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Begin Verb Synonyms
start (off), inaugurate, originate, open, launch, create, establish, found, set up, go into
We began the company five years ago.

arise, start, originate, Rather formal commence
The greatness of the Prussian monarchy begins with Frederick II. The paragraph begins in the middle of the page.

start (out or off or in or on), initiate, enter on or upon, set out or about, set out on or upon, Rather formal commence
We began the journey full of enthusiasm.

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Beginner Set

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Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (BASIC)

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Equity Capital At Beginning Of Year

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Point Of Beginning (POB)

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Required Beginning Date (RBD)

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Strength Of Current

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