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.
Within the dense plant, am no fewer than twenty-five distinct soundings, these are including: the way that destroys (vork), the way that feeds (zvuch), the scraping of work to be done (chayusch), the predation of large cat (mngao), and the incipience or continuation of argumentation (chasto-chup), among the other.
As China adopted the Russian legal system at its incipience, the legal systems in the two countries have much in common.
From George Herriman's Krazy Kat to Art Speigelman's Maus, from the animal-human preoccupations of superheroes like Spiderman and Batman to webcomics variations on the 'funny animal' genre in Kean Soo's "Jellaby" and Chris Baldwin's "Little Dee"--comics have theorized the animal by performing it since their incipience and contemporary productions show no signs of flagging in this regard.
At the incipience of my ceramic creative experiment, which formally took off in 1977 in my student days, I was inoculated by the Uli vaccine.
In The Woodlanders the buoyant feeling of incipience from romanticism's insurgent quest has become passionless, even posthumous; a stricken sense of historical severance underscored by Hardy's macabre somatic imagery when evoking the inmost recesses of Little Hintock: rotten "trunks with spreading roots" have "mossed rinds" which resemble "hands wearing green gloves"; on the truncated limbs of "old elms and ashes" huge "lobes of fungi grew like lungs".
One of the less discussed aspects of the Nazi regime, in both incipience and aftermath, is its lasting imprint on many Jews' sense of physical self-image.
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).
The incipience of a framework of disposition development originated from a discussion of one teacher candidate's journal entries.
The much-discussed incipience of the psychoanalytic in the Gothic is thus more fully explained and richly complicated, even as it is reaffirmed, in this book.
The micro and the macro, in this way, are not antithetical but complementary, the below-the-threshold abundance of one feeding into the large-scale incipience of the other.
In her book The Subject of Coexistence: Otherness in International Relations Louiza Odysseos builds on these themes of the political application of the ethical return to the Other, the problem of the Third, and the issues of incipience, contingency, heteronomy and critical responsiveness.
And so it is a play that in the common imagination engages ideas both of the culmination of the Shakespearean canon and of the incipience of America.
And continuing to unearth her gender discourse will perhaps secure Gellhorn greater notice within the canon of modern-American fiction, stock the dearth of critical attention afforded to Gellhorn's war novel since its incipience, and liberate the author and her work from the immense shadow imposed by Hemingway's celebrity.