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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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aureus showed average results for absorbance of Cd(II) at pH 4, but the absorbance capacity increased with increase in incubatory period.
During their long incubatory years in prison the Number mutated and eventually the 27s emerged as the soldiers, the killers, and the defenders of all of the Number gangs.
However, before such a patient or groups of patients reach the main and possibly the only hospital in the area, the incubatory period has matured, and contact with other family care givers has already occurred.
The incubatory role played by Saudi Arabia and the Wahhabite sect in fostering Islamic extremism is well documented.
Indeed, a litany of indicators suggest that we are rapidly entering the incubatory stage of a technological revolution, a transformation clearly evidenced by the exponential growth of computer and communications technologies, genetically engineered crops, the manipulation of human, plant and animal genomes, and dramatic advances in biomedical research.
The nineteenth century was not simply a transitional or incubatory period during which colonial writers produced a belated, secondary body of work in imitation of the superior metropolitan culture of the homeland, a culture that many hoped to replicate or perhaps even improve in the outposts of Empire.
Other services offered by the portal and the Reach4 web sites include regional recruitment and career services, an online investment exchange and a business incubatory service for entrepreneurs.
In Greek, KRISIS means the ultimate evolution of a long incubatory process where a decision has to be made; in Chinese, the word crisis, WEI JI, combines the notion of threat and opportunity.