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1. The radio station had an open line on which listeners could call up to discuss various issues.
2. It was the song's opening line, a series of profanities, that caused the record to be banned on the radio station.
3. He liked to introduce himself with a witty opening line.
4. My first example of this was the opening line.
5. The opening lines of Fragment A are a call to worship and a declaration of praise.
6. For his winner's speech he sang the opening lines of My Way.
7. My opening line shook with tight emotion.
8. How about this opening line ( move )?
9. I, for one (Sentence dictionary), have always found the opening line of Anna Karenina rather a downer.
10. That's the opening line of a watershed essay written in 2001 by mathematician Bob Palais of the University of Utah.
11. Perhaps it is a refutation of the whole opening line ( variation ).
12. The play got off to a bad start when one of the actors forgot his opening lines.
13. The supreme symbol for the author is the word; the erudite Hirst in The Voyage Out has the forename St John recalling the evangelist whose opening line was 'In the beginning was the Word'.
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