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The law of God originates in his nature, but the attributes of his creatures are due to his sovereignty.
A normal river—in fact, all the greater streams of the earth—originates in high country, generally in a region of mountains.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
The picture which originates in a natural occurrence is always true if it is sincerely and frankly painted.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST
Whoever originates the dispute, an irreconcilcable spirit in both usually perpetuates it.
But it originates in functional disturbance, in exhaustion of the nervous system by intellectual exertion.
THE EDUCATION OF AMERICAN GIRLSANNA CALLENDER BRACKETT
This vast block of ice originates fundamentally from the glacial flow over the southern hinterland.
From these conditions originates the active predisposing cause of pneumonia, to which we have already alluded.
There thus originates an officialdom, organized on fixed principles and possessing carefully defined public privileges.
Siegfried of the Niebelungen saga originates purely as a mrchen-hero; Dietrich of Bern is an historical personage.
The taboo of the dead also originates from the opposition between conscious grief and the unconscious satisfaction at death.
THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN

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