If they say, 'Charley, come, let us start for
hell,' I will harness the dogs, and snap the whip, and start for
So it's Ahmad Shahzad and Fakhar Zaman to open for Pakistan, whereas Suranga Lakmal will start for
3 : to begin to move toward a particular place or in a particular direction <Let's start for
You can hold the RUN-OFF-START switch to START for up to two minutes for the Stewart-Warner and no longer than four minutes for the Hupp.
After holding the switch on START for just 10 seconds, the heater automatically goes into a 4-minute purge mode.
For example, the Texas Dental Hygienist's Association has partnered with Head Start in a joint effort titled "Healthy Start for
Texas Teeth," in which hygienists are adopting Head Start centers and addressing the prevention, education and access-to-care needs within Head Start centers.
Thunder Bay's first single-detached start for
the year was registered in March.
The initial molding of the young mind creates a powerful start for
learning and critical thinking.
The much bigger concern is what to do about the 4 million poverty level kids who can't get in the door of Head Start for lack of funding and the 5 million additional children whose families are over the poverty line but still eligible for subsidized care under HHS guidelines.
Chicago's Ounce of Prevention Fund recently completed a 24,000-square-foot state-of-the-art center for children aged zero to three by tapping the Chicago Board of Education for land and money, Head Start and Early Head Start for additional funding, and the Chicago construction industry for in-kind donations.
In the South, many white school administrators refused to open their facilities to Head Start for
the summer, and organizers ended up running most programs out of black churches.