Inception

  • (noun): An event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events.
    Synonyms: origin, origination

Some articles on inception:

Əkoostik Hookah - Members
... Dave Katz - vocals/keyboards/acoustic guitar (member inception-present) Steve Sweney - lead guitar (member inception-present) Eric Lanese - drums/vocals (member 1993–pr ...
Silverton Tramway - History - Inception
... Once opened, major traffic on the line included passengers, livestock, bullion, ore and concentrates ... In 1913, 844,477 tons of ore and concentrates were carried on the tramway and another 843,307 tons of other goods including coke, coal, timber, crude oil and livestock, and by 1933 twenty steam locomotives were owned by the company, along with 660 goods wagons ...
Mel Wesson
... On the Inception premiere in Hollywood, Mel and Hans designed an out-door sound installation using the atmosphere and soundscapes from the movie itself ... own words "Hans wanted the audience to remain within the Inception dreamscape as they left the LA Inception Premiere ... of ambience from the movie, together with a few well chosen FX from Inception sound designer Richard King." ...
Cultivator No. 6 - Inception
... Britain despatched an expeditionary force to France where they took up positions on the northernmost portion of the French border with Belgium ... A line of fortifications known as the Maginot Line helped to defend France's border with Germany and much of the allies' effort went into extending these defences to the north ...
List Of Educational Institutions In Nagpur - Engineering Colleges in Nagpur
... Laxminarayan Institute of Technology (LIT) (Inception Year 1942) Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) (Inception Year 1960) Rajiv Gandhi ... of Engineering and Technology(SVPCET) (Inception Year 2004)SVPCET ...

Famous quotes containing the word inception:

    ... when one reflects on the books one never has written, and never may, though their schedules lie in the beautiful chirography which marks the inception of an unexpressed thought upon the pages of one’s notebook, one is aware, of any given idea, that the chances are against its ever being offered to one’s dearest readers.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)

    Most of us don’t have mothers who blazed a trail for us—at least, not all the way. Coming of age before or during the inception of the women’s movement, whether as working parents or homemakers, whether married or divorced, our mothers faced conundrums—what should they be? how should they act?—that became our uncertainties.
    Anne Roiphe (20th century)