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fledgling

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a young bird that has just fledged
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Outside companies--or external incubators--often offer the following types of support services for fledgling e-commerce entities:
More recently, he established the David Swit Endowment, which underwrites two fledgling, independent NPA members to receive free registration to the annual June conference.
As such, Neimeyer shows, the fledgling American military was less an enlightened example of egalitarian and principled self-sacrifice than a product of the social structure of the equally fledgling nation that it defended.
Pamela Iovino, director of the museum, notes that the fledgling organization is still looking for additional sponsors and donations of artifacts.
OGDEN, Utah -- E STATION Incubator to Help Transport Fledgling Businesses to Success, in Tradition of Former Greyhound Bus Depot, Established 65 Years Ago to the Day
307-308) that there were "no other reports" about post-fledging biology in Grasshopper Sparrows, and our paper was the "first quantitative report on fledgling activity in a migratory emberizine .
Following the announcement on 15 February 2013, the board of Directors (the "Board") of Henderson Fledgling Trust PLC (the "Company" or "HFT") is pleased to confirm the appointment of Miton Capital Partners Limited as investment manager to the Company, with effect from today.
Take your cat indoors if a fledgling is in the garden, until its parents lead it away.
While monitoring breeding success of the endangered least Bell's vireo (Vireo bellii pusillus) along the San Luis Rey River in northern San Diego County, California, I observed a nest predation involving a California kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) and two fledgling vireos.
Tonight, with a little help from Peter Snow, we hear how (but not why) Britain's fledgling space programme was cancelled in the 70s - at the precise moment that a British rocket was putting its very first satellite in space.
Scrutinizing both the well-known aspects of Jones' life, such as his stunning military victories and his tireless advocacy of naval power, and lesser-known aspects such as his relationship with civilian leaders like Benjamin Franklin, which in turn set precedents for a fledgling nation's concept of civilian control of the military.
From the superstars like Mary Pickford, Theda Bara, and Francis Marion, to the anonymous and largely forgotten who moved the fledgling cinema from the silent era into the age of sound, this is a seminal work of remarkable scholarship that also includes appendices of female child stars.