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Synonyms for opening

Synonyms for opening

an open space allowing passage

a favorable or advantageous combination of circumstances

Synonyms for opening

a ceremony accompanying the start of some enterprise

becoming open or being made open

the first performance (as of a theatrical production)

the act of opening something

opportunity especially for employment or promotion

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the initial part of the introduction

a possible alternative

an entrance equipped with a hatch

a recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess

first or beginning

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As a guide, Tesco opening hours over the Bank Holiday Weekend will be as follows:
Saturday 24 August - normal opening hours for all stores.
Sunday 25 August - normal opening hours for all stores.
Sainsbury's shoppers are advised to check the retailer'sonline store finderfor details of when local branches are open before heading out - as supermarket Bank Holiday opening times will vary depending on the size of the store and its location.
As a guide, Sainsbury's opening hours over the Bank Holiday weekend will be as follow:
Opening: "Just a line that we may come to Hollywood about the 20th."
Opening: "I have received your letter of January 8, 1937 in which you refer to 'our agreement.'"
Opening: "Next Friday 26: we go by car with the Dudley Nichols."
Opening: "Thank you for the extra lovely evening we had with you."
Opening: "Thank you for nobly making the 'postillion d'amour.'"
It is a key index of the "Employment Referrals for General Workers" compiled by the Public Employment Security Office on the state of job openings, applicants, and employment.
The active job openings-to-applicants ratio is defined as monthly active job openings subtracted by monthly active job applicants.
In addition, the new job openings-to-applicants ratio, which is new job openings divided by new job applicants, tends to fluctuate preceding movements in the active job openings-to-applicants ratio.
The rise in the active job openings-to-applicants ratio in recent years is the result of a combination of decreases in monthly active job applications and increases in monthly active job openings. Monthly active job applicants most recently peaked in 2009 at an average of 2.76 million people, and has since continued to drop to an average of 1.86 million people in 2016.
On the other hand, administrative occupation is at 0.48 times, which means job openings are less than half the number of job applicants.