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Example Sentences for "started"

Chen has started an ambitious project to build 6 large shopping complexes in the country over the next two years.

I felt like I had been ambushed at the staff meeting when Avril and Michelle started asking me all these questions about what I was doing.

You can't avoid doing your homework, so you might as well get started now.

The Great Fire of London of 1666 started at a bakery in Pudding Lane.

John started losing his hair in his twenties, and was completely bald by the age of thirty-five.

Neil plays drums in a little band he's started with a few friends.

The bidding for a painting by Picasso started at $500,000 and went up quickly from there.

Firemen say the blaze that destroyed the school started in the furnace room.

Her artistic talents really started to bloom once she began to take painting lessons.

Our new puppy is becoming quite bold, and has started to play with our old dog sometimes.

Our company started out quite slowly, but business is certainly booming these days.

He started studying General Linguistics, and then branched out into Speech Therapy.

The dog started growling at the old man so he hit it with his cane.

The celebration of Valentine's Day started in the time of the Roman Empire.

In the mythology of India, the universe started out as a great chaos out of which all other creation was born.

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