After Christianity took root
, a legendary figure named Saint Nicholas became a symbol of the gift-giving tradition among Christians.
Nearly two years after the product revival of GM's Saturn brand took root
with the introduction of the Sky roadster, the flurry of activity will cap with the introduction of the 2008 Saturn Astra, marking the demise of the much-maligned Saturn Ion.
Ireland and Scotland offer a handy comparison because the Reformation took root
in the latter but not the former.
Yecke argues that modern practice took root
in the 1970s and 1980s as a consequence of "plateau learning theory." This theory, that brain growth slows during the middle-school years, combined with an undue concern for nonacademic considerations to produce the modern middle school.
The big-leaf maple tree at Coburg and Game Farm roads (right) just north of Eugene took root
about the time Ulysses S.
Ballet took root
in Brazil when the Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro developed its ballet company in the 1930s.
But as insurance buyers turned into risk managers, they turned a critical eye to managing risks in every department and operation, the concept of enterprisewide (or holistic) risk took root
The idea of an activity of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance (IAEVG) in the United States first took root
at the IAEVG conference in Berlin in August 2000.