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to come into being

to move suddenly and involuntarily

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to draw away involuntarily, usually out of fear or disgust

a sudden and involuntary movement

a factor conducive to superiority and success

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a turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning)

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a line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game

a signal to begin (as in a race)

the advantage gained by beginning early (as in a race)

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have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense

move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm

get going or set in motion

begin or set in motion

begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job

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play in the starting lineup

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have a beginning characterized in some specified way

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begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object

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Even if a woman comes in with a pretty good idea of what she wants, you can show her the gun she had in mind and your starting-point gun, allowing her to compare.
Paint suppliers who know that a raw materials supplier's starting-point formula meets our approval will be much quicker to adopt it," explained Gina Fleitman, director of marketing, MPI.
If this is the case, then we have reached a united starting-point.
The decision in Johnas set out the starting-point, or guideline, approach to sentencing that would shortly become the hallmark of the Alberta Court of Appeal.
The circumstances of the crime fit within the definition of a "major sexual assault", which was the limiting parameter used for the three year starting-point.
The advantage of a fuzzy world-view is an acknowledgement of the relativity of things, whose starting-point is common sense: opposites are not mutually exclusive.
The kit allows customers first to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the 405EP processor and then to use the base hardware/software design as a starting-point for their own product development.
The Resource CD offers a wide range of sample applications that can be used as a starting-point for customers' software development, as well as various utilities to aid in system configuration.
The kit allows customers first to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the 440EP processor and then to use the base hardware/software design as a starting-point for their own product development.
com Meta Search Engine technology to the Company on a co-branded basis for its recently acquired Starting-Point ( www.
com, Starting-Point users can now simultaneously query the major search engines and a multitude of e- commerce databases, as well as continue to perform target searches utilizing Starting-Point's proprietary database of directories and web sites.
With the initial beta launch of our free online calendar web site Interplanner recently accomplished and the acquisition of Starting-Point complete," said John J.
Starting-Point, originally founded in 1996 and long recognized as a premier web search site, will be the subject of a series of significant enhancements to its user interface and functionality.
OTC Bulletin Board: TKLB) today announced that it has completed the purchase of the Starting-Point search engine and web site (www.
Pursuant to the purchase agreement, TechLabs will also have access to conduct certain approved direct email marketing to the approximate 250,000 members of the YesMail Network(TM) who joined via Starting-Point prior to the acquisition.