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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. I, for one (Sentence dictionary), have always found the opening line of Anna Karenina rather a downer.
8. My opening line shook with tight emotion.
9. How about this opening line ( move )?
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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