Nascent state


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(Chem.) the fleeting or momentary state of an uncombined atom or radical just separated from one compound, and not yet united with another, - a hypothetical condition implying peculiarly active chemical properties; as, hydrogen in the nascent state is a strong reducer.
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The understanding of Blockchain's impact in our industry is at a very nascent state," said Vava Dimond, Chief Information Officer of Hub Group.
The shift meant Chicago, then an unincorporated backwater, became part of the nascent state with a port on the Great Lakes.
This reflected a picture of Israel that was prevalent in America, [where] Jews of the nascent state were heroes and the Arabs were treacherous, dangerous characters.
The electric vehicle industry is currently in a nascent state and might be impacted heavily by the lack of a federal incentive, even though states such as New York and California offer customers state tax credits.
The Prime Minister said after Quad-e-Azam's demise, Liaquat Ali Khan's leadership played a critical role in strengthening the nascent state, which was beset by numerous predicaments, including bitter hostility from India.
After Quaid's demise, his leadership played a critical role in strengthening the nascent state, which was beset by numerous predicaments, including bitter hostility from India, he added.
Amir and his family had just come to the nascent state of Israel from Iraq and were placed in a ma'abara, a refugee absorption or transition camp.
But the Palestinians, impoverished still and traumatized, may have even more to gain from an Arab embrace: aid and investment for their nascent state, and improvements in the lot of Palestinians who across the region are oppressed in various ways.
Given the nascent state of millimeter-wave technology, do not implement a unified performance requirement; rather, establish multiple objectively-quantifiable paths.
The new issues or problems in which the nascent state was involved were settlement of millions of refugees from India, stoppage of water from headworks in Ferozepur which were wrongly given to India, Indian access to Kashmir by giving three tehsils of Gurdaspur district in the Western Punjab, Pakhtoonistan Stunt, etc.
These interludes help carry the theme of the nascent state building of Native groups, of the relationship between slavery and bondage (practiced by both Natives and whites), the role of climate change in shifting polities, and the influence of horses in the transition from trading to raiding in the latter years.
Mohamed said the two sides had , in particular, reaffirmed the need to do their best to prevent the nascent state of South Sudan from collapse.