Starting

  • (adj): (especially of eyes) bulging or protruding as with fear.
    Example: "With eyes starting from their sockets"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on starting:

1899 In The United States - Incumbents
... Garret Hobart (Republican) (until November 21), vacant (starting November 21) Chief Justice Melville Fuller Speaker of the House of Representatives Thomas Brackett ... Henderson (R-Iowa) (starting December 4) Congress 55th (until March 4), 56th (starting March 4) ...
Umirzak Shukeyev
... Deputy Prime Minister in the Government of Kazakhstan starting in 2007, after having been governor of South Kazakhstan from 21 September 2006 to August 27, 2007 ... Starting from November 1995 – Minister of Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan ... Starting from early 1998 – Deputy Head of Presidential Administration ...
Jake Grove - Professional Career - Oakland Raiders
... the reserve center behind Adam Treu as a rookie, Grove split time with him as the starting center during the 2005 NFL season, in which the Raiders had a 4-12 won-lost record ... But in the 2007 NFL season, Jeremy Newberry became the starting center, as Grove started only two games for the 4-12 team ... He got his job back in the 2008 NFL season, starting in 12 games, though the team's fortune stayed poor with a 5-11 record ...
Billy Volek - Professional Career - Tennessee Titans
... It was announced on December 17, 2004 that he would be the starting quarterback for the rest of the season for the Titans, replacing the injured Steve McNair ... injuries healed in time for the next season, and Volek backed him up once again, starting only 1 game ... June 2006, allowing Volek the opportunity to truly earn the starting position ...

More definitions of "starting":

  • (adj): Appropriate to the beginning or start of an event.
    Example: "The starting point"; "hands in the starting position"
  • (noun): A turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning).
    Example: "His starting meant that the coach thought he was one of their best linemen"
    Synonyms: start

Famous quotes containing the word starting:

    But even at the starting post, all sleek and new,
    I saw the wildness in her and I thought
    A vision of terror that it must live through
    Had shattered her soul.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    what most appals
    Is that tiny first shiver,
    That stumble, whereby
    We know beyond doubt
    They have almost run out
    And are starting to die.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    A hook shot kisses the rim and
    hangs there, helplessly, but doesn’t drop

    and for once our gangly starting center
    boxes out his man and times his jump

    perfectly, gathering the orange leather
    from the air like a cherished possession
    Edward Hirsch (b. 1950)