incipiency


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On "incipiency" in merger policy, see Hovenkamp, supra note 112, at 1, 3.
Incipiency also places weight on concerns about the potential effects from subsequent mergers in response to this one.
Firstly, the generic incipiency of afternoon programming--after its hiatus in the 1960s--provided a televisual space that was non-formulaic; its 'untidiness' allowed for editorial freedom, experimentation and diversity.
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.
"incipiency" problem is not unique to innovation; it raises
policy of thwarting such practices in their incipiency would be
happy gardening memories, a sense of hopeful incipiency they could
The traitors of the South committed a very grave error, when, because a few northern office-holders held sympathy for them, in the incipiency [beginning] and even more progressive stages of the rebellion, they supposed the North could be divided against itself, and thus fall an easy prey to their rapacious [taking by force] villainy.
Department of Defense, it makes sense that the internet would be Anglo-centric in language and structure in its incipiency. See, e.g., BARRY M.
would probably be able to help interpret some of the influences active in its incipiency, growth, and death".
For example, the New Jersey Board of Control stated that they were "glad to inform other reading-circles of its successes and methods in reciprocation for information kindly sent when their organization was in its incipiency" (Meleny 1887, 62).
The Scotch-Irish, from the incipiency of the race, were engaged with the stern realities of life.