He opened the window and looked out...
The church doors would open and the crowd would surge out.
The Inspector opened the packet of cigarettes...
The capsules are fiddly to open.
He opened the heavy Bible...
She opens her umbrella, and walks up River Street...
The flower opens to reveal a Queen Bee...
The officer's mouth opened, showing white, even teeth.
Double click on the icon to open the file.
When I opened my eyes I saw a man with an axe standing at the end of my bed...
His eyes were opening wide.
She opened her arms and gave me a big hug.
Good listeners even sit in an open way: relaxed, arms loose...
I play normal bunker shots with an open stance.
He had always been open with her and she always felt she would know if he lied...
She has an open, trusting nature.
The action is an open violation of the Vienna Convention...
Hearing the case in open court is only one part of the judicial process.
They are open to suggestions on how working conditions might be improved.
The system, though well-meaning, is open to abuse...
They left themselves wide open to accusations of double standards and hypocrisy.
The truth of the facts produced may be open to doubt...
It is an open question how long that commitment can last.
The rebels have opened the road from Monrovia to the Ivory Coast...
The solid rank of police officers lining the courtroom opened to let them pass.
The corridor opened into a low smoky room.
Officers will also continue their search of nearby open ground.
Don't leave a child alone in a room with an open fire.
I opened my coat and let him see the belt.
Banks closed on Friday afternoon and did not open again until Monday morning.
...a gang of three who'd apparently been lying in wait for him to open the shop.
...opening and closing times.
The original station opened in 1754...
The complex opens to the public tomorrow...
They are planning to open a factory in Eastern Europe...
The Savoy Theatre was opened in 1881 by Richard D'Oyly Carte.
...an emergency session of the Russian Parliament due to open later this morning...
They are now ready to open negotiations.
The service opened with a hymn...
She opened with an impressive version of 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For'...
I opened by saying, 'Honey, you look sensational.'...
Pollard opened the conversation with some small talk.
Gold declined $2 in Zurich to open at 385.50...
In Paris and Milan, the dollar opened almost unchanged.
A photographic exhibition opens at the Royal College of Art on Wednesday...
This show, too, was virtually sold out before it opened.
He tried to open an account at the branch of his bank nearest to his workplace.
There are a wide range of career opportunities open to young people.
The chief of naval operations wants to open opportunities for women in the Navy...
A series of fortunate opportunities opened to him.
A recent open meeting of College members revealed widespread dissatisfaction...
A portfolio approach would keep entry into the managerial profession open and flexible.
...an open invitation.
The offer will remain open until further notice.
Many are sleeping in the open because they have no shelter.
The medical service had advised us to keep it a secret, but we wanted it in the open.
The child had left the inner door wide open.
The competition has been thrown wide open by the absence of the world champion.