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    1. Iyer wants to inaugurate the bus on the

    2. Nevertheless, at that time it was already known that in less than one month, on July 6 precisely, Hong Kong was going to inaugurate the new and spacious airport that had already been in construction for five years

    3. During this isolation in the Perean hills he determined upon the policy to be pursued and the methods to be employed in the new and changed phase of earth life which he was about to inaugurate

    4. They each confidently expected that Jesus would inaugurate his assumption of Messianic authority at the forthcoming wedding at Cana, and that he would do so with great power and sublime grandeur

    5. In June 1959, the American Vice President Richard Nixon went to Moscow to inaugurate an exhibition dedicated to technological innovations and materials of his country

    6. These Jewish religious leaders were acting directly under orders from the Sanhedrin at Jerusalem, and they constituted the orthodox vanguard which had come to inaugurate open warfare on Jesus and his disciples

    7. 5 And now Jesus would take his apostles along with him to Mount Hermon, where he had appointed to inaugurate his fourth phase of earth ministry as the Son of God

    8. 2 The address on the kingdom and the announcement that he was going to the Passover set all his followers to thinking that he was going up to Jerusalem to inaugurate the temporal kingdom of Jewish supremacy

    9. 1 A little after half past four o'clock this Sunday morning, Gabriel summoned the archangels to his side and made ready to inaugurate the general resurrection of the termination of the Adamic dispensation on Urantia

    10. he had been invited to inaugurate a Prayer Hal for a large monastic

    11. inaugurate the first African-American President of the United States and the buzz around

    12. It is not to inaugurate new programs, but to cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution or have failed in their purpose, or that impose on the people an unwarranted financial burden

    13. In line with my interpretation of this trump, the Gugliemites thought that Gugliema would descend to earth in 1300 to inaugurate a line of Popesses to replace the Popes, and preparations were made for Popess Manfreda to celebrate Mass in the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore (Rome)

    14. Being fully active in life is the most important reason why you exist; try to inaugurate and commission a pre-planned goal in life, visualizing the outcome at a time in the future

    15. These four Beings, Who will appear as human beings in the field of the modern world, may be looked for before the end of this century and Their united effort will inaugurate definitely the New Age, and usher in the period which will go down in history as the time of glory for the fifth root race

    16. Who inaugurate one to inaugurate all

    17. The viceroy, on his way to inaugurate the Mirus bazaar in aid of funds for Mercer's hospital, drove with his following towards Lower Mount street

    1. So, with more pats on the back and more well wishes, Harry's debut of celebrity was officially inaugurated, and it wouldn't pass until he boarded that train next June

    2. Since her training and discipline of reason had been well inaugurated and honed during her year's absence

    3. “Senta, please find out everything you can lay your hands on about the program Elenir said she remembered Reja Grenassia III inaugurated all those years ago

    4. February 1861, and Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated as

    5. Crowned with two lions which seem to protect the royal coat of arms, that historic gate, constructed between 1878 and 1880 and inaugurated in 1894, stands erect as a monument to the glory of Pagsanjan when it was the capital of Laguna at a time during which the Philippines was still a Spanish colony

    6. There can be no doubt that the Easter festivities turned out to be spiritually enriching to me, but at the same time sociable and peregrine, not only in the religious sense, but also in the notion of wandering into a emotional past, for after that week of worship and celebrations, Ponferrada inaugurated the week of “book exaltation”

    7. Pretoria, the capital city, had recently inaugurated its own opera house, with facilities on a par with most great centres of the world

    8. Roosevelt in 1932 inaugurated a

    9. Let it never be said that the game was not a true challenge from the moment it was officially inaugurated

    10. inaugurated only the previous summer, and streetcars now

    11. Hebrews 10:20 - by a new and living way which He inaugurated for us through the veil, that is, His flesh,

    12. 9 About this time the chazan inaugurated a young men's club for philosophic discussion which met at the homes of different members and often at his own home, and Jesus became a prominent member of this group

    13.  inaugurarse, to be inaugurated

    14. They knew they were going to miss Jesus, and besides their fear and timidity, this was not the way they had pictured the kingdom of heaven being inaugurated

    15. In the enthusiasm of Pentecost, Peter unintentionally inaugurated a new religion, the religion of the risen and glorified Christ

    16. Ever since the railroad had been officially inaugurated and had begun to arrive with regularity on Wednesdays at eleven o’clock and the primitive wooden station with a desk, a telephone, and a ticket window had been built, on the streets of Macondo men and women were seen who had adopted everyday and normal customs and manners but who really looked like people out of a circus

    17. The title referred to the manipulation done by the Republicans to guarantee that Reagan would be inaugurated president in 1981

    18. direction but when Ronald Reagan was inaugurated, all that flew out the window

    19. He was inaugurated and greeted with the secession of the South from the Union

    20. Nancy Laplante was officially listed as the chairperson of this peace conference, which was supposed to be inaugurated at ten O’clock

    21. When Alfred Nobel inaugurated his famous prizes, Norway and

    22. He inaugurated for us through the veil, that is, His flesh, and

    23. January, the United States inaugurated the first African-American President in the over

    24. The drone was the latest item of military hardware to be inaugurated by Iran

    25. In 1909, Picasso inaugurated a new kind of painting –cubism

    26. 1994 he was inaugurated president of South Africa

    27. In 1991, Carter inaugurated the Atlanta Project he had inspired in an effort to

    28. “Governor Pickens was inaugurated just days

    29. But there are more than a few who undoubtedly become obsessed with the abundant powers bestowed upon them, believing and acting as though they are above the law and as a consequence, have no qualms about breaking the law that they have been specifically inaugurated and commissioned to uphold

    30. They taught that the ultimate end of all being was to be the overcoming of the grossness of matter (atom-energy) and the return to the Parent-Spirit, which they held as inaugurated by the appearance of a God-sent Saviour

    31. series inaugurated by the Christian dispensation, and the end of the world and the second coming of Christ are to mark

    32. A series of such aeons precedes the introduction of a new series inaugurated by the Christian

    33. A new series of ages inaugurated by the Christian dispensation

    34. introduction of a new series inaugurated by the Christian dispensation, and the end of the world

    35. A series of such aeons precedes the introduction of a new series inaugurated by the Christian dispensation, and the end of the world and the second coming of Christ are to mark the beginning of another series

    36. Stryver inaugurated the Long Vacation with a formal proposal to take Miss Manette to Vauxhall Gardens; that failing, to Ranelagh; that unaccountably failing too, it behoved him to present himself in Soho, and there declare his noble mind

    37. When a new president is inaugurated, the new leader is stepping into the most powerful position in the United States of America

    38. ) When the angel's book comes to be opened if aught that the pensive bosom has inaugurated of soultransfigured and of soultransfiguring deserves to live I say accord the prisoner at the bar the sacred benefit of the doubt

    39. “Are you going to be inaugurated tomorrow?” she said

    40. The reason, no doubt, was that he had just been inaugurated as prior

    41. It was inaugurated on 11 September 2008

    42. The USA have won a total of 275 medals at the IAAF World Championships (inaugurated 1983): 132 gold, 74 silver and 69 bronze (all record totals)

    43. Male: Australia have won the men’s Hockey Champions Trophy (inaugurated in 1978) an unprecedented 13 times, in 1983–85, 1989–90, 1993, 1999, 2005 and 2008–12

    44. The rugby league Four Nations competition (inaugurated in 2009) involves Australia, New Zealand and England, plus one invited nation

    45. ’ My goodness! his bride! Only such a lunatic of a fellow could ever have developed so wild an idea as a ‘new existence’ to be inaugurated by an alliance between himself and Nadia

    46. These people preach that the improvement of life, the bringing of reality in agreement with consciousness, will not take place in consequence of personal efforts of separate men, but of itself, in consequence of a certain violent transformation of society, which will be inaugurated by somebody

    47. A new régime is inaugurated

    1. This evening inaugurates the dawning of a new age for Tahoe City

    1. After also inaugurating the pump for the basin and tub, Harry declared their renovations complete

    2. A large crowd of people gathered to participate in the act inaugurating the naming of the street

    3. ments to be used for inaugurating the High Priest in his office

    4. He thought out the advisability of inaugurating the spiritual kingdom with a brilliant and dazzling display of power -- and such a course would have been permissible and wholly within the jurisdiction of Michael -- but he fully decided against such a plan

    5. Modi had reportedly met the woman who was a landscape architect, along with the IAS officer, while inaugurating a hill garden project in Bhuj in 2005 when Pradeep Sharma was district collector there

    6. This is because mankind is, at last, becoming mentally centred, and hence we have in the world at this time the many and varied attempts to straighten out affairs along business, national, economic, social and other lines, to produce some system and order, and to bring about the re-arranging of all energies with the objective (unrealised consciously as yet) of inaugurating the New Age

    7. From magnetism little by little Rodolphe had come to affinities, and while the president was citing Cincinnatus and his plough, Diocletian, planting his cabbages, and the Emperors of China inaugurating the year by the sowing of seed, the young man was explaining to the young woman that these irresistible attractions find their cause in some previous state of existence

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    Synonyms for "inaugurate"

    inaugurate introduce usher in kick off invest induct install

    "inaugurate" definitions

    commence officially

    open ceremoniously or dedicate formally

    be a precursor of