- Abbreviated from introduction, from Latin, ultimately a compound from intrō ("I enter") – the abbreviation removes the second part of the compound, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₁énteros (“inner, what is inside”). The demoscene sense comes from the fact that they were originally prepended to pirated copies of computer games. (Wiktionary)
“A little friendly critique, Tee – 1. the intro is a lot of unnecessary noise, and tends to put one off.”
“The film will premiere at the festival (and we'll be bringing you the exclusive trailer when it does), but for now we've got an exclusive clip of this bromantic comedy and an intro from the director herself.”
“Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie offers a new introduction, calling this stage in Hellboy's career "the turning point, in every way," and director Guillermo Del Toro's intro is republished here as well.”
“Reminds me of the intro from a short-lived TV series called New Amsterdam (which is on Hulu), where the guy takes a shot of Times Square every year for the hundreds of years he has lived.”
“The intro is a far cry from typical "Simpsons" fare and features some very disturbing commentary, including a dying unicorn enslaved to punch holes in the middle of "Simpsons" DVDs.”
“Got you book today from Amazon and the intro is spot on!”
“Anyway this long boring intro is leading up to my story for today, which revolves around another feature of Hansen and Quinn: they include passages from actual Greek texts at the back of each chapter so that you can practice with real Greek writing.”
“The instrumental score in the intro is really kind of breath-taking.”
“I've talked so much and so highly about Wall-E over the last few months, that I think this intro is best left to Rotten Tomatoes.”
“Pity they show a preview while the nice song intro is playing.”
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With focus on non-classical styles, but not excluding terms of the latter.
As an ESL (English as a second language) learner, I think this sort of list would be most utile.
Words created by removing the end of a longer or original word. See also Fun with Aphesis.
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