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Word: inaugurate

Definition: begin formally; install in office; induct into office by a formal ceremony; N. inauguration; ADJ. inaugural


Sentences Containing 'inaugurate'

By 23 October 1892, the college was reused in order to inaugurate a new seminary, by the bishop.
Governor John Letcher of Virginia, whose state has been requested to furnish three regiments totally 2,340 men and officers, has stated in the past his intent for his state to remain neutral. He has today replied to Lincoln that since he has "chosen to inaugurate civil war, he would be sent no troops from the Old Dominion."
In 1944, 100 P-51Ds were shipped from the U.S. in kit form to inaugurate production.
Maestro Ehrling conducted nearly 700 works, including 24 world premieres, and helped inaugurate the Meadow Brook Summer Music Festival. In 1973, he made his Metropolitan Opera debut, where he conducted 12 different operas, including Wagner's "Ring Cycle."
Molinari responded to Pashayev that the city would go ahead with its plans to inaugurate Stepanakert under the sister city program.
On November 5, 2010 the University announced that cognitive scientist Steve Pinker would inaugurate the new Paul Kurtz Lecture Series on December 2, 2010.
Persia would become the first empire, under Darius, to inaugurate and deploy the first regular imperial navy.
The auspicious day of Buddha Jayanti was chosen to inaugurate the monument.
The people of Arbre inaugurate a second historical "Reconstitution", revising many of the rules that had restricted the work and lifestyle of the avout (which included drug-induced sterility).
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