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    lead-in
    [ noun ]
    1. the introductory section of a story

    2. <noun.communication>
      it was an amusing lead-in to a very serious matter
    3. wire connecting an antenna to a receiver or a transmitter to a transmission line

    4. <noun.artifact>


    lead-in \lead-in\ n.
    1. (Elec.) a wire connecting an antenna to a receiver or a
    transmitter to a transmission line.
    [WordNet 1.5]

    2. (Radio and Television Broadcasting) The short segment of a
    program or program script introducing and immediately
    preceding another part of the program or a commercial.
    [PJC]

    1. Even with the male-bashing hook, the fat-is-OK hook and the great lead-in on the evening schedule, the series won't work without warm, likeable characters.
    2. The fate of two other new comedies will rely in part on the popularity of their lead-in. "Major Dad" will be followed by a new offbeat fantasy-comedy, "The People Next Door."
    3. 'The lead-in will be bumpy and we're not going to get immediate remedies.' The much-cited headline figure for the benefit of the Gatt agreement to Australia's farm sector is a ADollars 900m-ADollars 1bn boost to annual agricultural exports.
    4. It could be the lead-in to a prime time crime show.
    5. That, NBC said, provided a poor lead-in for a repeat "Family Ties," which landed in the bottom 10, perhaps the worst performances ever for the formerly top-10 show.
    6. "Roseanne" served as a lead-in for the ABC premiere of the new series "Have Faith," with a spring debut at No. 3. The show is about three Roman Catholic priests and a monsignor in a Chicago parish.
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