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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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Earlier, England Cricket Board took to Twitter to share both Jones and Gordon's pictures with their families after receiving commemorative caps."Congrats Amy & Kirstie on your Test debuts![?] Both were awarded a commemorative cap to mark the occasion," [?]England Cricket Board tweeted.
United have given more players Premier League debuts in the final match of the season than any other side
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Idols have to go through a training period before making a debut.
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Among the unveilings will be world debuts from major manufacturers including Bentley, BMW, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, General Motors, Jaguar and Volkswagen.
Other manufacturers conducting world debuts include BMW, Ford, Jaguar and Daimler Chrysler, all of whom are keeping quiet on specific details.