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    1. After supper come the speeches, Lizzie Goulden speaks very well and amusingly about the Society and where it has been since its inception, saying that she hopes it will continue thriving for many years to come – you can see that she is used to being on a stage

    2. was unmistakable a familiar pain that dissipated almost as quickly as its inception,

    3. We were most disturbed at the initial discovery of its inception

    4. To the opening of inception

    5. It was like the astral jumps done in the movie Inception

    6. at their inception

    7. He knew how it had happened before, who had caused it to happen; the technology for the original device was still viewed as exotic, even two centuries after its inception

    8. Further, the concept of the mind-body dichotomy, a sort of ghost in the machine, is fallacious from its inception

    9. My question is: was he there during his inception? Shouldn"t we at least consider the words of his purported grandmother?

    10. Why, after trillions of dollars having (ostensibly) been spent on the poor from the inception of LBJ"s „Great Society) until the present day, are the poor still among us? Could it possibly be that the majority of that money went, not to help the intended recipients, but rather to build and maintain left-wing, bureaucratic social services empires? In other words, as a sixties book 127

    11. Since the inception of the new administration there had been a paradigm shift in the whole political system, it seemed

    12. L-Seven-Six surely understood the inception of this process

    13. Since the inception of time our world has never lacked for lawyers: its membership exceeding (all) the grains of sands in (all) the oceans multiplied by (all) the stars in the heavens

    14. Still, why was he being offered this now? Should he not refuse? What made the Patriarch so certain of his superiority? What was the true extent of his power? Why had he not crushed them at their inception while they were still a handful; weak, their organization still a dream, a footnote of history and legend brought back from oblivion, nothing but a speck against the power the Council held over all? He had to find out before he plunged in a path that may well damn him and all those who believed in him

    15. The theatre was famous since its inception for satirizing the foibles, excesses and stupidities of the government

    16. his left side had been watching the entire event from its inception

    17. But he has ensured that his life’s work will be completed through the skilled team he has developed since inception

    18. From its inception, the Followers of the Way incubated within and around larger more substantial cults

    19. ” Such skeptics felt the environmental movement, though noble in purpose at its inception, had in the past decade become overrun by Marxists

    20. inception for consumption via the Internet, as opposed to so-called or hyped cloud

    21. Aid fix to a design that was problematic from its inception

    22. its inception, the Amarillo EDC has worked

    23. From its inception the Supreme Court has carried out a steady, and increasingly intense, attack on the Constitution of the United States of America

    24. My father had taken me to his library when I first visited his home in Transylvania with him, shown me the layers and halls of books lining the walls, ranging from the inception of time to modern day discourse

    25. They are positioned at the inception of what The Daily Bell calls a new age of information that is “just beginning to bite

    26. inception of a whole slew of daydreams in my already overactive imagination

    27. Hence it took me one whole year with the AG office to get to II which I should have had from inception

    28. But Deception in its initial inception was a means of creation

    29. Since the inception of the Cold War, it has been the policy of the U

    30. The full story of the USSR inception, its reigning years, and its end is too long for inclusion here

    31. Since the inception of Medicare/Medicaid we have developed a unique medical

    32. Since its inception, the Innovation Council, which reports directly to the Coast Guard Chief of Staff, provides cross-programmatic

    33. The wake was held in the little Irish Club that he had been involved in from its inception, even volunteering during its construction

    34. The third school of therapy to be considered, the family systems approach, also reflects masculinist perspective and values in its inception and outlook

    35. At the inception of the current feminist movement in the early 1970s, the discovery,

    36. As I prepare to leave you, I would liberate you from all administrative responsibility which had its inception and authority in my presence as one among you

    37.  Lower trading commissions - Prior to the inception of ETFs, if you wanted to buy a basket of stocks within a particular industry sector, you had to pay a separate commission for each stock you wanted to

    38. Secularism had its inception as a rising protest against the almost complete domination of Western civilization by the institutionalized Christian church

    39. preserved pretty much unchanged from the time of its inception as a sailing and

    40. Council had met on a quarterly basis since its inception and

    41. the inception of the Republic

    42. They should have developed battery systems and solar cell manufacturing techniques already, since their inception, which we could actually use beneficially

    43. is a fairly new tactic that has reaped some incredible rewards since its inception in the late 90s’,

    44. Since the inception of the project – named ‘ Operation Spear’ - Ray Phillips as the Director of

    45. people involved in the initial FGM-148 Javelin project – from inception, to testing, to application

    46. such was the inception of his mutated directives

    47. To his surprise, surfacing was images, sounds, and more importantly “feelings” he had not felt since there inception

    48. However, from its inception the Luftwaffe was developed for an offensive strategy, to support the ground troops

    49. Henry, you have been following this story from its inception

    50. Forums, although not as widely used since the inception of social

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    Synonyms for "inception"

    inception origin origination beginning source derivation cause root root-stock whence

    "inception" definitions

    an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events