In recent years, Sandra has begun taking portraits of the people at these gatherings.
But, then again, the changes in store under this papacy have only just begun.
Though the economy had begun growing again, the recovery was not yet a fact of life for most Americans.
Iranian police forces have begun harsher crackdowns on protests, using tear gas to disperse crowds.
That was a reference to Tony Lazarro, the last boyfriend Casey had begun to spend a lot of time with.
I want to explain to you that the little girl had not begun with grammar.
Light and buoyant as the child was, her tightened clasp had begun to tell on him.
"We have begun by being frank; we should continue so," said the Secretary presently.
These concealed meetings, once begun, became an absorbing excitement.
Consequently '1601' had not begun when Essex was already dead.
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.