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Sentence count:53Posted:2016-09-20Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: scentadolescentscenescenerydescendscenarioacquiescenceobsolescenceMeaning: ['neɪsnt /'næsnt]  adj. being born or beginning. 
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31. But the way he expanded and expounded his ideas, and his popularisation of the nascent genre to a mainstream audience, make him an immense figure in science fiction.
32. was 21 and in the nascent stages of a career in finance that might verywell have segued into a career as an E.M.T.: that's how torn he was betweenmaking money and making people's lives better.
33. A sensitive and quantitative in vitro analysis method was established to detect the nascent RNAs stimulated by angiogenin using the nuclei isolated from human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVE).
34. Intermittent - Intermittent errors show up on an irregular basis and can be indicative of a nascent problem, such as when a hard disk logs a series of write errors, showing that the drive may fail.
35. Forever to his credit, US President Harry Truman recognized the nascent state of Israel within minutes of its declaration of independence.
36. A striver who had flourished in America's nascent meritocracy, Hoover put his faith in solutions that were principled, technocratic, and terribly insufficient to the time.
37. It is believed that the moon formed when the nascent Earth and Theia collided, sending materials out into space.
38. Santorum delivered his nascent stump speech to a partially empty hall, struggling to connect as he mixed a religious message—"America belongs to God"—with a muddled criticism of Obama.
39. Or degree, or will a certificate or nascent license be in love. enough?
40. China is one: Even if its nascent economic recovery falters, it will likely keep gobbling commodities.
41. Objective To establish a method to quantitatively assess melanosome transfer with incorporation of 14C- thiouracil (TU) into nascent melanin.
42. Most scientists agree that life went through a period when RNA was the head-honcho molecule, guiding life through its nascent stages.
43. This episode illustrates both the potential and the constraints of the EU's nascent foreign policy.
43. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
44. That slim book showed the Chinese intelligentsia and the nascent working class.
45. Still, even local recognition marks a step forward for China's nascent civil society groups.
46. While the American economy is still more than three times the size of China's, the nascent global recovery suggests that this long-anticipated change could arrive sooner than had been expected.
47. The fund management industry on the mainland is still at a nascent stage.
48. It did little to calm the nascent panic or stem the blue-shirted advance.
49. Another area where a nascent recovery had been called is the battered Macau casino sector.
50. "In a nascent market recovery, it has historically been the case that small-caps outperform their large-cap brothers," he said.
51. China's NIMBY movement has counted a string of successes for the country's nascent environmental movement.
52. Shipping firms loyal to the new Empire were awarded the most plum contracts, while the fiercely independent Baobabs had trouble currying favor with the nascent regime.
53. He leans forward, resting his elbows on his thighs. A few strands of nascent chest hair poke out of his character's unbuttoned, steel gray salaryman special.
More similar words: scentadolescentscenescenerydescendscenarioacquiescenceobsolescenceCent.centerper centaccentdecentrecentcenturycentralincentiverecentlycenturionpercentageaccentuateconcentrateconcentratingconcentrationconcentrate onfascinatingnastyin a senseas soon asentertainment
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