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groundbreakings

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of groundbreaking.

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Examples

  • It's a shame, but many stick to public functions of a much different nature, such as groundbreakings for significant projects in their district.

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  • It was still unclear if Kate, a college graduate who might wish to pursue a career of her own, would be happy to give up her own identity for a life of groundbreakings, tree plantings, wreath layings, ribbon cuttings, and endless walkabouts.

    William and Kate

  • ÂThey also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

  • It was still unclear if Kate, a college graduate who might wish to pursue a career of her own, would be happy to give up her own identity for a life of groundbreakings, tree plantings, wreath layings, ribbon cuttings, and endless walkabouts.

    William and Kate

  • They also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

  • ÂThey also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

  • New-home sales are less than a quarter of their peak six years ago, and groundbreakings for single-family homes in October were down from a year earlier.

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  • They also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

  • They also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

  • ÂThey also provide opportunities for groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings, and whatever intermediate celebrations can be squeezed out of a capital project.

    Henry J. Stern: Paradise Lost

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