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1 controversy has swirled around the origins of the AIDS epidemic.
2 Like the notion of evil itself, they have ancient origins and appear in folklore and literature across the world.
3 It shows that environments not remotely natural in their origins can become lovely to inhabit.
4 From humble origins as a Jewish breakfast food, bagels have now become a favorite snack all over the world.
5 Since the yogic tradition from which both Buddhism and Taoism trace their origins is Indian, a thorough look at Eastern thought begins here, with the philosophy and mythology of Hinduism.
6 This basically means that the browser isolates content from different origins to guard them against manipulation.
7 The recent riots across Britain, whose origins many believe lie in an absence of either parental guidance or filial respect, seem to underline a profound difference between East and West.
8 The era privileged elegance and wit in its music above almost all other qualities, and Haydn, despite his rustic origins, was hardly lacking in either.
9 This Firefox crop circle sprouted up in a corn field in Oregon, but its origins are no mystery.
10 speaks of two types of loom that leave the worker's arms free: the draw loom, which is of Eurasian origin, and the pedal loom which is attributed to East Asian origins.
11 Theres a surprising similarity in the origins of English and Chinese idioms.
12 origins are probably from a mixture of African slave rhythms with traditional music of Portuguese sailors, with Arabic influence.
13 of tooth enamel the size of a nail clipping to trace his origins.
14 Then, in eighth or ninth grade, I studied astronomy, cosmology, and the origins of the universe.
15 The origins of these cultures are more or less obvious.
16 Much of the trouble can be traced to the difficulty of establishing a modern role for an imperial line so old that its origins are a matter of scholarly debate.
17 identification of food ingredients and the origins of foods through traceability studies have also been enhanced by molecular methods.
18 This general pale fiction of the ego as Nietzsche calls it has internal as well as external origins insofar as it also derives from the plurality of the drives.
19 To the delight of many New Zealanders, he bested all Australians bar Rupert Murdoch, a media mogul of Australian origins who has become an American citizen.
20 an umbrella indoors is supposed to bring bad luck, though the origins of this belief are murky.
21 But, this is not so surprising as many Western firms also owe their historical origins to the ideas of others.
22 It focuses on the origins of the languages, differences in syntax, learning curves of each language, database connections for each, and other USES for each language.
23 But if you trace back who we are, how we speak, how we think, many of those things have their origins in the King James Bible.
24 One possible explanation is that review panels are inferring applicants' ethnic origins from their names, or the institutions they attended as students.
25 We tracked it for several years, researched its origins and finally decided it was time to include it in the dictionary.
26 But the origins of this festival of candy and cupids are actually dark, bloody — and a bit muddled.
27 Darwin also wondered at the origins of the wolves, which were unusually small, and had reddish fur and relatively short jaws.
28 Its origins were from a time before 1307, but its hiding place after the Purge was a way to deprive Philip iv of the Templars' wealth and knowledge.
29 There are several possible origins for this superstition.
30 Why would you invent a myth of origins in which your ancestors are slaves?