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Curry has spent the past two years building out the nascent platform, tracking down brand partners, navigating accelerator programs, enticing users and pounding the pavement to find investors willing to bet on his vision.
Gig workers and their advocates are pushing ahead with efforts to organize, even as tech companies have moved quickly to push for Proposition 22 in other states and squash nascent union efforts.
The nascent Internet economy promised to bring us closer together.
Lincoln homed in on the banning of slavery’s expansion in the territories as the one issue around which his nascent Republican Party was “most likely to build a winning coalition.”
Market tremors caused by the pandemic ultimately will not counter long-term trends that have shown lower demand for wine as consumers become more health conscious and a nascent anti-alcohol movement gains prominence.
Those two carmakers and others are preparing to flood the nascent EV market with dozens of battery-powered models over the coming years.
Lichtman’s lab happens to be down the hall from mine, so on a recent afternoon, I meandered over to his office to ask him about the nascent field of connectomics and whether he thinks we’ll ever have a holistic understanding of the brain.
Regulatory scrutiny of the still-nascent cryptocurrency industry continues to be a variable for investors to consider.
There may be a nascent whisper of a warming trend — but still chilly — as we top out in the mid-30s to around 40.
Abandoning the consumer welfare standard could force companies to take into account income inequality and wages as well as the effect on small or nascent businesses.

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