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Things start often describes (“start ________”)
ups, motor, stop, finish, command, motors, position, tag, agreement, lamps, technique, relationship, \u00bb, circuit, program, condition, treaty, thread, date, signal, lamp, bit, off, frame, talks, procedure, phase, valve, statement, button, tags, pulse, ballasts, switch, transaction, operation, injector, negotiations, algorithm, circuits, threads, helix, pcr, fig, capability, message, dependency, instruction, emissions, induction, signaling, mode, guide, scratch, mechanism, run, worm, card, sequence, with, menu, here, engines, checklist, lever

How start often is described (“________ start”)
good, fresh, early, very, new, slow, late, bad, false, sudden, promising, fair, better, click, quick, slight, poor, excellent, cold, auspicious, select, earlier, shaky, violent, fine, rocky, successful, fast, modest, inauspicious, immediate, official, clean, random, earliest, hot, involuntary, healthy, useful, difficult, int, rough, encouraging, guilty, nervous, convulsive, brilliant, prompt, unpromising, splendid, warm, impressive, nice, easy, wrong, wonderful, latest, smooth, decent, humble, vigorous, minute, sure, global

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See start used in context: 100+ rhymes, 30 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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