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  1. #1

    To start things rolling

    Can someone give me a definition for this expression?
    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: To start things rolling

    To start a process.

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    Re: To start things rolling

    Thanks a lot!
    Have a good day or night, depending on when you are reading this.

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    Re: To start things rolling

    Day- and you too.

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