Always either the beginning or the end.
Will offices look like they did at the beginning of March 2020?
This is particularly evident on the racist far right, where the dominance of Holocaust denial is beginning to erode.
We’ve added three minutes of “extra time” at the beginning of each programme to allow for changes in the TV schedule.
Air routes between the US and foreign countries outside of China are beginning to be affected.
So far, very few of the bodies found in mass graves have been identified, as DNA-matching work is only just beginning.
…of creating order out of chaos that occurred at the beginning of time occurs again at the end of time (the “End” or “Endtime”).
"He did at the beginning, and I was proud of him at the beginning, but now he just wants people who are loyal to him.
I'm beginning to hear noises, I'm beginning to detect there may be some backsliding and I don't find that acceptable."
As the music industry moved into the 21st century, the advantages and risks that new technologies represented were only beginning to be realized.
These two properties combine to give Mon-Khmer words their characteristic rhythmic pattern, rich and complicated at the beginning, simple at the end.
But that, as Boris Johnson’s hero Winston Churchill said in 1942, will not be “even the beginning of the end, but … perhaps the end of the beginning”.
Note: The IRS divisors relate to life expectancies beginning at age 70, but you can borrow them to create a stretch-out plan that works fine beginning in your 60s.
Beginning on any key, there are 12 different keys (and thus 12 different pitches), counting the beginning key, before a key occupying the same position in the pattern…
…occasions symbolically repeat the primordial chaos before the beginning of the world; and just as the world was created “in the beginning,” so in the repetition of that time the present world is regenerated.
The year 1757, as a consequence, is often cited as the beginning of Britain’s supremacy over India, the start of Calcutta’s significance as the headquarters of the East India Company, and the beginning of the end of French influence on the…
Something has a beginning just in case that the time during which it has existed is finite.… So understood, deleting the beginning point of a thing’s existence does not imply that the thing no longer begins to exist and therefore came into being uncaused.
The supposedly private RFE, which broadcast to Eastern Europe beginning in 1950, and Radio Liberty (RL), which broadcast into the Soviet Union beginning in 1953, were actually secretly funded by the Central Intelligence Agency until the early 1970s and more openly from then…
Just as the death of a student demonstrator in 1967 set off widespread rioting and ultimately a student revolt that marked the beginning of the liberal progressive era in West Germany, the murder in Chemnitz would mark the beginning of a period of far-right resistance, he predicted.
These were the ancient cultures of Mesopotamia in the Tigris-Euphrates River valley, beginning in about 10,000 bc; the early cultures in the Indus River valley, beginning in about 3500 bc; and the early Chinese civilization in the Huang He valley, beginning in about 2000 bc.
- 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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