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“By acquiring Plaid, Visa would eliminate a nascent competitive threat that would likely result in substantial savings and more innovative online debit services for merchants and consumers,” DOJ argued.

The idea is still somewhat nascent, so there are several different models for creating VPPs.

Their decline reflects growing concern that the nascent economic recovery could stumble.

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In Alabama, meanwhile, when Adia Winfrey was exploring a 2018 run for Congress, a senior party official told her there was “no point” continuing with her nascent campaign.

There are nascent efforts to fund ambitious changes to civics education and give it the prominence in school that its supporters say is crucial for the health of American democracy.

The very nascency of a fresh objective was accompanied by and crowded with new hints for himself and his problems.

For one truth-process completed there are a million in our lives that function in this state of nascency.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nascency, such as: beginning, commencement, dawn, dawning, emergence, and fountainhead.

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