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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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New Delhi [India], Oct 24 ( ANI ): Cyrus Mistry, former chairman of Tata Group, on Wednesday announced the formation of Mistry Ventures LLP, which is aimed at providing strategic insights and advice to businesses, incubate new ventures and provide seed, early stage and growth capital to startups in India and globally.
Unlike brood parasites that lay eggs in other birds' nests but provide no parental care, nest usurpers incubate their eggs in the nests of other birds (Lindell, 1996).
If you already have a laying flock and one of your hens becomes broody, she can incubate her own eggs.
SCCI has launched its Incubate Business Programme in February for the purpose of providing a start-up stage for initiatives to strengthen entrepreneurship and accommodating creative innovators and entrepreneurs, who possess creative ideas, empowering them to achieve their visions, transform their insights to distinct hands-on projects for sustainable development and to contribute in know-how knowledge-based economy.
Her urge to incubate was more pressing than fearing us or for the new location of eggs in a dry place.
Humboldt penguins pair for life and will lay eggs in the same nesting boxes year-on-year, with both the male and female taking it in turns to incubate eggs for between 40-42 days, as well as sharing food-finding duties when the chick is born.
32 of the samples (Groups 1-8) went into a headspace oven at 1:00 pm on December 31, 2008 to incubate at 50[degrees]C.
P enguins usually lay a clutch of two eggs and the parents take it in turns to incubate the eggs for around 40 days.
"We are a non-profit organization, but we are looking to incubate for-profit businesses that are able to do a lot of business in the South Bronx," Friella said.