- v. present participle of introduce.
“For instance, the title introducing Caiaphas in the road show version was “The High Priest CAIAPHAS—who cared more for Revenue than for Religion—and saw in Jesus a menace to his rich profits from the Temple.””
“I was always a local BBS and GEnie guy, but there's no doubting the power and influence of Compuserve in introducing the idea of networked communications to a generation, and proving the business-case for commercial online activity:”
“If you and your family only speak one language, begin introducing a new language with bilingual music CDs and DVDs when appropriate.”
“Yasmin's is known there for her commercials commissioned by Singapore's Community Development, Youth and Sports Ministry - one entitled Funeral, and the other Red Shoes - both of which focussed on family ties. erictbk, from Singapore, in introducing the YouTube videos he posted on his blog featuring his favourite pieces by Yasmin, said:”
“I had no grand plan in introducing Jane Eyre and other titles into The Thirteenth Tale.”
“Obama, in introducing the members of Congress in attendance, called Grayson – along with Florida Reps.”
“Also will help in introducing new technologies to the business as they evolve.”
“In adopting a semantic organisation, Strategies was instrumental in introducing the ‘communicative approach’ to a generation of teachers (including myself) who had been formed during the late-audiolingual era.”
“Many critics (including myself) were wooed by the audacity and originality, and the high quality of acting and writing, on Lone Star, while understanding Fox was taking a huge risk in introducing a character playing such a long con — not just on everyday Americans he (and his dad) are bilking of money, but also on two women he professed to love.”
“The Superman show, however, really opened up the the DCU in introducing Justice League members (The Flash) and science fiction concepts like the Legion of Super-Heroes and the GL Corps.”
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