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- v. To make the first kick in a game or part of a game.
- v. To start; to launch.
- v. To die or quit permanently.
- v. To shut down or turn off suddenly.
- v. To force the weaning of a bovine cow's calf by restricting the calf's access to its mother's udders. Used figuratively or literally.
- v. To be overcome with anger, to start an argument or a fight.
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Do we kick off by taking Kavumu or do we fuck around with half-measures, give the game to the competition, and lose the best opportunity for real progress the Eastern Congo has had in bloody years?
As Friday’s sunlight slipped away, Lena was happy to kick off her pumps and settle back into the huge and comfy pillows adorning Aleesa’s family-room floor.
Vincent Soyez Pianist Dan Tepfer will kick off WBGO's new jazz performance series on Wednesday.
But the Prime Minister and I, together with the Minister for Industry and the Minister for the Environment and counterpart Ministers from our 5 partner countries, spent early January last year convening the high-level ministerial meeting to kick off the very substantial undertaking of the AP6.
On Wednesday, WBGO will kick off its new jazz performance series, the Checkout: Live from 92YTribeca, which can be watched via live stream on the station's website, seen in person at 200 Hudson St. advance tickets are $12, or heard over the radio and Internet.
The first thing she did after switching on the overhead light was to kick off her low-heeled waitress shoes.
And he also reminded us that Ray Henry would be appearing at the park tomorrow, to kick off the new season of picnics.