"Beginning" and "comparatively".
Consequently time has no beginning.
"We need to involve Network Rail from the beginning."
Shops are beginning to open again, and people are leaving the city en masse.
He is older and is beginning to understand things that Scout does not.
In China there are signs that things are beginning to get back to normal.
Two important developments took place in the Middle East at the beginning of the Bronze Age.
Then, it is expected to continue toward the Georgia and South Carolina coasts beginning late on Wednesday.
"February 1 is the end of the beginning; it's not the beginning of the end," Wright said.
They are beginning to say 'Jesus drank wine and Jesus even made wine so why are we still against moderate consumption of alcohol?'
While coronavirus is beginning to spread more outside of China, the situation is beginning to stabilize within the virus' country of origin.
NOT the beginning of the end, more the end of the beginning—or perhaps only the beginning of the end of the beginning.
"We're joined today by a real good friend of mine, somebody that's been with me from the beginning and I've been with him from the beginning: Ohio governor Mike DeWine," he said.
Plaintiffs’ lawyers and addiction specialists began floating trial balloon solutions, all the more remarkable given that, as one lawyer said, “we’re just at the beginning of the beginning.”
While more than 80% of America's commandos deployed overseas at the beginning of the decade were stationed there, that number had dropped to just over 50% by 2017 before beginning to rise again.
Towards the end of the century Germany, France, Japan and the USA had all caught up, and by the beginning of the 20th century were beginning to overtake and challenge Britain’s industrial dominance.
As a Christian, Grosseteste believed that God created the world with a beginning; indeed, he thought, as some sketchy arguments in the Hexaæmeron 1.9.7 indicate, that the beginning of the world could be proved.
The beginning of the 17th century was one of the most dramatic turning points in the history of music, even more so than the beginning of the Ars Nova and almost as revolutionary as the beginning of the 20th century.
Following the practice of thinkers of his age, at the very beginning of his Book of Definitions and also at the beginning of his Book on Fevers, Isaac Israeli introduces the Aristotelian distinction of the four kinds of inquiry, in a slightly modified form:
By this it is manifest, that not onely actions that have their beginning from Covetousness, Ambition, Lust, or other Appetites to the thing propounded; but also those that have their beginning from Aversion, or Feare of those consequences that follow the omission, are Voluntary Actions.
- the event consisting of the start of something
Example: the beginning of the war
- serving to begin
Example: the beginning canto of the poem
- the time at which something is supposed to begin
- the first part or section of something
Example: `It was a dark and stormy night' is a hackneyed beginning for a story
- the place where something begins, where it springs into being
Example: the Italian beginning of the Renaissance
- the act of starting something
Example: he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations
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