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The term '''"Incipient"''' is used for [[SCA]] [[group]]s that have met the criteria to be recognized as a [[branch]], but which have not yet been granted "official" status. When a new group forms, it often becomes incipient as a trial run before assuming full group responsibilities.
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The term '''"Incipient"''' is used for [[SCA]] [[group]]s that have met the criteria to be recognized as a branch, but which have not yet been granted "official" status. When a new group forms, it often becomes incipient as a trial run before assuming full group responsibilities.

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The term "Incipient" is used for SCA groups that have met the criteria to be recognized as a branch, but which have not yet been granted "official" status. When a new group forms, it often becomes incipient as a trial run before assuming full group responsibilities.