Similarly, much of the policy rhetoric coming from Washington focuses on fears of incipient inflation that have yet to pan out.
He was a prime mover behind the Saudi military intervention in Bahrain a year ago to smash an incipient Shia reform movement.
At a dinner with journalists, hedge-fund manager George Soros spoke of an “incipient war in currencies.”
“We are all ready,” he said, with the mixture of hospitality and incipient lethalness that one finds here.
It seems inarguable that the donation has something to do with the incipient arrival of the unflattering film.
They sang, and their voices were heavy with wine, passion and incipient catarrh.
As such, they are associated with incipient centralized authority.
The halos do not, in cases of incipient storm condensation, always appear.
There was poetry in it, however, even on the brow of an incipient apothecary.
The air is exquisitely pure and clear, and has proved beneficial in many hundreds of cases of incipient consumption.