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debut

the first public appearance of an actor, musician, etc., or the first public presentation of a show
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A good debut does not guarantee long-lasting success
New York [USA], October 30 ( ANI ): Niall Horan conquered the Billboard 200 chart with his debut solo album 'Flicker'.
Ball impressed on his debut, starred in the final against West Germany and earned himself a pounds 110,000 move to Everton.
Neal Trotman and Liam Ridehalgh are back for Chesterfield and Nicky Ajose could make his debut.
Morris YA Debut Award winner is The Freak Observer written by Blythe Woolston and published by Carolrhoda Lab, an imprint of Carolrhoda Books, a division of Lerner Publishing Group.
Here is a list of notable players who have made their debuts since World War II, after turning 30: Alan Thompson, Celtic, England debut at age 30 v Sweden in 2004, caps 1.
Made his England debut the day after his 20th birthday and was immediately selected for Euro 2000.
HEIKKI KOVALAINEN (Finland) Age: 25 Debut Melbourne 2007.
Middleweight champion Anderson Silva, who has taken the organization by storm since his debut last summer, forced Travis Lutter to tap out at the 2:49 mark of the second round in a non-title fight.
Duncan Edwards (Debut v Cardiff, April 1953, aged 16): Edwards became the youngest player to appear in the First Division when he made his debut against Cardiff, aged only 16 years and 185 days.
A lifeline will be thrown to first-time buyers in Flintshire if housebuilder Redrow gets planning permission for its innovative new Debut product range at St David's Park, in Ewloe.
Also at HarperCollins/Amistad, Stacey Barney signed David Dante Troutt's fiction debut, Brownstone Queen, about the rise and fall of three members of a Harlem investment club who discover a game far more lucrative than the stock market.