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Opening | Definition of Opening by Merriam-Webster
the opening of a cave They squeezed through a narrow opening between the fence and an oak tree. The enemy's troops poured through an opening in our defenses. We went to the play's opening.
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Here's copper just closed at 93, after opening strong this morning at 105. What opening for extrication, unless, indeed, Emilia should die? Tulips are opening their variegated cups, and daffodils line the walls.
Opening - definition of opening by The Free Dictionary
1. The act or an instance of becoming open or being made to open: the opening of the tomb.
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Opening | definition of opening by Medical dictionary
opening [o´pen-ing] a gap or open space; anatomic nomenclature for various types of openings includes aditus, aperture, foramen, fossa, hiatus, inlet, meatus, orifice, ostium, and outlet. aortic opening 1. the aperture in the diaphragm for passage of the descending aorta. 2. aortic orifice. cardiac opening the opening from the esophagus into the ...
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1 a favorable combination of circumstances, time, and place . the talk show host's usual modus operandi is to talk over his guests, thereby denying them an opening to articulate their positions
opening | Definition of opening in English by Oxford ...
‘There had been an opening made by senior counsel for the appellant which disclosed certain aspects of the defence case.’ ‘There were to be full oral openings by all parties projected to occupy four weeks at the start of the trial.’
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