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commence

verb arise, auspicate, begin, bring, broach, come into existence, come into the world, embark on, engage in, enter upon, inaugurate, incept, incipere, install, institute, introduce, launch, lay the foundaaions, make one's debut, open, originate, pioneer, put in execution, rise, set forth, set in operation, start, take the iniiiative, undertake, venture on
Associated concepts: commence a prosecution, commence a suit, commence by filing, commence by summons, commencement of a proceeding, commencement of a suit, commencement of a trial, commencement of action, duly commenced
See also: embark, initiate, originate, preface, stem, undertake
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Once government approvals and consent have been given, we are ready to move to the site and commence production.
When the deficiency is issued on or after the day on which the bankruptcy commences and before the termination of the automatic stay, or is issued less than 90 days before the bankruptcy commences (Situations 1 and 2, respectively), the bankruptcy effects the running of the SOL because of Bankruptcy Code Section 362(a)(8) and Sec.
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