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where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence

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As a step towards addressing these problems, Freire and collaborators have performed seminal work on provenance management.
Provenance is a term pertaining to the inherent lineage of objects as they evolve over time.
Hence, from science to food manufacturing, from data journalism to personal well-being, from social media to art, there is a strong interest in provenance.
And where previous artists engaging the idea of provenance have sought to undermine the cultural respectability of the last owners (for instance, Hans Haacke with Manet-PROJEKT '74, which revealed the Nazi links of the last private owner of the French artist's asparagus painting), Siegel's work shows how different ideas of value coexist in a world marked by vast cultural disparities.
Bespoke services on Provenance vehicles are relatively limited, but a new owner could order bespoke headrest embroidery or have some minor personalisation touches done on the interior which can be shipped and installed locally.
As the four themes suggest, there is more to provenance than "lists.
That is why only the finest previously-owned Rolls-Royce motor cars attain the Provenance title.
Sir, Last week's Focus on Butter & Spreads suggested British butter brands are missing a trick in terms of flagging up their provenance (2\July, P47).
Gary Boom, founder of London-based fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index, said: "The prices were encouraging but not surprising and shows how important the provenance is and how essential it is to buy from trusted and immaculate sources.
A comparison of its three regions of provenance, (1) Sierra de Grazalema, (2) Sierra Bermeja, (3) Sierra de las Nieves, was included in this evaluation.
Given such external pressures on libraries, tracking provenance becomes an immense challenge.
Last June most of America's museums adopted a 'magna carta' concerning archaeological works of art that lack a provenance earlier than 1971.
The Rolls-Royce Provenance programme offers new car peace of mind and ensures that only the finest examples of the marque gain the Provenance seal of approval.
But although the book Ellison used has, in the words of the Washington Post, "an unassailably all-American provenance," and provided him with "a savvy bit of political symbolism," it is probably safe to say that Jefferson never swore an oath on the Koran.
Curator Geary discusses provenance and survey scholarship to a simply beautiful presentation of Oceanic artifacts.