incipience


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the act or process of bringing or being brought into existence

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From their incipience, technical flaws surfaced that hindered most from applying even though billions had been spent to provide a seamless experience applying for health insurance in cyberspace.
This contradiction causes the culture of writing decline in the informal computer communication and identifies the incipience of specific graphical means of expression in virtual discourse, imitating the paralinguistic features and possibilities of oral speech.
This paper is a study of the latter and the debates that arose on the nature of God's creative agency, which were inspired by the doctrine of the perpetual incipience of the cosmos (huduth dahri).
This is symptomatic of the bishops' discursive mode: miraculousness suggests that the more mundane process involved in the Prince of Wales's training and education, his coming to maturity over time in a particular context, will be suppressed in favor of the notion of dramatic incipience, a useful rhetoric in the rationalizing of policies.
the incipience of an unforeseeably new present within the existing present.
10) And in the same written breath, this dread is diminished by exaltation, by the incipience of overcoming, by a new openness, 'a new dawn', in which 'our heart overflows with gratitude, amazement, forebodings, expectation .
136) The Sixth Circuit noted Congress saw dilution as something requiring "action at its incipience to prevent harm.
Depending on the dose given, serotonin caused either a delay in the incipience of moult or a decrease in the percentage of moulting individuals.
In the incipience of the nation state, as governments gained economic interests in aviation and agribusiness, the weather became a department of government.
Another way to capture some of the motivating spirit of Fakhr al-Din al-Razi's intellectual investigations is by citing his own conclusion to volume four of his kalam work, al-Matalib al-'Aliyyah, after a four hundred-page long debate with the various parties of the philosophers and theologians over the problem of the incipience (huduth) versus the eternity (qidam) of the world (al-'alam):
Therefore, in terms of this premise, psi is the initial stage of the incipience of experience.