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(1) Well, what are we waiting for? Let's get started!
(2) Come on, let's get started - we've wasted enough time already.
(3) I can't seem to get started today.
(4) It's difficult for new lawyers to get started in private practice.
(5) I suppose we may as well get started.
(6) He was up bright and early, keen to get started.
(7) We can't wait to get started.
(8) The plans have been okayed, so let's get started as soon as possible.
(9) I've done talking-let's get started.
(10) It helps everyone get started if there are notes indicating where and how video materials would fit into the syllabus.
(11) Help me get started, get noticed, and get my name out there in the public arena.
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(13) Seed Money School-to-work initiatives can not get started without an initial infusion of flexible seed money.
(14) We'd better get started.He resolutely maintains a fixed, matey grin until you ask him something dodgy.
(15) But there are other inexpensive ways to get started in business too.
(16) When can we get started?
(17) I'd better get started soon.
(18) But I was slow to get started on this project and before I could something unforeseen happened.
(19) Why not use some of that money to get started with a low dam-and then switch horses in midstream?
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(21) He's got a lot of exciting ideas and he's impatient to get started.
(22) If you expect to finish the work this morning you had better dig in and get started.
(23) I've bought all the paint for decorating the bedrooms and I'm raring to get started.
(24) But for newcomers, it also has never been more confusing to get started.
(25) Wishes provide us with motivation and strategy, for without the greed of a wish we would never get started.
(26) This lets you produce standalone applications for end-users and it's surprisingly easy to get started with.
(27) I tell him we need a vacation, a fuel-up before we really get started.
(28) The strategic support group ground rules were all they needed to get started.
(29) The bank provided him with ￡40,000 which, coupled with his redundancy money, provided the ￡70,000 he needed to get started.
(30) Well don't stand like a lump of dozy puddin' - take some sticks and tinder and get started.
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