That's more expensive than an introductory MacBook Pro and not everyone will be able to afford that.
Her former commanding officer, Brig. Gen. Jack Stultz, gave the introductory remarks.
The first loop of the introductory video concluded with a series of nature scenes.
At an event at the National Press Club, Bozell gives an introductory speech but then has Graham come up to take questions.
She spent a day shadowing me, part of an introductory program I instituted for trainees in CTC.
Trent assented, waving his hand towards his companion in introductory fashion.
On this, the gentleman gave me an introductory letter to him.
Except for the introductory paragraphs, which remain unaltered, the chapter is completely recast in the second edition.
Subject of the introductory, What can we all do for ourselves and our friends?
This brings us to what might as well have been our introductory as our concluding observation.
c.1600, from Late Latin introductorius, from introduct-, past participle stem of introducere "to lead in, bring in" (see introduction). Also used in English from c.1400 as a noun meaning "introductory treatise or textbook."