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The event was the beginning of his rise to the status of superstar.
It appears investors are beginning to get comfortable with risk again.
I've been here since the beginning and will be here till the end.
It's the beginning of a three-part story and the beginning so far delivers on its promise of a good mystery.
Fish are served whole, head and tail intact, symbolizing a good beginning and end in the coming year.
The expedition marked the beginning of modern oceanography.
The flowers last forever, too, and barely fade even when they're beginning to form seeds.
Study of those activities lags behind research into genes and proteins but is beginning to heat up.
Finally, however, scientists are beginning to appreciate viruses as fundamental players in the history of life.
And investigators are now beginning to create such tests.
They did so at the beginning of the semester and again before a midterm exam.
Since the beginning of time, creatures have adapted to changes in their environment.
Depression is beginning to be more widely recognised as a sickness.
At the beginning of such a game, points are doled out to each participant.
House-ownership is beginning to look more affordable by many measures.
The new race has been dogged by difficulties from the beginning.
If the subject is marked as a subject with an ending, it need not come at the beginning of a sentence.
These two events can be seen, in retrospect, as the beginning of modern astronomy.
Now you can do a mini-movie or a short with a beginning, middle and end.
There was, instead, the beginning of a kind of willed forgetfulness of the horror of those years.
Consequently, surface waters have become less acidic and fragile ecosystems are beginning to recover.
All during a time when industrialization was beginning to take hold and become the dominant factor in the economy.
The abbreviations at the beginning of a link identify the source.
Here, with a big plastic pitcher of tea for refreshment, you cook from beginning to end.
The phenomenon of a poet who enjoys continued development into the beginning of old age is in itself rare.
The confusion of aims afflicting the space program from the beginning was in essence a confusion of time frames.
The ideal thing would be to allow for time to read it straight through from the beginning to the end.
He still caressed the sheep, but it was dead and beginning to stiffen.
Some economists are beginning to doubt the benefits of free trade.
Grant writing is the end of a process, not the beginning.
Some administrators are beginning to make changes, sometimes by giving professors a choice in the process.
But question difficulty will only change at the beginning of a new section of the test, not with each new question.
Knowledge of human nature is the beginning and end of political education.
The former shows that the antimasque is implicit in the masque from the beginning.
Perkin's protest marks the beginning of a new phase in this discussion.
It is at a maximum at the beginning and gradually decreases.
Now, things that are have kinship with things that are from the beginning.
Albeit means though: howbeit always nevertheless, beginning not a subordinate clause, but a principal sentence.
Not that his ideas remained the same from beginning to end.
From the beginning of time there have been conspiracy theories.
Usually, it seems, politicians seek out a portrait artist at the beginning of their career.
Some poets do their best work at the beginning of their careers.
Yes, in the beginning of the cycle, they used their mating rituals on us.
The discovery comes at the beginning of a six-month excavation at the site.
In the beginning, one cell becomes two, and two become four.
First and foremost, they should be at the beginning of a promising career in exploration.
The sun was beginning to set and the clouds were lit up beautifully.
As scientific research on these elusive predators increases, their image as mindless killing machines is beginning to fade.
To do that, they need her to be conscious and responsive through the beginning of the operation process.
At the time, the economy was strong, although growth was beginning to slow.
Its benefits come with consequences-called light pollution-whose effects scientists are only now beginning to study.
At the beginning its leaves were plagued with white spots, which the researchers chalked up to insufficient nutrients.
Ask students to think about the leisure activities and possible careers they discussed at the beginning of the lesson.
In the beginning there was a lot of speculation about what happened.
Climatologists are only beginning to model the role that water vapor plays in atmospheric circulation.
Now gestural interfaces are beginning to spread to other areas.
We look at how cheap, fast genomic sequencing is beginning to yield medicines tailored to your genes.
Being able to recreate these exotic events in the lab is certainly interesting but it is beginning to lose its novelty.
But interesting evidence is beginning to emerge that light may well play an important role in neuronal function.
But there are signs that grid planners are beginning to take wind development seriously as well.
Stem cell form the base or beginning of all cells they are harboured before any identifiable cells are formed.
Camera phones were the beginning of the end of offline privacy.
Time may not have a beginning-and it might not exist at all.
As neuroscientists learn more about the biological basis of pain, the situation is finally beginning to change.
Instead it evolved gradually, beginning with our earliest hominid and even our primate ancestors.
Pre-screening drugs on patient-derived cells could increase the odds of picking the right drug from the beginning.
They have some unusual properties, and that's why it was difficult for people to believe in them at the beginning.
By the turn of the millennium, my argument was beginning to gain ground.
At the beginning there was so much energy that electrons and protons went their own way.
That's a mighty tough question because biologists are only beginning to figure out techniques for finding them.
It was the beginning of a revolution in paleoanthropology.
There were two materials since the beginning of the eruption.
And the shape of your path was visible from the beginning.
The speech was evidently the beginning of his national presidential campaign.
The outlines of the missing ingredient, namely a common treasury, are beginning to emerge.
The latter is emotionally more satisfying and is necessary as a beginning, but it is the former that ultimately matters.
Unfortunately, the bailouts are only the beginning of what is needed to stabilize the euro.
From the beginning some consumers have consistently been hesitant to drink milk from cows treated with artificial hormones.
It was a profound lesson to learn at the beginning of the sport.
For many, this will mean the beginning of a downward spiral into poverty.
The cracks in the marriage that were shortly to become fissures were beginning to show.
There were times at the beginning of his career when he didn't have any money, but he always lived well.
It's beginning to look as if the stock market is at record highs for good reason.
Now that the army is beginning to shape up, he is a symbol of its feisty new spirit.
It's second nature to me now, but in the beginning, learning how to put on my hijab was a challenge.
For adults, divorce is a conclusion, but for children it's the beginning of uncertainty.
Information on loans for beginning farmers and ranchers.
Beginning farmers and ranchers face many challenges.
Maybe the economy is finally beginning to roll again.

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