The whole story of this flight begins to look different if you begin at the end, not the beginning.
But this was 2003, the beginning of Generation Me, and just a year before Facebook launched.
Story: in the end is the beginning, and in the beginning is the end.
This has been a theme in nutrition policy since the beginning.
Jamshid is now a diligent student at a local college, studying English and beginning his journey.
This was in reality the beginning of Mrs. Dean's carefully laid plan.
Who saw its fires here rise, and there descend, Explain his own beginning, or his end?
Joan told me about it at the beginning when I chaffed her about his loving her; and he does, you know he does.
From the beginning, he was aware that his first step must be to ascertain that she was not mistaken.
How he kept his oath, and what it cost him in the beginning, nobody knows.
late 12c., "time when something begins," from begin. Meaning "act of starting something" is from early 13c. The Old English word was fruma.
Old English beginnan "to begin, attempt, undertake," a rare word beside the more usual form onginnan (class III strong verb; past tense ongann, past participle ongunnen); from bi- (see be-) + West Germanbic *ginnan, of obscure meaning and found only in compounds, perhaps "to open, open up" (cf. Old High German in-ginnan "to cut open, open up," also "begin, undertake"), with sense evolution from "open" to "begin." Cognates elsewhere in Germanic include Old Frisian biginna "to begin," Middle Dutch beghinnen, Old High German beginnan, German beginnen, Old Frisian bijenna "to begin," Gothic duginnan.