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Synonyms for kick off

commence officially

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Now in its sixth year, Kick off is widely regarded as THE definitive football reference book, providing a thorough review of every Premiership team for all football fans, whether they are season ticket holders, armchair experts or serious statisticians.
As you may be aware there has been a great deal of criticism some clubs regarding Saturday kick off times," says league secretary John Deakin in a letter to clubs.
He chose to kick off the campaign for his plan at Hart Street Elementary because a good after-school program is already in place there, one sponsored by the Los Angeles School District's successful Better Educated Students for Tomorrow program, called L.
10pm kick off against QPR in the FA Cup last January that stretches to W23 D9 L0.
We can't kick off properly, we can't even catch kick-offs when we score.
For 11 years, Fiesta Broadway ran the weekend before as a way to kick off the city's multiple Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
Greg Price, Director of Consulting Solutions for PKF Texas set the stage for Navision User's Group kick off event.
The trip to newlypromoted Burnley will now be played on Sunday October 26, with a kick off time of 1.
Junction Solutions, the premier provider of vertical industry focused enterprise software and services based on Microsoft Axapta, today announced the kick off of the national roadshow, "Gaining an Integrated View of Your Multi-Channel Business", co-sponsored by Microsoft and Junction Solutions.