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It puzzles me to think how it could possibly have originated.
CHARLOTTE BRONTT. WEMYSS REID
The plan which General Lee adopted may have been his own, but the idea first originated in the soldierly brain of Longstreet.
The Apocalypse is absolute proof as to how they originated, and that they were prevalent when it was written.
If it originated earlier, it now received a very considerable development.
ANCIENT SOCIETYLEWIS HENRY MORGAN
I can only assure you, in reply, that I would not have originated this topic on any account.'
Here, again, as in the case of Mercury and Venus, the appearance has originated the idea.
ASTRONOMY FOR AMATEURSCAMILLE FLAMMARION
A variety said to have originated in Nansemond County, Va.; whence the name.
It was I who originated the dreadful insinuations against Mr. Corway.
AN OREGON GIRLALFRED ERNEST RICE
It was presumed that rats had originated the fire from wax matches which had been left lying on a small shelf.
He also originated the idea of using only one inking-pad and shifting it from side to side to ink the type-wheels.
EDISON, HIS LIFE AND INVENTIONSFRANK LEWIS DYER AND THOMAS COMMERFORD MARTIN

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