Begins [verb]

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The number of new daily infections would almost immediately begin to decline.

When the distribution began, the numbers would be called, and one by one each person would be led through the aisles inside to pick groceries.

It began early in the fourth quarter, when Daryl Hayes could no longer feel his left arm.

It began when Scott McKenzie was furloughed from his job at Juniata College, a local liberal arts school.

He imagined himself having 12 to 15 seconds to talk after each play and began to adjust his thoughts to fit that timeline.

I saw the red, itchy irritations immediately bloom on both my kids’ faces when they began playing hockey while wearing their masks underneath their helmets and face cages.

He has not announced his upcoming tournament schedule, though it’s assumed he won’t play again until the PGA Tour begins to ramp up again after the new year.

“When we began we thought it was necessary for everyone to see themselves in the pages of a book,” Oh said.

At the beginning of any pro sports season, dozens of teams begin with the same championship dreams.

The upcoming holidays, beginning with Thanksgiving next week, will introduce new risks of exposure that we need to address now.