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properties attributable to your ancestry

the point of intersection of coordinate axes

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the source of something's existence or from which it derives or is derived

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What is happening, in my opinion, is that, as much as the great majority of people might wish otherwise, the evidence points increasingly to the correctness of the empiricist world view and away from the existence of a supreme designer who had anything to do with the origin of the human species--except, perhaps, as a bemused spectator of a grand experiment begun twelve billion to fifteen billion years ago when the physical laws of the universe were first manifested, a spectator who makes no response to our travail and prayers.
The existence of dual origins shifts the debate to the appropriate allocation method.
Select a hero for "Dragon Age Origins" from your saved file synced on the Origin account or choose a custom hero.
To start things off, SEGA's Total War Shogun 2: Fall of the Samurai is now available for pre-order to PC gamers on Origin.
"Chinese consumers are passionate about skin care and natural ingredients, so Origins will be very relevant to this market," added Carol Shen, general manager of The Estee Lauder Companies in China.
On the Origin of Species is a brilliant argument that proposes a mechanism to account for how one group of organisms might arise from a preexisting one.
When you spend more than pounds 25 on Origins skincare over pounds 25, you can choose from one of four starter sets for your beauty regime.
launched its Origins cosmetics division in 1990, the brand has always emphasized the use of natural ingredients for its skin care, body products, aromatherapy and makeup.
Raymond Rogers of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of California, published an article on the Shroud of Turin which dates the Shroud's origins at about 2000 years ago.
The Origins of the Southern Middle Class, 1800-1861.
Soulages's emphasis on the physical singularity of his paintings, underlined by the quantitative and temporal descriptions that constitute their titles, is self-deceptive, although his stated interest in origins suggests that he is concerned to become aware of the unconscious self that ultimately gives rise to them.
One vein of research--typically cited in support of relatively recent human origins solely in Africa--examines mitochondrial DNA.
L., "Bacterial origins" in Encyclopedia of Life Sciences, doi: 10.1038/npg.els.0000445.
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