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debut

, début (dā′bū″, dā-bū′, deb′ū) [Fr. débuter, to make the first move in a game]
1. An introductory or premiere event, e.g., the release of a new drug or device.
2. A first experience of something, as of sexual intercourse or of a drug.
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New: Jaguar XJ will make its public debut at Salon Priv.
LIMITED: The new Astra Coupe 888 will make its public debut at the Scottish Motor Show
According to Fox News, after Facebook's hot public debut last year, Twitter's IPO generated huge-first day pop, underscoring how intrigued investors are with its potential and their willingness to shrug off its relative financial immaturity.
THE all new Ford Focus will be given its Irish public debut at the 7-Up Christmas on Ice event at the RDS which starts on November 18.
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Summary: North Korea's leader-in-waiting, the youngest son of ailing ruler Kim Jong-il, has made his public debut.
The poor girl was left beaming away uncomfortably as her fleshcoloured girdle made an unexpected public debut.
A RECORD number of important new cars will being making either their world, European or UK public debut at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed - to be held in the grounds of Goodwood House in West Sussex from June 22-24.
VOLKSWAGEN puts the sixth version of its best-selling family saloon, the Passat, on sale here next summer, following its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next March.