Opening

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Time And The Rani - Production - Post-production
... Keff McCulloch arranged the new opening theme ... the series was also introduced with this story along with a new opening credits sequence that moved away from the "starfield" motif introduced in 1980 ... the theme's "middle eight" section was regularly heard during the opening credits (the previous two arrangements used the middle eight during the closing credits only) ...
Vulval Vestibule
... a part of the vulva between the labia minora into which the urethral opening and the vaginal opening open ... Nearby are the openings of the Skene's ducts ...
Preamble To The United Nations Charter - History
... Jan Smuts originally wrote the opening lines of the Preamble as, "The High Contracting Parties, determined to prevent a recurrence of the.." which would have been similar to the opening lines of the Covenant of the League of Nations ... The opening phrase "We the peoples of the United Nations.." echoing that of the United States Constitution, was suggested by US congressman and delegate Sol Bloom ...
Opening - Other
... Grand opening of a business or other institution Al-Fatiha, "The Opening", first chapter of the Qur'an Opening, a morphological filtering operation used in image ...
Slug - Morphology and Behavior
... is the saddle-shaped mantle, and under this are the genital opening and anus ... (almost always the right hand side) of the mantle is a respiratory opening, which is easy to see when open, but difficult to see when closed ... This opening is known as the pneumostome ...

Famous quotes containing the word opening:

    The current of our thoughts made as sudden bends as the river, which was continually opening new prospects to the east or south, but we are aware that rivers flow most rapidly and shallowest at these points.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    “Who are you,” said the caterpillar.
    This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation. Alice replied, rather shyly, “I—I hardly know, Sir, just at present—at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then.”
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)