Opened

  • (adj): Used of mouth or eyes.
    Example: "His mouth slightly opened"
    Synonyms: open
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on opened:

Kim Sơn (restaurant) - Growth and Popularity
... Dim Sum It and quickly became a success and In 1993, the La family opened a new $2 million, 22,000-square-foot (2,000 m2) restaurant and banquet ... The company has also opened as several smaller outlets in Houston with limited menus called "Little Kim Sơn." ... In 2005, the La family opened Asia in conjunction with the new L’Auberge du Lac Hotel Casino in Lake Charles, Louisiana ...
Oviatt Library - History
... The first phase was opened on October 24, 1973 ... The original 'phase one building' re-opened later in 1994 ... wings' needed demolishing and reconstruction, and re-opened in 2000 ...
Belvedere Park, Georgia - History - Opening of Rich's
... In 1959, the second branch of Rich’s Department Store was opened in the Belvedere Shopping Center (the first branch was opened at Lenox Square Mall) ... In 1963, Towers High School was opened and is still in operation today ...
Frisco, Texas - Economy
... Frisco is accumulating a tremendous number of retail properties, including Stonebriar Centre (opened August 2000), a 165-store regional mall, and IKEA (opened 2005), a furniture store ... A Cinemark theater opened in December, 2010 ... A hospital will soon be opened north of the theater ...
826michigan - 826 National
826NYC (in Park Slope, Brooklyn) opened in September 2004, 826LA (in Venice, CA), 826 Seattle, and 826 Chicago opened in 2005, and 826 Boston opened in 2007 ...

More definitions of "opened":

  • (adj): Not sealed or having been unsealed.
    Example: "The opened package lay on the table"
    Synonyms: open
  • (adj): Made open or clear.
    Example: "The newly opened road"

Famous quotes containing the word opened:

    And when he had opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven about the space of half an hour.
    —Bible: New Testament St. John the Divine, in Revelation, 8:1.

    By whatever means it is accomplished, the prime business of a play is to arouse the passions of its audience so that by the route of passion may be opened up new relationships between a man and men, and between men and Man. Drama is akin to the other inventions of man in that it ought to help us to know more, and not merely to spend our feelings.
    Arthur Miller (b. 1915)