begin with (someone or something)

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begin with (someone or something)

To start with someone or something; to have someone or something be the first in a series. Let's begin with stretching and then we'll move on to cardio. You'll all have time to share about your summer vacations, but Caroline, we'll begin with you.
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begin with someone or something

to start off a sequence with someone or something. Let's have dinner begin with a nice clear soup. I will begin with Liz and take Frank next.
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26% rate fully applicable on April 1,2009; and (2) the incremental phaseout of the corporate franchise tax for corporations subject to the CAT beginning with the 2006 tax year until fully eliminated for the 2010 tax year.
Students tell me they signed up for my fiction course because they heard about its beginning with fairy tales that are fun to read.
Still another method is the multi-key approach: beginning with C position and then moving on to the G and F positions.
Beginning with the 1997 plan year, the Act modifies the ADP Test by providing that the limit on elective deferrals made by HCEs under a 401(k) plan may be based upon the elective deferrals made by non-HCEs in the previous plan year, rather than the current plan year.
Beginning with Carter pollster Patrick Caddell, those people began to seek credit for their work--to show that they were pulling the marionette's strings.
In Thousand Oaks, the Conejo Recreation and Park District is sponsoring a series of events beginning with an early morning nature walk in Wildwood Regional Park and culminating with a concert at Conejo Community Park and a downtown fireworks display.
At the election of the taxpayer, start-up expenditures and organizational expenditures may be amortized over a period of not less than 60 months, beginning with the month in which the trade or business begins.
The corporate alternative minimum tax (AMT) will be computed differently beginning with 1990 tax years as a result of the arrival of the adjusted current earnings (ACE) adjustment.
Since December 2001, the SEC has been reviewing the annual reports of public companies, beginning with the Fortune 500.
195(b)(1), the costs are amortizable over a period of not less than 60 months beginning with the month in which the active trade or business begins.
In fine-tuning its regular service, KLM has decided to discontinue a number of connections, beginning with the summer schedules.
31, 1995, the IRS reserves the right to require the taxpayer to make the change in accounting method retroactively beginning with the 1995 tax year.
Beginning with the Winter Schedule , KLM will only be publishing an English language World Timetable for the company.
481(a) adjustment being taken into account ratably over a period not to exceed six tax years, beginning with the year of change.