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Example Sentences for "opened"

The little girl beamed with excitement as she opened her presents.

We put a spiral binding on the book, so it could be opened and lain flat on a desk.

She slowly drew back the bolt and opened the door.

I wore braces when I was a kid, and sometimes when I opened my mouth, a little elastic would come shooting out.

Recently, large American and Japanese computer firms have opened new branches in Poland.

The organization has opened up a number of youth chapters across the United States in the last ten years.

She laughed cheerfully when she opened the door, and saw her surprise party.

As soon as Donna opened the door, she was greeted with a rousing chorus of 'Happy Birthday to You.

' When Jennifer moved out of the salon downtown, and opened up her own hairstyling business, most of her clients followed her.

The first birth control clinic was opened in England in 1921 by Marie Stopes.

The first commercial bank in the United States opened in 1782.

In June of 1959, the St.

Lawrence Seaway, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean, was opened by Queen Elizabeth II and American President Dwight Eisenhower.

The children opened the door a crack, and peered through to where their parents were wrapping Christmas presents.

My daughter dented somebody's brand new Porsche when she opened our car door and hit it in the parking lot at the grocery store.

We have just opened a retail store that sells discards from a jeans factory for about a quarter of the price of regular jeans.

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