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incubate

verb appear, arise, become distinct, breed, develop, give form to, grow, materialize, mature, nurture, produce, take form
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Because mesothelioma takes so long to incubate, the new study urges anyone who was exposed to asbestos and is experiencing troubling health symptoms to visit a doctor immediately.
Music radio incubates interesting personalities because, Michaels says, it's a place where ``people who are passionate have to play a few records to maintain the illusion they're on a music (rather than talk) format.
So far, the Incubate Miami program has been successful in helping 13 graduating companies raise close to $2.
The male rhea builds a nest, which the female lays her eggs in, before the male returns to incubate them and care for the young.
We have been looking at some very strong candidates to incubate in this space, and we feel strongly that we will be able to help the environment and our investors by incubating green-power companies this year," states KCMH CEO, Donald Klein.
I was looking for Bustopher and found him sitting on the eggs, obviously trying to incubate them," she said.
Incubate or bust Bird eggs can catch infections through their shells, and parent birds start incubating their eggs as soon as possible to reduce that risk (164: 189).