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inception

[insep′shən]
Etymology: L, incipere, to begin
the origin or beginning of anything.

inception

(ĭn-sĕp′shŭn) [L. inceptio, taking in, beginning]
1. The beginning of anything.
2. Ingestion.
3. Intussusception.
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The overall objective of the inception review is to take stock on the follow up on the issues and processes still outstanding at the time of the Desk Appraisal (DA) and assess and review the extent to which the DAs recommendations have been addressed.
Inception Social, Inception Live, and Inception News are available with the same full feature set found in the traditional software versions, including a new MOS gateway designed specifically for the cloud.
Inception Mining's officers will retain management control of the combined company and Inception Mining will continue implementing operational changes and control over the Clavo Rico Operations.
It will see Inception Sciences and Bayer jointly carry out early research in the area of ophthalmology.
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The DVD contains exciting special features, including 4 Focus Points: The Inception ofInception - Christopher Nolan shapes his unusual concepts for "Inception"; The JapaneseCastle: The Dream is Collapsing - Creating and destroying the castle set; Constructing Paradoxical Architecture - Designing the staircase to nowhere & The Freight Train - Constructing the street-faring freight train
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Pataki said, "Stefan Pryor has helped lead the rebuilding efforts since the inception of the LMDC.
A financial instrument that embodies an unconditional obligation, or a financial instrument other than an outstanding share that embodies a conditional obligation, that the issuer must or may settle by issuing a variable number of its equity shares, if, at inception, the monetary value of the obligation is based solely or predominantly on any of the following:
Since the inception of the training program, the Robbery Section of the Suffolk County Police Department has recorded a dramatic increase in such reports from financial institutions.