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from the top

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrom the topfrom the topspokenBEGINNING an expression meaning from the beginning, used especially in the theatre Right, let’s take it from the top once more. top
Examples from the Corpus
from the topI was going to come charging down from the top of a sand-hill.Cut a slot in each tube l of the way down from the top of 0 the tube. 2.Does this shrill din really emanate from the top Praga Khan and Jade 4U?Therefore, I had no doubt the right kinds of overarching principles were flowing from the top of the Honda hierarchy.Before you put the cake in the oven, measure how far the mixture is from the top of the pan.All right. Once more from the top. Action!The missile has been thrown from the top of a cemetery wall.
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