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With that as a start many European poems and much literature came to be introduced.
Is he the man painted by the newspapers as an up-and-coming scholar?
This year again I found a number of dodgy goods so I'll introduce them all here.
'needless to say' is often introduced as an idiomatic expression in the infinitive.
Yes. She got an introduction from her old doctor and transferred.
Yes. She got an introduction from her previous doctor and transferred to this hospital.
Yes. She got an introduction from her previous doctor and transferred to another hospital.
Omission is a perfectly good example of an expression technique, and is brought up in many grammar books.
We introduce you to the entire line up of songs that made it into The Best Ten.
I shall be introducing the street paper that is only sold by the homeless, "The Big Issue", started in England and has had its first Japanese issue.
I'm introducing some pictures I took, dabbling in photography, along with my diary.
If it goes well, I'll put you forward for a drama serial.
Let me introduce my parents to you.
Yuka fell in love the moment she was introduced to the newly-appointed English teacher.
You say I should know him quite well, but as a matter of fact, I was introduced to him only last week.
I would appreciate it if you could find time to see Mr Fukuoka, or to introduce him to one of your associates.
I just got a great job because of an introduction from a friend. Sometimes things happen when you least expect it.
She gave a tea party with the intention of introducing her daughter to her friends.
She introduced me to her brother.
She introduced the lady to me.

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