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origin

(Ancestry), noun ancestral descent, birth, bloodline, derivation, descent, dynasty, extraction, family, filiation, genealogical tree, genealogy, heritage, kith and kin, line, line of ancestors, line of descent, lineage, origo, parentage, parenthood, pedigree, race, stock, tribe
Foreign phrases: Origine propria neminem posse voluntate sua eximi manifestum est.It is evident that no one by his own will can renounce his own origin.

origin

(Source), noun beginning, birth, birthplace, cause, commencement, cradle, creation, dawn, derivation, fons, font, foundation, fountainhead, genesis, inception, nascency, nativity, onset, origo, principium, root, starting point, wellspring
Foreign phrases: Ex facto jus oritur.Law arises out of facts. Causa et origo est materia negotii. The cause and origin are the substance of the transaction.
See also: affiliation, ancestry, basis, beginning, birth, bloodline, cause, derivation, descent, determinant, embryo, family, foundation, genesis, ground, inception, lineage, nascency, nationality, onset, outset, parentage, paternity, progenitor, reason, source, start
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OriginLab technical staff will be on hand at booth #487 highlighting new features in the latest version of the company's data analysis and graphing software, Origin 2015, in addition to Origin Viewer 9.
Other editions of "Dragon Age Origins" are also available at the Origin.
However with fresh cream, a third of products showed no origin statement, and only one sample in six showed where the milk came from, with half showing where it was manufactured.
This book is the first of its kind to provide a comprehensive overview of resistance mechanism in bacteria of animal origin rather than concentrating solely on zoonotic or foodborne bacteria.
In the descent to the natural world as opposed to the descent in the natural world, the object of descent remains in the presence (mandar) and under the dominion of the origin of descent.
The first principle underlined is that truth cannot contradict truth; there cannot be a real contrast or conflict between a truth of faith--or revealed truth--and a truth of reason, because both have God as origin.
SGI Origin 300 includes the revolutionary SGI NUMAflex shared-memory architecture for high-productivity computing (HPC) and complements the SGI technology already in use in Sikorsky's Advanced Design Infrastructure group to maintain a next-generation, transparent heterogeneous computing environment.
Nasopharyngeal cysts of branchial origin can develop at any point along an imaginary line drawn from the upper pole of the tonsil and behind the eustachian tube orifice (the so-called lower-level cysts) and along Rosenmuller's s fossa and medially and slightly forward of the midline of the nasopharyngeal vault (upper-level cysts).
Origin Hawaii, Costa Rica; originally from South Africa
Royal Philips Electronics NV has increased its stake in Netherlands-based IT services company Origin BV to 98% after taking up an option to buy 10% of Origin's shares from Beagle Investments BV, a financial consortium.
chemist who works as a patent lawyer but is respected among chemists who study the origin of life.
These cases strongly suggest that employers who give preferential treatment in employment opportunities based on race, color, national origin, and/or sex to remedy apparent past discrimination and diversify their work forces should review those employment decisions to ensure compliance with the law.