“I recognised that from the get-go.
“From the get go, that never made sense scientifically.”
You'd have tests available from the get-go.
And from the get-go it’s possible to enjoy those looks (and the many finishes in which they’re available).
"Cummins bombards with clichés from the get-go.
Sustainability has also been a focus from the get-go.
From the get-go, fact-checking was part of its Twitter strategy.
More candidates have begun running against the N.R.A. from the get-go.
Of course it makes sense to do business then, because the new players can make that sort of impact from the get-go.
Warner says that startups should proactively prioritise the question of diversity, and make it a clear objective from the get-go.
"While the typical direct-to-consumer brand path is to raise venture capital from the get-go, it's not the only route," she said.
As to be expected, Unhinged is self-reverential, with Omarosa, an ordained Baptist minister, offering self-absolution from the get-go.
By the way, Turkey already carries much responsibility for—from the get-go—funding the jihadist elements who fought in the bloody civil war.
Andrew Wu, assistant professor of finance at the University of Michigan, says the key to this success is in Monzo embracing APIs from the get-go.
Even though the Japanese commander of I-58, the man who actually destroyed the Indianapolis, told the US Navy that standard Navy evasion techniques would not have worked — Indianapolis was doomed from the get-go.
State party leaders, he said, were distracted by offers to appear on cable TV, hobnob with national Democratic leaders and meet presidential candidates, and did not take their day-to-day duties “seriously from the get-go.’’
But it remained an extremely niche artisan craft until the 2000s, when the advent of computer-aided design together with precision cutting machinery meant that skeletonised watches could be designed that way from the get-go.
The pipeline will pollute our air and water, destroy farmers' and ranchers' property, and enrich the foreign oil barons and corporate polluters that have been stocking Trump's cabinet and pulling his strings from the get-go."
He makes it crystal clear from the get-go that from his seat of impartiality he fully intends to oversee the incarceration of the accused and exoneration of the prosecution for justly pursuing a malicious conviction on behalf of President Nixon's government.
He said: "Somebody has examined every one of those files and decided that every one of them is damaging and every one of them would reveal those who were involved with the Guildford Four knew they were innocent from the get-go - and if this is anything, this is proof."
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