incipiency


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the act or process of bringing or being brought into existence

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They may not amplify past the point of incipiency, they may be captured, or simply fail to take and subside back into the field of bare activity from which they came, but still their difference cannot not have been felt at some level, in some way.
policy of thwarting such practices in their incipiency would be
Back channels revisited: Acknowledgement tokens and speakership incipiency.
Though such matches frequently fail either in incipiency or down the line when disclosure occurs, please be aware that in myriad other cases mixed--orientation couples construct sublimely happy lives together despite the apparent challenges.
Herein Kingsley implicitly registers a fear that without a moral bond, wage payment would stimulate Coolie middle-class incipiency, loss of planter control over labour and a decline in plantation prosperity--i.
The Court on that basis held the FTC was not required to present proof that the arrangement substantially lessened competition, and further explained that the FTC Act empowered the FTC to arrest trade restraints in their incipiency before they became "outright violation[s]" of the other antitrust laws.
The same is true of certain kinds of contracts -- tie-in sales, exclusive dealing contracts -- where the statute talks about incipiency, rather than actual, completed anti-competitive effects.
Conrad, who along with James penned his tale at the incipiency of the Modernist period, indeed integrates in the text a "thematics of absence," as well as a pervasive nebulousness.
37) The principle distinction between the two is that the Sherman Act makes illegal monopolies and agreements in restraint of trade that have already manifested themselves fully, while the Clayton Act serves to strike down discriminatory and anti-competitive practices at their incipiency, before they have had the opportunity to reach the dimensions of Sherman Act violations.
They provide a wealth of detail outlining the incipiency stage, which encompasses the early period through the passage of Social Security.
Although the incidence of default in the GSL program has continuously grown since its incipiency, little empirical research has analyzed which factors contribute to this high rate of default.
United States(32) interpreted section 7 as a barrier against "the rising tide of economic concentration" in American industry that applied even "when the trend to a lessening of competition in a line of commerce was still in its incipiency.
In the Von's Grocery Case, the Supreme Court further extended the scope of the incipiency doctrine by applying it to industries in which single-owner firms were declining in number.
the horns in their incipiency were not directly adaptive.
The major shortcoming of the book is the incipiency of the SDPC model.