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Yet we are utterly ignorant of their embryology: the true science of Origins is as yet scarcely in its cradle.
Mr. Elton (Origins, pp. 291, 292) looks upon Bran and Caradoc as original war gods.
For the origins of the system one must go back to social conditions in England in the seventeenth century.
He excused himself by the necessity of burying himself deeper in his books on Teuton origins and traits.
VILLA ELSASTUART HENRY
Why did they attack sacred antiquity and the origins of the Church?
Many modern social work procedures thus had their origins in the work of the Friends in a relatively small circle.
Curiosity with reference to origins is for various reasons the most marked element among modern scientific tendencies.
ON COMPROMISEJOHN MORLEY
He recognized the meaning of these words without placing in his mind their origins in some tongue he knew.
THE TREE OF LIFECATHERINE LUCILLE MOORE
We roped in a good little second-rate black-lead firm, and carried their origins back into the mists of antiquity.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
A large muscle of the upper arm, so called because it has two heads or origins.
ORTHOGRAPHYELMER W. CAVINS