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  • n  apparatus consisting of a box designed to maintain a constant temperature by the use of a thermostat; used for chicks or premature infants

  • Driven by the mantra of first-mover advantage, Internet incubator units are both nurturing and nudging their dotcom start-ups into the online marketplace at a frenetic pace.
  • The founder of idealab!, an incubator for Internet start-ups, has launched some 30 companies in the past three years.
  • Premature baby in an incubator.
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  • David Miliband in PRESS TV
    The British people understand the vital nature of the mission that's taking place in Afghanistan, and they know that Afghanistan was the incubator for global terrorism that struck with such deadly effect in September 2001,Foreign Secretary...
  • Douglas Brinkley in Forbes
    New Orleans is an incubator for all our nation's ills,said historian Douglas Brinkley, author of "The Great Deluge," a book about Katrina.
  • Rick Perry in
    The motion picture industry does much more than fill movie theaters with millions of people who love to hear a good story,Perry said in a prepared statement Thursday. "It creates jobs, builds the economy and serves as an incubator for the...

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