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noun appearance, debut, initial, gambit, opening
See also: nascency, onset
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Lohan was rumored to have been paid as much as $1 million to appear nude in the shoot modeled after Marilyn Monroe's 1953 spread which was the cover of Playboy's debut issue. According to records, Monroe was paid only $50 for the 1949 photo shoot which helped her rise to fame.
The 'Iron Man 3' star, who covers the debut issue of Beach magazine, talked to the publication about how seeing her own father's health dwindle made her open her eyes, Us magazine reported.
Gulf International Bank (GIB) has announced the successful completion of its senior unsecured $ 500 million 5-year debut issue under its $ 4 billion Euro Medium Term Note Program.
The senior unsecured, five-year debut issue was offered under the bank's USD4bn Euro Medium Term Note programme.
MANAMA: Gulf International Bank (GIB) has successfully completed its senior unsecured $500 million five-year debut issue under its $4 billion Euro Medium Term Note Programme.
This debut issue of Sarasota Health brings together a host of resources and stories.
THOUGH IT MAY LOOK LIKE an abstract play of shadows, the image on the cover of Artforum's 1962 debut issue is, in fact, a kinetic sculpture--a jittery, vaguely anthropomorphic contraption of springs and spare parts--by the Swiss artist-provocateur Jean Tinguely.
In a study published in the debut issue of G4H, Kognito's "Family of Heroes" game was found to be an effective tool in helping families of veterans take an active role in encouraging veterans exhibiting psychological stress to seek help.
Gentile, PhD, of Iowa State University and lead author of the study published this week in the debut issue of APA's journal Psychology and Popular Media Culture.
Summary: UASC mandates DB, UBS and Mitsubishi for investor meetings; Roadshows kick off Thursday in Singapore; Potential bond will be company's debut issue; Co does not intend to get a credit rating
And Jack Davis, who was there at the beginning, drawing the horror spoof "Hoohah!" that appeared in MAD's debut issue in 1952.
The debut issue of Debbie Duhn's Take Root magazine will be available at Sundance Natural Foods, Eugene Backyard Farmer, Corsair Rose in Gateway Mall and other locations: www.takerootmagazine.com.