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(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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Dershowitz's approach to the origin of rights is significant in that it provides secularists with a valid theoretical basis from which to discuss the concept of fundamental human rights.
Human origins were convincingly characterized in the book as being both selfish and caring.
Reading The Origins of African American Literature places some hitherto undervalued writers in new contexts, which may well spur more research on figures who as yet are but slenderly appreciated in our current canon of pre-New Negro Renaissance literature.
From 1871 until 1917 the prelates-to-be came from seminaries scattered over the entire Russian Empire, reflecting the pronounced trend of geographical diversification which has already been noted as a characteristic feature of the episcopate's regional origins during this period.
The selection criteria included respondents who reported both single and multiple origins in the 1986, 1991 and 1996 censuses.
However, to use any allocation method, the taxpayer must first prove dual origins.
which provided that a violation is shown when an employee demonstrates that "race, color, religion, sex, or national origin was a motivating factor,"(6) in an employment action.
Condemned: Criminal Origins features amazingly photorealistic environments and true-to-life sound effects that transport players directly to the scene of the crime.
Butler attempts more than topical satire, questioning even his own belief that origin could be recovered and authority reclaimed.
A glaring omission is the work of William Bascom, who is perhaps the only scholar whose life's work was directly involved with origins of New World African narratives.
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