Kicked-off sentence example

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  • We kicked off with vegetable pakora, onion bhaji, mushroom bhaji, and vegetable samosa (all £ 1.00 ).
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  • She smiled mischievously as she kicked off her shoes and dug her toes into the soft cool dust.
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  • March 14: Michael Gray has apologized for his reaction which kicked off the mass brawl on Saturday.
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  • The division's new burglary Squad kicked off the operation on June 1, targeting a small group of prolific burglars.
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  • In turn, T-cell regulation is kicked off by an immune system protein called interferon gamma 4.
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  • It is understanding where the 'new localism ' agenda that we kicked off is heading.
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  • Britain's Kristan Bromley kicked off his campaign in the 2005/6 bob skeleton World Cup with a sixth place finish in Canada.
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  • As Newcastle kicked off I became aware that the lad sat behind me was academy youngster James Frayne.
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  • The year kicked off with grim tales following the rollout of Chip & PIN, with many retailers encountering problems.
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  • We kicked off with vegetable pakora, onion bhaji, mushroom bhaji, and vegetable samosa (all £ 1.00).
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  • The unlikely adventurers kicked off their fundraising efforts with an ' RBS bush tucker trial ' in front of an audience of 100 colleagues.
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  • These are the scents that kicked off an entire collection in their wake.
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  • In 2009, a musical number featuring the likes of Beyonce and Hugh Jackman kicked off the event.
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  • She was kicked off Flavor of Love 2 after it was revealed that she did nude modeling while a student at Northeastern University, among other adult entertainment-style movies.
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  • Later that year they kicked off their first world tour to record-breaking audiences worldwide.
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  • The topless trend kicked off in the mid-1960s when a go-go dancer at a San Francisco strip club performed in Rudi Gernreich's topless bathing suit without getting arrested.
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  • Even though the franchise kicked off nearly two decades ago, many people are very interested in new Indiana Jones video games.
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  • First, the event kicked off with an international roundtable featuring winemakers from around the world.
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  • The premiere kicked off a frenzy of promotion and product marketing that led to an overall bonanza of things High School Musical.
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  • You will spend time chasing his little socked-self around at weddings, crawling on your hands and knees and searching under tables for the shoes he kicked off hours ago.
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  • The two met while filming a benefit show for victims of the Southeast Asian tsunami and kicked off a whirlwind romance, marrying a few months later in the Caribbean.
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  • Games: If your guests are young, it may be necessary to provide some pre-planned activities for them to get the party kicked off.
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  • The winning contestant on The Biggest Loser wins $250,000, but the contestants who are kicked off the show early can still compete at home.
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  • Snoop Dogg's Father Hood kicked off with its premiere on December 7, 2007.
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  • As a side note, one of the female cast members didn't want to take off her clothes and was subsequently kicked off for that reason.
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  • From instigating fights to burning Jaison's socks while he sleeps, Russell kicked off his game by creating havoc and trouble, while trying to build alliances with all of the females on his tribe.
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  • The Jersey Shore TV series involves eight housemates-one who was kicked off early--living together on Jersey Shore for a month.
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  • On both seasons, he dominated the competition until he was kicked off.
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  • That job led to one cast member - Angelina "Jolie" Pivarnick, aka "the Kim Kardashian of Staten Island" - getting kicked off the show early when she refused to show up for her shift while nursing a hangover.
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  • She was kicked off her high school cheerleading squad and was the subject of the school gossip mill, forcing her to leave school and complete high school online.
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  • Sequeira kicked off her cooking show, Aarti Party, in August of 2010.
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  • She kicked off her shoes and stretched out on the couch, lacing fingers behind her head.
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  • He kicked off his boots and sat down beside her, leaning back against the wall.
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  • Carmen tossed the towel on a branch, kicked off her sandals and walked down the creek to the rope swing.
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  • Taking her hand, he led her to the window seat and kicked off his boots.
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  • She kicked off her shoes and tugged into her work boots.
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  • Great for on-the-go people, these sandals can be slipped into in no time and kicked off in a split second.
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