- n. Plural form of beginning.
“Earlier this month marked the 65th anniversary of what the dancer-turned-choreographer calls his beginnings as a dance maker.”
“Everyone likes to have an opinion and some of the most celebrated opinions are born from “vain beginnings and trivial causes” (WMDs anyone?).”
“Memoirs, which chronicles the philosopher's beginnings, is the sort of book one presses on (literate) young women in high school and college when they talk about their struggles to understand their place in the world.”
“That his emotions never escape from their beginnings is shown by the way in which, after projecting into him a hallucination of romantic identity with Julia, the regime makes sure that his early feelings return: 'Do it to Julia!”
“Yet this emphasis on new beginnings is also framed by the opening reference to "winter" -- the first of many references to the seasons, but also a reference that reinforces the poem's stress on endings, on the conclusions of natural cycles.”
“THE parable of the mustard-seed, of the great tree that grows from the smallest beginnings, is illustrated by many facts of common experience, and nowhere more than in the history of the beginning and progress of the associations among women, which have come to play so important a part in the development of American society.”
“(SOUNDBITE) Diane von Furstenberg, fashion designer, saying (English): Today, the collection is called 'beginnings' and it's all about hope and optimism, and beauty and color.”
“That the glory of their house, from very small beginnings, is increased greatly, which naturally makes men haughty, insolent, and imperious, Ps.v. 16.”
“At the same time, stock markets around the world have experienced a recent rally that some economic pundits characterize as the beginnings of a recovery but could turn around quickly with bad news, he said.”
“Moblogging’s current humble beginnings is based on the increasing adoption of wireless imaging.”
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