- n. Plural form of intro.
“While I usually write a lot in intros to clips, all you need to know is this animated sex scene is absolutely NOT SAFE FOR WORK and as YouTube posted, “may not be suitable for minors.””
“It won't include the intros from the trades, but we do have a new one from Dave Gibbons ...”
“Well folks, I concede that this may be overly self-referential, but I thought it might be interesting to point out that while MTV was busy posting video intros from the Fred Claus elves:”
“7: 42 Elokin intros Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, queer mixed Sri Lankan high femme powerhouse.”
“Hopefully this situation continues to improve so at least the majority of the 300-word intros you get are digestible.”
“Ajit: There is a lot of chatter about a new feature called intros and outros, would you like to talk about that?”
“July 8, 2008 -- 1Password intros instant logins from in-browser bookmark window”
““WHEN WE COME BACK” [This phrase intros a teaser which needs to include either an unsolved mystery or the beginning of some dynamic story whose ending when we do come back may be generally a disappointment (but that’s ok since you’ve watched the intervening commercials).] 8.”
“These pointless "intros" only serve to frustrate anyone trying to get to content or start an application.”
“If there are intros/outros for amything, that won't figure into the time-banding.”
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