Armstrong initiated the talks last month by sending Huffington an e-mail asking if they could meet.
Helen Taft initiated legislation established in health and safety codes in federal workplaces.
As vice president, group editorial director of Homes & Lifestyles Publishing, he initiated coverage of sustainable development.
But for reasons that are not clear, NCIS went ahead and initiated an inquiry.
Then he initiated the disastrous Six-Day War against Israel.
The true function of poetry, then, is to give secret knowledge of the mysteries of nature to the initiated.
But those who have been initiated will understand it without the aid of illustration.
All progress is initiated by challenging current concepts, and executed by supplanting existing institutions.
She explained its meaning, and then initiated his companions.
He founded no system; he contributed nothing of importance to philosophical science; he initiated nothing which has survived him.
"one who has been initiated," 1811, from past participle adjective initiate (c.1600); see initiate (v.).
c.1600, "introduce to some practice or system," also "begin, set going," from Latin initiatus, past participle of initiare "to begin, originate," from initium "beginning" (see initial). In some senses a back-formation from initiation. Related: Initiated; initiates; initiating; initiator.