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for starters

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor startersfor startersspoken informalFIRST used to emphasize the first of a series of facts, opinions, questions etc Well, for starters, you’ll need to fill out an application form. starter
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for startersCities and states can issue tax-exempt bonds, for starters.To get the ball rolling, here a few for starters ... 1.These questions are just for starters.They make a funny mental picture because she is so short and he is so tall, just for starters.Free agents Andy Benes and Darryl Kile for starters."What do you want to know about him?" "What's his name, for starters?"Backyard birders may want to hover about the Birding option for starters.Add backup and restore, startup and shutdown and software installation to that for starters.Well, for starters, how about stunning sounds, simplicity of use and silly price?
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