Kick off Sentence Examples
The big kick-off of holiday parade season is usually the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, held in New York City every year.
We held a minute's silence before kick-off and I even tried to get black armbands.
I was spoilt for choice, but decided to kick off with fresh calamari with chili dressing and rocket.
Before kick-off famous spoon bender Uri had predicted a 2-1 Newcastle victory, with Alan Shearer scoring with a penalty.
We now have 10 corporate fundraisers to kick off the new season.Advertisement
Below is a simple recipe that will kick off your fashion soap making hobby.
However, when you walk in the door and kick off your shoes, eating ice cream in front of the TV might be more appealing.
Choosing the invitations is a fun way to kick off your party planning.
To avoid scheduling conflicts or holiday celebration burnout, consider scheduling your party in late November or early December - or even waiting until the beginning of January to host the event as a kick off for the new year.
The Super Bowl is a fun and rowdy way to kick off a new year with friends and loved ones.Advertisement
A friendly game of flag football is a fitting way to kick off an evening of watching football.
Voting Room - The losing team goes into the voting room every week to decide which team member to kick off.
To kick off the season, the castaways of Survivor Samoa were divided into two tribes of ten, which were predetermined before they arrived on the island.
The match, organized by Palace's inspirational former captain Geoff Thomas, is set for next Thursday 6th April with a 7.45pm kick-off.
With a full squad to choose from, the coaching team were faced with a selection dilemma prior to kick off.Advertisement
To kick off the new term we've got our first woodland paintball trip of 2006 this Sunday, 29th January.
I thought I'd kick off Style File with a look at comma splices.
Team line-ups v Newport County Confirmation of the starting eleven and substitutes named for today's early kick-off away to Newport County.
The rangy striker announced his intentions with a shot over the bar after only two minutes as Swansea pushed forward from the kick-off.
I noticed you and Cliff Jones swopped positions just after the kick-off at Wembley.Advertisement
The course will kick off with a tour d'horizon of the main challenges facing libraries of all types.
Team line-ups v Newport County Confirmation of the starting eleven and substitutes named for today 's early kick-off away to Newport County.
An older child might kick off the blanket, so snap those shots quickly!
Need some ideas to kick off your new bedroom interior decorating project?
Why wait until the new year to kick off a new look and a new scent when you can enjoy it right now?Advertisement
The American Library Association is a great place for us to kick off our list for the top books for teens, and if you think library is a quaint synonym for boring, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
What better way to kick off the festivities than a gala attended by special friends and family?
January 2007 will kick off the next crop of celebreality, premiering the "all-star" version of The Surreal Life, called The Surreal Life Fame Games.
In April 2007, Urban will kick off a tour promoting his latest album, Love, Pain and the whole crazy thing, performing in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and finally the United States in June.
In the first season, he went on tour with a group in order to feature works by residents of the new company and kick off the new center's career.
In 1967, Timothy Leary held his famous Human-Be-In, considered the kick-off to the Summer of Love, where thousands of hippies were encouraged to tune in, turn on, and drop out.
Muddy timelines - When you kick off a capital campaign, you tell the public about it.
Many fundraisers require money to be spent upfront to help kick off the event.
An engagement is a time of romance and celebration, and many couples enjoy engagement celebrations to kick off the wedding planning period.
This is the perfect family film with which to kick off the summer.
Others kick off their flip flops as soon as they come inside from checking the mail or running an errand and relax in their easy chairs for the rest of the evening.