youth, early days(noun)
an early period of development
"during the youth of the project"
A time too soon to make a decision or come to a conclusion.
The initial period of an innovation
Initial stages of a project.
Early Days is Beth Hirsch's first album, released on June 2000.
The numerical value of early days in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of early days in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
China is big, so it's not just about going into Beijing and Shanghai, for the private sector, these are very early days. We feel it's a good thing for us to come in now.
As oil enters a new trading range, we think the opportunities in Canadian equities this year will potentially be in oil and gas stocks, we're in the early days of turning positive on the energy sector.
Friendship is like a tree; it needs care in early days when it's a small plant and when it grows to a size of a tree, it is there for you for a lifetime. Sadly, many plants face an unnatural, abrupt, and painful death.
It's very early days in applying that technology to create alternative strategies. It is growing fast but it's growing fast from a very small base, once you move away from a long-only, unlevered portfolio to using derivatives and leverage in a strategy, you are absolutely introducing additional risks that need to be managed.
If well designed, the AIIB could play a key role in helping to address the region's acute infrastructure needs. In order to do this we will need a strong and well governed AIIB, it is early days for the AIIB, but China has made strong progress on governance so far. The proposed governance arrangements will be modeled on international best practice.
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