nascency


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Related to nascency: roguishly, insouciantly
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She connects the nascency of her album, "Brujalicious," with her work as a teacher in urban youth centers.
However, despite the relative nascency of Midwest Proton to the heartland, I have been very impressed with the appropriateness of the referrals that physicians in the Midwest are giving.
In short, IO lessons at present have little or no substantial operational value to their recipients--a situation that one can attribute to the nascency of Air Force IO itself.
On a walk returning from yet one more meeting with a storyteller, Richler ruminates on how dramatically the city has changed in the 30 years since the days of Toronto the Good and since the nascency of CanLit as we have come to know it.