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  • v. Present participle of incubate.

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  • That's what Allen calls incubating it - a mindful process that frees your mind far more than a stash folder can.

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  • They tested whether 'incubating' a problem allowed a flash of insight, and found it did, especially when people entered a phase of sleep known as REM.

    Archive 2009-06-07

  • Strictly speaking, the word 'incubating' means that and nothing else.

    The Life of the Spider

  • On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 12: 40 PM, Jochen Wiedmann wrote: Hi, having just published a release of Apache RAT with the "- incubating" label, I'd though it is time to discuss the future of RAT.

    general@incubator.apache.org Archives

  • Hi, having just published a release of Apache RAT with the "- incubating" label, I'd though it is time to discuss the future of RAT.

    general@incubator.apache.org Archives

  • The Group focuses on "incubating" internal ideas in the technology sector, and also accepts unsolicited business plans for seed-stage companies which the Group hopes to be able to help with financing and providing innovation to the public.

    Latest News from SYS-CON ITALIA

  • Griffin -- who said industry giant Warner Music Group is "incubating" Choruss during its development -- addressed mounting criticism of the Choruss model during the EDUCAUSE webinar, assuring participants that the nonprofit's plans don't include instituting a standard fee on every American campus.

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  • "- incubating" label, I'd though it is time to discuss the future of RAT.

    general@incubator.apache.org Archives

  • Being at the business plan competition -- sponsored by the New York Stock Exchange -- reminded me of the power of the business idea and what can be created with persistence and hard work, and the importance of incubating and facilitating the development of the ideas of young people to solve economic problems.

    Christine Poorman: New York Stock Exchange Supports Youth Entrepreneurship in China

  • One thing we can be sure of -- the music industry is both relying on audience participation and democratic choice to find stars that stick, but they will also be getting pickier and Trickier? as they look for pop stars to go the distance and bring bang for the buck they will spend incubating, marketing and finally producing for us, the waiting public, the next voice to shake us down and wake us up.

    Philippa Young: Pop Goes Sweden

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