Initial [adjective]

Definition of Initial:

beginning, primary

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Sentence/Example of Initial:

However, going beyond these monetization efforts “isn’t the initial focus” of Verify’s roll-out, Ostrow said.

The initial reaction to Mori’s outburst among Japan’s elderly, conservative male elite was to brush off the outrage.

An initial project I’m looking into involves sensitive questions for specific groups.

Instead, the Housing Commission decided it should seek data to support the research project since the consultants that responded to the initial request didn’t have utility data the agency decided it wanted to use – and getting it would take a while.

The initial alerts came to the attention of the Lincoln Project in early August in the form of inquiries about Weaver from the New York Post.

According to the report, the two sides “are working through some initial disagreement” about how to handle the issue.

Twitter CTO Parag Agrawal said in a written statement that the company’s initial partnership was successful and led to enhanced productivity on the part of its engineering teams.

Julien Poirier, the company’s chief operating officer, says that the initial prototype came out of the Iguana shipyard in 2011, and the first boat was sold two years later.

It’s certainly likely that if you plateau in one program then switch to another, you’ll see rapid initial progress in the new routine’s specific movements and challenges.

Scientists say determining how and when the initial leap occurred in the case of SARS-CoV-2 is vital to preventing a recurrence of this disease and mitigating similar outbreaks in the future.