nascence


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na·scence

 (nā′səns, năs′əns)
n.
A coming into being; a beginning: "The home market for grains, beef, and truck crops that developed directly out of the mining economy was the nascence of California agriculture" (Julie Guthman). See Synonyms at beginning.
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Noun1.nascence - the event of being bornnascence - the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child"
alteration, change, modification - an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; "the change was intended to increase sales"; "this storm is certainly a change for the worse"; "the neighborhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago"
delivery - the event of giving birth; "she had a difficult delivery"
live birth - the birth of a living fetus (regardless of the length of gestation)
posthumous birth - birth of a child by Caesarean section after the death of the mother
posthumous birth - birth of a child after the father has died
rebirth, reincarnation, renascence - a second or new birth

nascence

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The initial stage of a developmental process:
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The biggest challenge for component vendors is the high barrier of entry due to the nascence of the market and the complexity of the technology.
Ultimately, OEMs competence in surviving market nascence, building partnerships, engaging customers and structuring business models to include healthcare elements will separate the innovators from the also-rans, noted Barua.
c, MALDI spectra shows clear baseline indicating nascence absence of any other nanoparticles or detectable impurities.
It used Reddit in its nascence, and Plaza Podemos, a website used for grassroots debate amongst members of the movement, attracts between 10,000 and 20,000 daily visitors.
Given the nascence of the topic, we adopt an exploratory research approach.
It's a staggering number, and somehow I doubt that many more future Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniaks were working on PCs in the nascence of that industry.
The introduction of new technological capabilities will have as fundamental a part to play now as did the emergence of heavy engineering in the mid-20th century and the nascence of microelectronics and IT after the 1970s.
4) In the nascence of our republic, the framers of the Federal Constitution viewed the states as the primary protectors of fundamental rights, such as equal protection under the law.
African Americans, having endured the blessing and curse of freedom, as ushered in by emancipation and Reconstruction's failure, continued to develop within their own unique American nascence.
See Jean Armour Polly, Birth of a Metaphor--The Nascence of Surfing the Internet, Netmom.
3) If her Victorian-era prose sets Costello apart as especially self-assured and intellectually vivacious, as Lyle claims, then these qualities have their nascence in Costello's Regency-era debut volume, The Maid of the Cyprus Isle (1815), or, more precisely, in a triptych of topical companion poems--"On Reading the Account of the Battle of Waterloo," "Verses, on the Picture of the King of Rome, Holding Violets," and "Napoleon, on his Residence in St.