commence

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  • Once recording commenced, the band worked eight to ten hours a day.
  • After an action has been chosen for each character, the round will commence.
  • These troops arrived late in the afternoon, after the battle had commenced.
  • However this number will increase as phase two and three commence directly after.
  • Around this time, the band commenced recording for a new album.
  • They made their way through the village to the festival site prior to the event commencing.
  • The band again commenced on a long tour to promote the album before recording their third studio album.
  • However, there is currently no information on when the work will commence.
  • The latter appear commence breeding earlier and end later than the former group.
  • The program runs through the third school term, commonly commencing in the first week back at school.
  • He commenced work on a self-titled solo album in the mid-1990s.
  • However, there is currently no information on when the work will commence and when the line will re-open.
  • However, we do know that boys typically experience and commence sexual interest and activity before girls do.
  • The young couple were betrothed for about five months before the marriage itself commenced.
  • They were due to commence their training at the end of March.
  • After thirty minutes, when the gas had taken effect, a physical assault on the building commenced.
  • He began to improve life within the community, and commenced construction of a new Cathedral.
  • The concerts commence early in the evening and last well into the morning.
  • The launch took place despite heavy rain which commenced half an hour before the scheduled launch.
  • He entered the chamber and took his seat directly under the sultan's window and council commenced.
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