Some articles on started:
... He started an independent atelier at his house in the Rue de Bruxelles between 1860 and 1862 ... He started with sixteen students, most who had come over from his own studio ... When he started to protest and show a public hostility to "decadent fashion" of Impressionism, his influence started to wane and he became unfashionable ...
... All India Radio started broadcasting Konkani news and other services ... Radio Goa Panjim started Konkani broadcast in 1945 ... AIR Mumbai and Dharwad later started it in the years 1952 and 1965 respectively ...
... In baseball statistics, games started (denoted by GS) indicates the number of games that a pitcher has started for his team ... before facing an opposing batter, the player is credited with a game pitched but not a game started there have been instances in major league history in ... The all-time leader for games started is Cy Young with 815 over a 22-year career ...
... When the system started testing in 1972, however, an unexpected source of noise proved to render it unusable ... working on similar systems during this time, and started operation of their own experimental system in 1971 ... shortly thereafter by the first operational system, known in the west as Steel Yard, which started operation in 1976 ...
... The 2009 93rd Four Day Marches started on 21 July ... The 2012 Nijmegen Vierdaagse (96th) started on 19 July and ended on 23 July ... The next march (2013) is to be started on the 16 July, this will be the 97th anniversary ...
Famous quotes containing the word started:
“Until now when we have started to talk about the uniqueness of America we have almost always ended by comparing ourselves to Europe. Toward her we have felt all the attraction and repulsions of Oedipus.”
—Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)
“Being American is to eat a lot of beef steak, and boy, weve got a lot more beef steak than any other country, and thats why you ought to be glad youre an American. And people have started looking at these big hunks of bloody meat on their plates, you know, and wondering what on earth they think theyre doing.”
—Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)
“I started in to cry and call his name,
Asking forgiveness of his tongueless head.
. . . I dreamt the past was never past redeeming:
But whether this was false or honest dreaming
I beg deaths pardon now. And mourn the dead.”
—Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)