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intro

noun as in prelude

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The intro song, “The Path,” which she has described as a thesis for the album, opens with Lorde as a “teen millionaire having nightmares from the camera flash.”

The Tayogo headphones produce satisfying sound quality and suitable specs in a great intro pair.

As I noted in the intro, Google Trends is now 15 years old, and in recognition of that milestone, the company has published an interview with Yossi Matias, VP of engineering and research, who led the team that launched Trends all those years ago.

I gave a couple of examples in this week’s intro of “clues” for this week’s contest.

Ultimately, Chu’s editing team found a way to put it in that slot by finessing its intro and outro.

From Time

Part of the short version was used as an intro to the Nirvana single “Love Buzz,” and is referred to as “Buzz Cut.”

MAYOR TAYLOR INTRO Ivy R. Taylor, Mayor of San AntonioLearn more: Watch the full introduction.

Furthermore, we are removing the ‘You've got she-mail’ intro from new episodes of the series.

It was Boyce who came up with the idea for the intro to the Mark Levin Show.

Robert [Downey Jr.], I wanna thank you for everything, for your bat-crazed, rapid-fire brain, the sweet intro.

"I beg—your pardon," he said haltingly, "have I ever—been intro—" Suddenly his eyes closed, a frown gathered on his forehead.

Intro—within, into; intro-vert, to turn within; intro-duce, to lead into.

Sequere hac igitur me intro in lectum, ut sedes lassitudinem.

Nunc tu abi intro, Pistoclere, ad Bacchidem, atque ecfer cito.

I hac mecum intro, ubi tibi sit lepide victibus, vino atque unguentis.

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On this page you'll find 290 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intro, such as: addition, debut, establishment, inauguration, influx, and initiation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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