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  • 1 Origin — Origin, origins, or original may refer to: Contents 1 Beginning of the universe and life 2 Science and technology 3 Computer …

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  • 2 Origin — (englisch origin „Ursprung, Beginn, Quelle, Verursacher“ etc.): Origin ist eine wissenschaftliche Software zur Analyse und Darstellung von Daten, siehe Origin (Software) Origin Systems war ein US amerikanischer Computerspiele Hersteller Origin… …

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  • 3 Origin PC — Type Privately Owned Industry Computer hardware Founded 2009 Headquarters Miami, Florida Key people Kevin Wasielewski, CEO Richard Cary, President Hector Penton, COO …

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  • 4 origin — origin, source, inception, root, provenance, provenience, prime mover denote the point at which something (as a process, a growth, a development, a custom, a habit, or an institution) begins its course or its existence. Origin applies chiefly to… …

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  • 5 Origin — Or i*gin, n. [F. origine, L. origo, iginis, fr. oriri to rise, become visible; akin to Gr. orny nai to stir up, rouse, Skr. [.r], and perh. to E. run.] [1913 Webster] 1. The first existence or beginning of anything; the birth. [1913 Webster] This …

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  • 6 Origin — альбом рок группы Evanescence. Origin альбом метал группы Borknagar. Origin программа научной графики и обработки данных. Origin последняя строчка фидошного письма. Origin американская дэт метал группа. Origin платформа цифровой дистрибуции… …

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  • 7 Origin — (origen en inglés) puede hacer referencia a: Origin (álbum), álbum de Evanescence; Origin Systems, desarrollador de videojuegos (1983 2004); Origin Game Fair, convención de videojuegos que tiene lugar cada año en Columbus (Ohio, Estados Unidos) …

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  • 8 origin — [ôr′ə jin, är′ə jin] n. [ME origyne < MFr origine < L origo (gen. originis) < oriri, to rise: see ORIENT] 1. a coming into existence or use; beginning 2. parentage; birth; lineage 3. that in which something has its beginning; source;… …

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  • 9 origin — I (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,… …

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  • 10 origin — [n1] cause, basis agent, ancestor, ancestry, antecedent, author, base, causality, causation, connection, creator, derivation, determinant, egg*, element, embryo, fountain, generator, germ, horse’s mouth*, impulse, inception, inducement, influence …

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  • 11 origin — ► NOUN 1) the point where something begins or arises. 2) a person s social background or ancestry. 3) Mathematics a fixed point from which coordinates are measured. ORIGIN Latin origo, from oriri to rise …

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  • 12 origin — (n.) early 15c., from M.Fr. origine, from L. originem (nom. origo) rise, beginning, source, from stem of oriri to rise, become visible, appear (see ORCHESTRA (Cf. orchestra)) …

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  • 13 origin — noun 1 time/place/reason that sth starts ADJECTIVE ▪ common ▪ independent ▪ doubtful (esp. BrE), obscure, unknown ▪ a letter of doubtful origin …

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  • 14 origin — The type of account ( house, customer, or customer non segregated) for which a trade was executed. Also see segregation type. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary * * * origin or‧i‧gin [ˈɒrdʒn ǁ ˈɔː , ˈɑː ] also origins noun [countable,… …

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  • 15 origin — or|i|gin W2 [ˈɔrıdʒın US ˈo: , ˈa: ] n [U and C] [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: origine, from Latin origo, from oriri to rise ] 1.) also origins [plural] the place or situation in which something begins to exist origin of ▪ a new theor …

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  • 16 origin — or|i|gin [ ɔrədʒın ] noun *** 1. ) origin or origins count the place or moment where something begins to exist: origin of: Meteorites may hold clues about the origin of life on Earth. origin in: The country s constitution had its origins in Roman …

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  • 17 origin */*/*/ — UK [ˈɒrɪdʒɪn] / US [ˈɔrədʒɪn] noun Word forms origin : singular origin plural origins 1) origin or origins [countable] the place or moment where something begins to exist origin of: Meteorites may hold clues about the origin of life on Earth.… …

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  • 18 origin — n. 1) in origin (the documents were Norse in origin) 2) of origin (she is of humble origin; the fire was of undetermined origin) * * * [ ɒrɪdʒɪn] of origin (she is of humble origin; the fire was of undetermined origin) in origin (the documents… …

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  • 19 origin — 01. The [origins] of many of the beliefs of Christianity can be found in a number of religions. 02. Sean Connery played the leading role in the [original] James Bond movies. 03. Dion is [originally] from Pittsburgh, but now lives in Harrisburg.… …

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  • 20 origin — noun 1) the origin of life Syn: beginning, start, commencement, origination, genesis, birth, dawning, dawn, emergence, creation, birthplace, cradle; source, basis, cause, root(s); formal radix 2) …

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