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Her research was still at the embryonic stage where she had to accumulate information before she could begin to formulate theories. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Because of that, the viral DNA is promoted only during embryonic development. MINUTES TO BURN (2002)
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British English: embryonic ADJECTIVE
An embryonic process, idea, organization, or organism is one at a very early stage in its development.
...Romania's embryonic democracy.
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