Synonym: origin, origination. Similar words: conception, perception, exception, reception, deceptive, concept, acceptance, option. Meaning: [ɪn'sepʃn] n. an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events.
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1. Julia's worked for that company from its inception.
2. The programme has been successful since its inception.
3. Since its inception the company has produced 53 different aircraft designs.
4. Since its inception in 1968, the company has been at the forefront of computer development.
5. The club has grown rapidly since its inception in 1990.
6. Fairness was a cynical exercise at its inception.
7. Private Eye's inception had drawn on other foreign influences.
8. Within a few years of its inception, the charity was involved in aid projects all around the world.
9. Development and international aid are frequently misguided in inception, disastrous in execution and catastrophic for the local people.
10. Not long after their inception, the welfare programs were under attack.
11. The International Wine Challenge has grown since its inception in 1984 to become the world's largest and most respected wine competition.
12. But from its inception, it was clear this investigation would be limited and sanitized.
13. The recovery had been, though slow, from its inception, fairly steady.
14. Since the Community's inception under the treaty of Rome in 1957, mutual self-interest has been the driving force behind it.
15. The Sunday Chronicle contained sports reports from its inception in 1885.
16. This is often a legacy of historic inception, piecemeal development, and political expediency.
17. He had been director of the project since its inception.
18. His most important legacy to meteorology was as secretary of the International Meteorological Committee from its inception in 1874 until 1900.
19. The Smiths had wanted to work with Sandie Shaw since their inception.
20. In this particular case it would be gradually, over 25 years from the date of inception.
21. This project aims to examine changes in alcohol treatment policy from the inception of the National Health Service to the 1980's.
22. And Dole is on record opposing the Medicare concept from its inception.
23. Also through mid-December,(http://sentencedict.com/inception.html) Wasatch Micro-Cap Fund was up 35 % since its June inception.
24. It has raised $ 9 million for campus programs since its inception.
25. It helps that both bands have been receiving critical accolades since their inception, and album sales for each have been solid.
26. This year we are producing further information on all research projects licensed since our inception.
27. The firm has received a total of $ 470, 000 from the trust since its inception in June 1994.
28. The lunches, which feature good food, wine and wit, have been a notable success since their inception in 1991.
29. Harvard Securities organised a surprise raid on the premises of Tudorbury's new sharedealing floor shortly after its inception.
30. I was surprised, very surprised, because Rob was involved with this project from the inception.
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