One reads: "Ideas seem to gestate
best in a void--when that void is filled it is more difficult to access them.
for 17 years, then emerge from the ground in search of nothing more than a little companionship, which they've got to find quickly, since they only live a couple weeks.
in popular culture and are born in everyday slang.
The idea began to seem less like a way to gestate
new enterprises and more like an incentive for businesses just outside the zone to avoid some taxes by moving a few blocks down the street.
In the simplest of surrogacy cases, an individual or couple (the contracting or intending parents)(21) contracts with a fertile woman (the surrogate mother) who agrees to be artificially inseminated, often with the contracting parent's sperm, to gestate
and deliver the fetus, and to terminate her parental rights at birth.
The embryonic gaur, dubbed "Noah," is also the first cloned animal to gestate
in the uterus of another species--an Iowa dairy cow named Bessie.
Nature (from the Latin nasci, meaning "to be born") is more a womb in which we gestate
than a divine creation to be subdued, more a home to be sustained than a resource to be exploited.
The Assured Produce Scheme which has been the core of much of the development work for ICM, has taken seven years to gestate
Simply take some sperm, find an unused womb and watch it gestate
The company expects to be profitable less than two and a half years after it was launched, well before current financial and industry analyst expectations to gestate
a dotcom company in three to five years or longer.