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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inaugurate.


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  • The world elsewhere that anger inaugurates is thus, like Milton's Hell, a scene of punishment transformed into a kingdom.

    Romantic Anger and Byron

  • For the rest, "inaugurates" is improperly used, and "naggy" (лошадка) is another of those dictionary words which can only appear grotesque.

    The Strange Case of Pushkin and Nabokov

  • An astounding exhibition comprising seven large late interiors and 20 smaller paintings and works on paper spanning the 1950s to the '80s inaugurates Lori Bookstein's representation of Mr. Bell's estate.

    Crushed and Brushed

  • "We got a lot of comments that it's just overwhelming to come to museums," says Lori Fogarty, director of the Oakland Museum of California, which inaugurates a complete reinstallation of its art, natural history, and science collections this fall.

    'Reshaping the Art Museum'

  • Xinhua/Zuma Press Cambodia inaugurates stock exchange.

    Hammered in Europe

  • Instead, Joshi inaugurates a ballad of patriotism, a whole new national anthem.

    Remembering India's Golden Voice

  • Yet, because of gaps and incongruities in his appearance in the Bible, artists throughout the ages have returned to this man, whose treacherous act inaugurates Jesus 'death and resurrection.

    Judas by Susan Gubar: Book summary

  • Cementing its reputation as one of those old West Coast institutions which manages to stay forever young, the 65th edition of the Ojai Music Festival inaugurates the new Libbey Bowl in the same old rustic atmosphere that once inspired Stravinsky.

    Laurence Vittes: Clap Between Movements: Dresden, Ojai, Minneapolis and Saint Paul

  • Rosh Hashanah, perhaps the most universalist of the Jewish holidays, celebrates the creation of Adam and Eve, and inaugurates a period of deep introspection, reflection and personal accountability heshbon ha-nefesh, leading to Yom Kippur, a day of at-one-ment with one's God and one's fellow human beings.

    Rabbi Barry A. Kenter: Approaching Tishrei: Rain, Rain, Don't Go Away

  • He inaugurates the Gospel, already from his mother's womb welcomes the coming of Christ, and rejoices in being ‘the friend of the bridegroom’, whom he points out as ‘the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world’ (CCC 523).

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