origination

[ uh-rij-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF origination

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The power of origination is open to anyone, and we can either affirm the power or deny it.

I cannot separate the origination of ideas from the reception of ideas.

Of origination there is no speck in his reflections or spark in his style.

But what conception are we to form of the nature and mode of this Origination?

To ascribe the origination of order to law is a manifest evasion of the real problem.

The advantages of this method of origination are quite evident.

The origination of electric waves in a circuit by a sounding magnet.

In both cases the difference of the novella is in the motive, or the origination.

This is an example, not of reasoning only, but of origination.

Some power of origination animals, and dogs especially, certainly have.

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