Noun(1) formally making a person known to another or to the public(2) a brief introductory passage to a piece of popular music
(1) Have your ever been fascinated by the design of the opening credits for a film, a flash intro to a web site, or a moving diagram in news broadcast?(2) A dear little announcerette rattled off expert intros to various gymnastic jingles, one of which featured dogs barking in the background.(3) Everything was pretty - as far as like speaking on the show, everything was pretty script, because they had to get 22 musical numbers and all the intros in in one hour.(4) For their program intros and bumpers, they anchor each show on an animated photo timeline that scrolls left across the screen.(5) Never having seen the intros in question, I can't really tell.(6) Not only that but there were interviews and track intros - this is rare for US acts, and very rare for a little independent guitar player from here!(7) The tubes were running as far as Farringdon but no further, so I got off and walked from there to ITN, arriving to find superproducer-Sam already at her desk working on my intros .(8) Much like their live shows, you'll find some great instrumental parts and intros that also very well complement the poppier side of the band.(9) They even edit the presentations and punch them up with good intros and music to make them even more entertaining.(10) And let's forget about playing the game entirely - you won't get any of the numerous tongue in cheek jokes, the intros won't make any sense, the interfaces will seem busy and complicated.(11) Whenever anyone with connections to the entertainment industry dies, the media can't wait to trot out one of their greatest cliché intros .(12) Each character progresses from congenial intros to naked tell-alls, though some of them are more self-aware than seems plausible.(13) As the 20 intros are also in ascending beats-per-minute order, this should make things slightly easier.(14) I'll do the intros and outros and it's a, kind of a, magazine show.(15) For example, the playlist gives you intros interspersed with clips in the appropriate order, but if your player is shuffling tunes it won't preserve that order.(16) The grade one students were amazing and their self intros were great.
(1) intro :: イントロ
1. introduction ::
2. presentation ::
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