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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremarksremarks[plural] the things you say in a formal speechintroductory/opening/concluding remarks the chairman’s introductory remarksin somebody’s remarks Caldwell, in his remarks, emphasized the need for cooperation. remark
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introductory/opening/concluding remarksAs the above introductory remarks suggest, the experience most people have of social surveys is through the interview.Brief opening remarks by each speaker stressing the importance of particular points.Williams cleared his throat, made a few introductory remarks about the occasion.Gorbachev delivered his opening remarks and Reagan replied.In that case, he may have to tape his concluding remarks before the story is actually over.Mr. Moynihan I am most grateful to the hon. Gentleman for his kind opening remarks.What then are the implications of our experiment for the questions that we raised in our introductory remarks?In the concluding remarks not only the main conclusions related to diffusion and production are summarized.
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