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Hearing of which, Colonel Cornwallis and incipient Halifax are much at a loss.
His eyes were ringed and bloodshot with fatigue, and with incipient snow-blindness.
She was not only crying, but she was showing symptoms of incipient hysteria.
I had an incipient revulsion from such a fate, and this seemed to me to indicate that moral stirrings were at work within me.
They are here; they are more than incipient, very much more; but they are not striking.
Mr. Daw showed no signs of resenting the incipient insolence; on the contrary, his voice took a kind and sympathising tone.
An incipient mustache was coming on his upper lip,—though he was not yet eighteen,—on which he bestowed some attention.
Perhaps these thoughts were occupying our minds as we climbed the bluffs for a visit to this incipient Pittsburg.
Incipient criminals usually started their infamous careers that way; you could read that in any book on penology.
These changes were so marked as to justify a diagnosis of incipient nephritis, or Brights disease.
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