the sale and rental of private housing free of discriminatory practices or policies.
[oh-puh-ning] /ˈoʊ pə nɪŋ/ noun 1. an act or instance of making or becoming . 2. the act of a person or thing that . 3. an unobstructed or unoccupied space or place. 4. a void in solid matter; a gap, hole, or aperture. 5. a tract of land thinly wooded as compared with adjoining […]
noun 1. the first performance of a theatrical attraction, taking place in the evening: The audience was full of celebrities on opening night.
- Opening credits
noun a list of the most prominent people involved in a television broadcast or film, shown at the beginning of the program; also, this portion of the program; compare closing credits See closing credits Word Origin 1931
- Opening snap
opening snap n. A sharp, high-pitched click in early diastole, associated with the opening of the abnormal valve in cases of mitral stenosis.