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I think we can see Liz’s story is sort of an origin point for so many cultural themes today.
Its 2018 report, “Reclaiming Native Truth,” explored the perceptions that Americans have of Native people, the origins of those perceptions and the impact that the perceptions have on Native people, particularly children.
In speaking with Parents for Peace, however, she began to think more about the origins of his views.
The notion of centering my column on “new” revelations about the origins of the Pentagon Papers seemed to be collapsing.
SEEING THE PENTAGON PAPERS IN A NEW LIGHTBY STEPHEN ENGELBERGFEBRUARY 3, 2021PROPUBLICA
The scenario involved one storm, with origins in the Pacific Ocean, that would race across the country, die out over Ohio, and then hand off its energy to a secondary storm developing off the Mid-Atlantic coast.
Neubert’s team described the jet’s origins online January 20 in Nature.
Marketers can utilize VPN to change their IP address in order to skim through competitors’ websites, blogs, ads, or keywords without them knowing the origin of web traffic.
By some accounts, that system, capitalism, has its origins just a mile from the grocery store.
State media has also been amplifying and twisting research to suggest that the origins of the virus lie elsewhere.
She was a pioneer in determining the structure of RNA, which helped her and her doctoral adviser figure out how it could be the origin of all life on this planet.

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