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1. The Angora originated in Turkey.
2. Now this is where it originated.
3. His mother originated from Italy.
4. ORIGINATED the religion of Islam!.
5. It originated in the Orient and was.
6. Now selfishness originated with Satan.
7. We need to know where they originated.

8. Origin: This term originated with the U.
9. Rattigan believed the noise originated.
10. This error probably originated with Mr.
11. They appear to have originated from here.
12. The law actually originated in the Talmud.
13. The sport of surfing originated in Hawaii.
14. That the movement thus originated assumed.
15. His only concrete memories originated from the.
16. One story told how the stew’s name originated.
17. Science originated from the human fear of death.
18. Was it known how it originated? I demanded.
19. I submit to you that the phrase never originated.
20. The word SQUAW originated in the Algonquin languages.
21. Mastiffs originated in Asia and were used in warfare.
22. The Border collie originated in the border region of.
23. Science originated from the human obsession with death.
24. Both the Rough Collie and the Sheltie originated in the.
25. Where this preposterous belief originated, I’d surely.
26. It is one of the oldest alternative medicine originated.
27. But both of those originated from Helios, didn’t they?
28. THE PHARISEES: The Pharisees originated in the time of the.
29. Our species originated, by the way you measure time, about.
30. When you begin using foods for their originated purpose you.
31. Iniquity originated in Lucifer, and he imparts it into lives.
32. Steer coaching originated as a coaching model for on-the-job.
33. Some scholars are of the view that this sect originated with.
34. At that point nobody knew where the red flag had originated.
35. Manfred didn’t want to think about where the dust originated.
36. They would have known the picture originated from in the ocean.
37. Maryann can look up the call and find out where it originated.
38. Nothing of value! Nothing to indicate where the cape originated.
39. Apparently it originated with the French mathematician, Poincare.
40. Say, Roam the earth, and observe how He originated the creation.
41. The vertical spread is a name that originated on the trading floor.
42. Could any of them have originated in Africa, by any chance?
43. She originated from the year 2012 and appeared in 1940 near London.
44. Indeed it was from the face wounds that the pool of blood originated.
45. Tammas chuckled, wondering if she knew where that line had originated.
46. Though tung oil originated in China, much of it is now exported from.
47. The idea had originated in the 2012 Gujarat assembly election campaign.
48. Belief in subliminal messaging appears to have originated in 1957 with.
49. They originated from off to his left, beyond a high brick retaining wall.
50. Coffee originated in Ethiopia, but was first cultivated in the Arab world.
51. Mr Drewsbeck asked you to trace where the red flag had originated?
52. All bitcoins in existence at one point originated as such a block reward.
53. Those who do not resolve their conflicts that originated as far back as.
54. Because life could not have originated on land, some evolutionists propose.
55. Tubby was convinced the transmissions originated on the west coast of Canada.
56. Just that they either originated from or somehow passed through his account.
57. The word originated, according to Diez, in the Latin phrase est mihi in odio.
58. Mark Zuckerberg as young as 19 originated a facebook to replace e-mail.
59. THE PHARISEES: The Pharisees originated in the time of the Maccabees and died.
60. He doesn't know where it originated, and he doesn't really know what it means.
61. THE PHARISEES were originated in the time of the Maccabees, and probably died.
62. A signal is originated in the processor and the power amplifier makes it huge.
63. Then my mind uses these events to identify the behavior that has originated it.
64. These organizations can assist all the processes originated or relative to the.
65. The phrase cold turkey originated in hospitals when heroin withdrawal was.
66. The word originated from French tailler, which means a part cut out of the whole.
67. The saying "God helps those who help themselves" could well have originated here.
68. The second concept is the Vibro-Wind Panel which originated at Cornell University.
69. I surmised that the Arab princess, Raymonds employer, originated from a tribe of.
70. The history of Feng Shui originated in the West Han dynasty around third century BC.
71. Believed to be one of the herbs from which modern day Aspirin originated from.
72. There are many other charting methods that are purported to have originated in Japan.
73. This idea originated from the realization that photons are also electromagnetic waves.
74. The Jewish Left originated the current use of hate crimes as a criminal charge.
75. In the jungle everything returns to the humus from whence it originated, substance.
76. It originated from the Moorish prominent era with their invasions of Spain near 800 A.
77. He passed on to me other grim stories that originated with Andrew or Cheung, probably.
78. This style originated in one of the most famous monasteries of China, located in the.
79. This idiom originated from the Chinese battle strategy the Honma was said to have read.
80. These rules originated in early Egypt (and before) and were used by them for millennia.
81. Maize originated in Mexico, and within two hundred years had spread the length of North.
82. It was a little different, more pungent, and one felt that this was where it originated.
83. There was never a trace of what had caused the interference and where it had originated.
84. While my ancestors may have originated in Massachusetts, I was born and raised in Wales.
85. The postcards James had sent me had originated in several large and small European cities.
86. Wren and Kim monitored the mountain where the column had originated under the assumption.
88. He was supposed to phone in on a late conference call this evening that originated in L.
89. He is said to have originated the title of the celebrated tract from the pen of the latter.
90. Throughout this book I demonstrate that these wisdom symbologies originated from a deeply.
91. The current fitness techniques of today originated from bodybuilding protocols of yesterday.
92. It is thus, as I believe, that all the most complex and wonderful instincts have originated.
93. This religion is closely associated with the West, but its core wisdom originated in Israel.
94. These simple arguments prove nothing, but are forwarded to suggest that conflicts originated.
95. What was the fact in this case? The measure originated in the Committee of Foreign Relations.
96. Section and return the problems to the sections where they had originated, to be solved there.
97. The diagonal spread is one of those option naming stories that originated on the trading floor.
98. THE PHARISEES were originated in the time of the Maccabees, and probably died out soon after A.
99. THE PHARISEES: The Pharisees originated in the time of the Maccabees and died out soon after A.
100. It occurred to me that it might be interesting to find out how some of these idioms originated.
1. Her memory of the prayer originating.
2. It’s an ancient technique originating from Arabia.
3. Fulton has but little merit in originating the thing.
4. Adhyatmic afflictions are those originating in the body.
5. Point of Origin: The originating energy of the universe.
6. With a smooth motion originating from the past, rushing.
7. Fulton has little merit in originating this thing, 220;.
8. Originating from the Solutions Focused Approach the OSKAR.
9. The SFT is an old English breed of dog originating in the.
10. VI - resources originating from tax incentives in the terms.
11. Kempo has been around for many years, originating from Japan.
12. That is a negative reason originating from fear and cowardice.
13. Originating in the Mediterranean and also China, it is actually a.
14. The force field and tractor beam is originating in an ancient.
15. This I have done on all reports originating with the Jordanian side.
16. Her ears suddenly picked up a familiar sound originating in the sky before her.
17. That was a burst of healing energy originating from Nancy Laplante in Jerusalem.
18. Another aspect is to use website statistics to determine where traffic is originating.
19. The art of Shootfighting is very old, originating from Japan as a way of self defense.
20. When oneness is not recognized, restrictions might be regarded as originating from the.
21. The latter’s study would still be less detailed than that made by the originating bankers.
22. Nancy sat next and grabbed her flute, playing a few tunes originating from various centuries.
23. Beliefs are concepts ó originating from yourself or from others ó that constitute a built-in.
24. Yelping, howling, caterwauling—these and other woeful cries are originating from this ossuary.
25. They did indeed have anatomical similarities to Earth’s insects and reptiles, though originating.
26. The unconscious terrorizes the conscious conditioning it as it wish originating from your childhood.
27. Originating in Southeast Asia and southern China, oranges have been cultivated for the last 4,000 years.
28. The younger, though she had it too, seemed rather to be following an example than originating an attitude.
29. He would simply remove the Honduran customs seal and reship it, manifested as cargo originating in Mexico.
30. The Texas joke, on the other hand, is a revered institution, beloved and in many cases originating in Texas.
31. Even with its ruin and bleakness, the marvelous tales originating from the province had always fascinated her.
32. Originating from the Yang-Tsé Valley in China, the kiwi is planted now in New Zealand in rows sixteen feet apart.
33. The last train on ten… that would have been the Metroliner from Philly, Wilmington, Baltimore, originating in Washington.
34. There has been long-felt mysticism about snakes in various cultures around the world; this mysticism must have an originating premise.
35. It was an error of the American people, originating in a period antecedent to the Revolution; it grew out of our colonial regulations.
36. The bar’s waitress, a very pretty young woman originating from the Indian sub-continent, then went behind the bar to prepare an order.
37. Just why we, as a nation, are beset by the idea of reproducing instead of originating beautiful gardens is a question apart from this discussion.
38. Most are of Christian content but there are documents of historical importance originating from emperors, patriarchs, prelates, rulers and sultans.
39. Among so many oddities originating in so many places, Florentino Ariza was certainly among the oddest, but not to the point of attracting undue attention.
40. That is, the ‘words’ originating from the personal agendas and perceptions of humans mixed with the ‘words’ originating from the inspiration of ‘God’.
41. This can be the result of an error in the formation of the packet (in the originating NIC) or evidence of corruption occurring during the packet’s transmission.
42. Stomach ulcers are thought of as originating mostly in the mind; "strain" we cal it, but what is mental strain other than worry over certain conditions, or our vivid.
43. One of the software changes that had been incorporated into the new Disruptor was the ability for the originating ship to order it to abandon its current target and seek a new one.
44. The originating place is called the source of information, although it is only a source in the sense that a material pattern is thought to emanate from a particular object or place.
45. In relation to the warmth of the climate, I will state two other facts, originating, as I believe, in the prevalence of the southern current of air from the Mexican Gulf along the Ohio river.
46. Soon she was certain that the noises came from wild creatures of some kind, the more so when, originating in the boughs overhead, they were followed by the fall of a heavy body upon the ground.
47. Today, many of the issues with collisions on an Ethernet network have been eliminated with shared, full-duplex, point-to-point channels between the node originating transmission and the receiver.
48. This realistic notion of humankind originating from a base of imperfection compliments and supports the scientific evidence - explored later - describing humans having evolved directly from the animal world of Apes.
49. Writing is in essence, language, and language is the form of communication originating from thoughts, feelings, attitudes, values, beliefs and experiences humans have about interactions with Self, others, and the world.
50. Persistence is a force originating from within whereas all other forms of wisdom are external and hence are subject to erosion with the passage of time but the sport that persistence provides is from within and is everlasting.
51. Product acquisition or service that is originating from external suppliers in the international market: This situation happens when there are need of acquisition of products and services that lack in the Coordenational Structure.
52. Yet it contains the beginning and the end of all philosophical speculation; it demonstrates a causal relation between the Infinite and the finite, for Karma is that Infinite Power which adjusts each effect to its originating cause.
53. But rather, has been unequivocally and categorically without a whisper of doubt, transcended all transgressions, winning victory over all that which may have been perceived as originating from any super natural and supreme evil being.
54. Therefore, any country, it can be rich or poor, can implement our proposal and to invest in itself or in other countries because resources originating from outturn and financial amount of aid or international loan result already exist.
55. Product acquisition or service that is originating from external suppliers in the national market: This situation happens when there is the lack of products or services that are not yet supplied internally by the Coordenational Structure.
56. The computer experts and security staff all had very little to go on, since every transaction appeared to be perfectly legal, originating or terminating within the banks’ clearing system via the internet, but then coming to a dead-end.
57. A hidden soul seemed to be flowing forth from Rosamond's fingers; and so indeed it was, since souls live on in perpetual echoes, and to all fine expression there goes somewhere an originating activity, if it be only that of an interpreter.
58. This salvation, originating in the depths of the Divine Love, is destined to end in restoration of the Kingdom of Heaven upon the earth,—the fourth and final stage of the development of the 'purpose of the ages’ (pro>qesin twn aiw>nwn, Eph.
59. So, why aren’t there more people in the Federation that have telekinetic abilities? Could it be that kironide is a controlled substance? What, drugs are still illegal in the future? Or maybe it has to come from fresh fruits from the originating planet.
60. It has a spirit world-view, and in cultures where you go to in the world, some of the things that are evident in every culture I've gone to, is the evidence of witchcraft, of cultism, and strong manifestations of spiritual power originating from evil spirits.
61. Misses Dows, I am the intelligence officer of this headquarters and Washington never deemed appropriate to communicate to us the information originating with Nancy Laplante, even though it would have been highly relevant to help prepare the defense of the Pacific.
62. Although infancy and childhood are the initial and originating building blocks for an individual’s personal and spiritual well-being, we need to remember that it is never too late for anyone to start loving others and/or to start loving others more such is the power of love.
63. As noted previously, the idea of life as we know and view it today, originating and evolving from the conception and development of a single biological cell, is extremely complex and difficult to comprehend, but maybe better understood through the notion of DNA pre-programming.
64. And the startling sublime fact of the new world sociability, if we will but see it, is giving tremendous urgency to every possible means of originating, multiplying, communicating, and sending on and around from nation to nation, the forces of the world-redeeming Gospel of Jesus Christ.
65. In a paper titled “Stocks as lotteries,” Barberis–Huang (2008) develop a model in which investors overvalue (“overweight”) low-probability events (an idea originating from Kahneman and Tversky’s prospect theory) and then overpay for assets with positively skewed, or lottery-type, return distributions.
66. In this way, adults orient their children by the originating experiences they deposit as attractors: the who am I and what should I be? Yet, even though every parent affects their child's development, there is no universal script for raising an obedient child, a model student and a perfect citizen, there is only what you do.
67. The power of the human mind, for Minsky, lies in its vast repertoire of different ways to think, and in its ability to switch among them in order to pursue its goals…[He] acknowledges that it is useful for us to conceive of our goals as originating from our ‘selves’—mental constructs that embody our personal identities.
68. But why doesn’t the Creator intervene and prevent the horrific and painful accidents and tragedies originating from both natural disasters and voluntary human behaviours in our daily lives? Firstly, there appears to be no concrete evidence to suggest that God intervenes in any way on a daily basis to prevent suffering in the world.
69. To reflect that each one who enters imagines himself to be the first to enter whereas he is always the last term of a preceding series even if the first term of a succeeding one, each imagining himself to be first, last, only and alone whereas he is neither first nor last nor only nor alone in a series originating in and repeated to infinity.
70. There appears to be among Men of Science a Will towards God but nothing approximating the traditional Godlike Qualities that typify the faith of true believers but rather the assumption of godlike features originating from Reason‘s assault on Faith, that, having shaken its resistance, seeks to discredit the conventional propositions of Eternal Wisdom.
71. If he acted in contravention of his secret orders, over which his power was absolute, he became responsible to his sovereign for his non-observance of them; but his public acts must necessarily be binding and obligatory, originating, as they must be considered, in the general and avowed powers of the Minister, exercised in conformity to his private instructions.
72. Above us, huddled among the brown weeds, there floated objects originating from all over: tree trunks ripped from the Rocky Mountains or the Andes and sent floating down the Amazon or the Mississippi, numerous pieces of wreckage, remnants of keels or undersides, bulwarks staved in and so weighed down with seashells and barnacles, they couldn't rise to the surface of the ocean.
73. The appropriate contextual and metaphorical interpretation of Scripture can replace the perceived reality of pure literal interpretation of Scripture, allowing for the reconciliation of the scientific evidence of creation with Scripture’s stories of creation with regard to the predetermination of creation through evolution originating with the ‘big bang’ or ‘the Word’.
74. My heart may have originated the dream, but would my heart alone have been capable of originating the awful event which happened to me afterwards? How could I alone have invented it or imagined it in my dream? Could my petty heart and my fickle, trivial mind have risen to such a revelation of truth? Oh, judge for yourselves: hitherto I have concealed it, but now I will tell the truth.
75. Firstly, through belief in sectors of parapsychology being viewed as credible viable sources of esoteric knowledge regarding one’s fate, any intuitive intuition, any spark of innate spirituality, and any belief in a ‘Power’, ‘Supreme Being’ or ‘Creator’ originating from outside one’s terms of reference, no matter how fragile or seemingly insignificant, can be inadvertently snuffed out or redirected.
76. If it is scientifically verifiable that the same supernatural design qualities are found in both the Old and New Testaments, would both then not need to be considered as originating from the same source and that both would be equally true, valid and important? Can we find any linkage between the New and Old Testaments that would confirm that they are meant to go together and that would reveal additional information not visible when considering only the Old Testament in isolation?
77. How can they, even, who take no active part in it,—the spectators, whose indignation would be aroused by accounts of private violence, even though it be but the ill-usage of a horse,—how can they allow this shocking business to go on without rising in wrath to resist it, crying aloud, "No, we will not allow you to flog or to kill starving men because they refuse to surrender their last property villainously attempted to be wrested from them!" And not only are men found willing to do these deeds, but most of them, even the chief instigators, like the steward, the landowner, the judge, and those who take part in originating prosecution and punishment, the Governor, the Minister of State, the Czar, remain perfectly calm, and show no sign of remorse over such things.
1. This word originates from Shambala.
2. It originates in the pencilled area.
3. It originates in the German region of.
4. This is where accounting originates from.
5. Illusion originates as a conflict between.
6. A Duality always originates from a Totality.
7. God originates creation, and then repeats it.
8. This is where the title of the movie originates.
9. All human culture originates from singing and dancing.
10. If it originates from a high, the result will be a low.
11. Leipzig is the city in Germany where this dish originates.
12. Love never originates from man; it only plays through man.
13. Water originates from a composition of hydrogen and oxygen.
14. The idea of immortality originates from the fear of death.
15. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force.
16. Most disease originates from discord between the mind and body.
17. A plant that originates in Africa, khella, is also considered.
18. If the time span originates at a low, the result will be a high.
19. And it is from this couple that the whole of mankind originates.
20. The Father originates, the Son reveals, and the Spirit executes.
21. The one that originates is not greater than the one that executes.
22. Snow originates from the water vapor that is condensed into clouds.
23. All human trauma originates from undigested-unprocessed experience.
24. When we use two eyes to look at repressed hatred, which originates.
25. Maybe this is where the expression ‘off your trolley’ originates.
26. The beginning of human cruelty originates from over-intensive tool-use.
27. All secrecy originates from tool-use, one-sided separation, insulation.
28. Th e term catharsis originates from ancient Greek theatre where.
29. All need for any kind of faith originates from fear: the fear of death.
30. It originates and it dies when the economic transactions really happen.
31. The concept of identicality originates from the concept of the absolute.
32. They are from the 34th century, where the Time Patrol originates from.
33. Everything originates in Heaven, and the Great Heaven makes no mistakes.
34. Empathy originates in the family, in babies even before they leave the womb.
35. This count is an important count because it originates at an important low.
36. While the AMY receives a great deal of sensory input, little of this originates.
37. An ordering bank is the one that originates a wire transfer as per the order placed.
38. The need for attention originates from a lack of self-esteem and an imbalanced psyche.
39. Have they not seen how God originates the creation, and then reproduces it? This is easy for God.
40. Cartesian deception that opposes and prevents this knowledge, yet the meditation originates from.
41. But this does not prove that everything you hear and see on television originates inside the receiver.
42. He originates creation, and then He repeats it, to reward those who believe and do good deeds with equity.
43. It is from this that all human linear tool-use and ultimately all abstract linear reality originates from.
44. The Buddhist shrine of Pagoda originates from the Indian Stupas then spread along the trade routes to China.
45. The greed for wealth, power, Status and knowledge all originates from the tool-based dynamic of accumulation.
46. Ayat Allah’s is different from Muhammad because his line of blood originates from the missing Imam of Sheism.
47. Knowledge originates in science; wisdom, in true philosophy; truth, in the religious experience of spiritual living.
48. This is where the title of the movie originates and we all need laughs to survive the daily challenges in the workplace.
49. Just as the concept of absolute separation originates from tool use: so does the practice of all ritualized human behavior.
50. We do deeds and endure from the fruitage that originates from the divinity in us, such as love, peace, goodness, joy, and kindness.
51. In contrast, everything that originates from neediness or fears is the indication of lack of structure and typically does not last.
52. The majority of scripture we looked at so far originates from the Old Testament, but what does the bible say, in the NEW TESTAMENT?
53. With the act of the validation among corporations extinguished the Virtual Coin Real for who pays and it originates for who receives.
54. Another major LLH interval originates at the bottom of the reaction from Peak 1 and counts 227 days to the bottom of the Separating Decline.
55. But regardless of this, the fact that burial of our dead originates from humans trying to cover up their crimes cannot be covered up anymore.
56. All of our hatred and anger originates and germinates on this unhealthy pillar and they damage life, ourselves and others on and on, into eternity.
57. The body cannot do sin without permission from the soul, fornication between a man and woman who are not married to each other originates in man's soul.
58. The concept of the holy war, declared, fought and won by Yahweh, God of Israel, originates in traditions of the God as a divine warrior which are found in the Hebrew Bible.
59. Some common definitions include criteria such as metabolism, growth, reproduction; and responses to stimuli or adaptation to the environment, that originates within the organism.
60. The 12 Biggest Business Problems You Cannot Solve: Are All Really Mental This case study originates from some ongoing corporate work with certain executives from a major global organisation.
61. As you may have noticed already, there is some very high technology in use at this conference, thanks to the generous support of the Global Council, the society from the 34th century where the Time Patrol originates.
62. And they who believed from the twelfth mountain which was white are the following: they are as infant children in whose hearts no evil originates; nor did they know what wickedness is but always remained as children.
63. You must understand that all humanity originates from and comes from people willingly or unwillingly subsuming their own humanity and bowing to the dictates of an inhumane system that is not human and has no humanity.
64. Scientists’ work originates from rational theories that endeavour to search out, define, and describe these hypothetical laws in controlled and methodological studies and then explaining them in human ‘scientific’ terms.
65. The entire insanity of observing and doing nothing, the entire insanity of being a mindless, mentally detached insane spectator originates from reptilian bird entities who have been doing just that: for hundreds of millions of years.
66. If, some fine day, all housewives awoke to the fact that most of the trouble in the world originates in the kitchen, there would shortly be a little more interest in kitchen problems and not so much distaste for and neglect of this important part of the house.
67. Past life regressions bring a lot of subconscious flotsam and jetsam up to the conscious mind, which is necessary because everything originates in the conscious mind, and can only be controlled or dispelled by the conscious mind; but first the conscious mind has to be made aware of it.
68. This is why the idea, the concept of ownership and possession, is totally evil: it originates out of the millions of years when undead considered living humans to be their possessions, the foul evil idea of owning a living soul by their filthy secret poisoning of innocent living people.
69. That is, the whole energy-information Essence, fundamental principle (causal relation) of “karmonations” that structure the vibration range characteristic of the visual manifestation of the NUU-VVU-Configurations focused by Us originates in “the future”, in the Worlds of the 4th-5th dimensions.
70. Any difference in one thing from any other thing originates only on the basis of differences in possibilities and methods of functioning of wave structures of the Self-Consciousness of each of the Forms created from the same Energy-Plasma, Which infinitely surpasses all our limited conceptions of Matter.
71. For example, a fire appears in our Formo-systems of Worlds as a material process far from at once, but originates in the 4th-5th dimensions in the form of someone’s Desires to feel, experience and see this phenomenon exactly in this form of its expression, that is, as someone’s strong SFUURMM-Form about a fire.
72. But the complexity of this bio-chemical physiological reaction is evident when we understand that a thought or desire to want to move a muscle, etcetera, is required to initiate the automatic transmission of the electrical signal that originates in the motor cortex that travels from neuron to neuron, and finally to the muscle.
73. And do you not also think, as I do, that the harsh feeling which the many entertain towards philosophy originates in the pretenders, who rush in uninvited, and are always abusing them, and finding fault with them, who make persons instead of things the theme of their conversation? and nothing can be more unbecoming in philosophers than this.
74. Every inexplicable conspiracy and evil in the perceived physical world is based upon and originates from an ancient evil which is so old and so ever-present, and so all-corrupting, and so insane; that the tiny glimmers of sanity, the tiny exceptions, the few rare lucky instances where GOOD Life energy is not completely poisoned and destroyed and stunted and reversed into evil by these dead rotting filth are as distant and far between as the stars are from each other.
75. We have always been told, instead, that the body is where sin originates,.

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1. It did not originate from Europe.
2. It is a power, man cannot originate.
3. But Gong Fu did not originate in China.
4. Where does the creative power originate?
5. And will the other gentleman originate a.
6. Now how did this odious stigma originate?
7. Yet it seemed to originate without a source.
8. They originate from the filters through which.
10. Where does the creative power of thought originate?
11. There are a thousand imitators to one who can originate.
12. Where does the dynamic of decapitation originate from?
13. These acts originate and end in their own absoluteness.
14. We heal our addictions, whether they originate within.
15. Which do not originate from tool-use and are not tool-oriented.
17. Section 7: All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the.
18. All of our mechanically repeated actions originate from tool-use.
19. It is very important to understand where they originate from and the.
20. Or perhaps Life didn’t originate on Earth, but was seeded here via a.
21. Does the creative energy originate in the individual or the Universal?
22. Most of the ghosts encountered originate in the etheric and astral rings.
23. The second and third days are black, which is where the two crows originate.
24. Is Wendy’s the best place for finger food? Where did that term originate?
25. It is just that they originate from within the mental self, and are therefore only.
26. Up to 90% of cases are thought to originate from sources in the mouth, including poor.
27. They filled the area between two small rivers that seemed to originate on the mountain.
28. The Constitution is quite clear, all laws, budget and otherwise, originate in Congress.
29. Such differences commonly originate in a disagreement about the use of the terms 'mine'.
30. These fears originate from our need to receive love and validation from external sources.
31. The only thing certain about the origins of chilli is that it did not originate in Mexico.
32. He is a good friend of mine, these thoughts started to originate in the mind of Rakesh.
33. The gases originate from coal-burning power plants and to a lesser extent, cars and trucks.
34. The branches are axillary, of which several sometimes originate from the same axil in the R.
35. Travis, what is happening here tonight did not originate today, yesterday or even last year.
36. Constitution’s requirement that all such measures originate in the House of Representatives.
37. Such whims are only impressive as we originate them, I think; they are not to be communicated.
38. Most economic activities in this world originate from two sources- the bed and the bed partner.
39. Legends and tales from antiquity, before the arrival of mankind, seem to originate from there.
40. Creative Power that c h o s e to originate both genders and all four basic racial varieties of us!.
41. Your negative energies originate from many sources, some culture, group, and collective consciousness.
42. Where did the dynamic of Decapitation originate from? From apes decapitating trees of their hanging fruit.
43. But, how do night and day originate?! What is the means which causes the origination of such discipline?
44. Lymphoma originate in developing B-Lymphocytes and T-Lymphocytes, which have undergone a malignant change.
45. The basic reason sports are evil and negative is because they all originate from the negative principles of war.
46. The Bible may indeed be considered to originate from the confusing combination and mix of the above two origins.
47. A narrow use of the term carry may originate from borrowers, or those who are short an interest-bearing asset.
48. What is its size? How far does it extend? Where does it originate? Allow the pain to inform you as to how big it is.
49. All destructive effects of power originate from selective intentions that are not connected to a larger understanding.
50. Let us remember that David won as he acknowledges the Supreme Being, where his courage and strength directly originate.
51. So where did this culture originate? You find it's found very clearly in the Garden of Eden, so found in Genesis, Chapter 3.
52. The branches originate towards the extremity, commonly from two to three in number, each supporting a single terminal spike.
53. And yet, everybody knows that precisely in these occupations, especially in music, many adulteries originate in our society.
54. However, all the mutations so increasingly discernible in village life did not originate entirely in the agricultural unrest.
55. From these experiences our anthropomorphic conceptions originate, but true conceptions are only secured by spiritual insight.
56. Ideas according to the Bible culture originate from vision and vision grows like the flowers in the dark with love in the heart.
57. This bizarre scenario, he knew, was as bad if not worst, than any nightmare he could potentially originate in his colorful imagination.
58. This opportunity may originate from the partial market segmentation and convenience yields related to the higher liquidity of Treasuries.
59. The road was blocked by a heap of bricks, beams, and plaster, all of which seemed to originate from the second floor outer wall of the hotel.
60. Man is only defiled by that evil which may originate within the heart, and which finds expression in the words and deeds of such unholy persons.
61. The emotions of anger and fear are related to the fight or flee response and originate from the primitive part of the brain called the amygdale.
62. The movement on credit or debit of the corporations in the Current Account “Personal” makes to originate or to die the Virtual Coin “Real”.
63. How did you know? Feltus inquired curiously as he slowly turned towards the end of the corridor from which the voice had seemed to originate.
64. Somehow the robots managed to plant gas far, far underground to come up under her people—where they would least expect an attack to originate from.
65. All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.
66. The way to change behaviours and habits is to understand how they originate and the matrix of negative emotions and feelings (stress) that supports them.
67. The clues that Scripture has given us that many have failed to see and decipher through the years are the four rivers that originate from just one river.
68. As I said before all of the desires (or emotions), thoughts, motives, intentions, words, ways, and works that come from God, originate from His attributes.
69. There were several sets of tables organized around the open floor, and a back area where some sizzling sounds and wonderful aromas seemed to originate from.
70. We have now confirmed that the flight should originate in Kuala Lumpur then follow Flavio’s route und at a time when the radar stations are not manned.
71. But the really big questions like who are we, where did we come from and where did our world and the planets originate, may remain in the unanswered column.
72. The projections of the human intellect may indeed originate false gods -- gods in man's image -- but the true God-consciousness does not have such an origin.
73. Geminis need to cultivate a facility for ‘inspiration’, which is something that does not originate in the intellect but which comes through the intellect.
74. As in any credit bubble, lenders gradually lowered their lending standards in competition to originate more and more mortgage loans and earn the resulting fees.
75. The movement on credit or debit of the beneficiary people in the Current Account “Personal” makes to originate or to die the Virtual Coin “Utilizational”.
76. The outcome of this fusion could have altered the molecular structure of countless water particles in a way to originate the organisms - O, that we might call onams.
77. The first thing is that a lot of positions that you have been taking recently are overnight positions and a lot of these positions originate from the Pullback Trade.
78. There are two types of ideas Descartes claimed: an unclear or indistinct that either originate from experience or have been self—invented such as cathedrals and art.
79. The great error of the present day is the idea that Man has to originate the intelligence whereby the Infinite can proceed to bring about a specific purpose or result.
80. Dinner went off gayly, and although my guardian seemed to follow rather than originate subjects, I knew that he wrenched the weakest part of our dispositions out of us.
81. Many political maxims originate in a reaction against an opposite error; and when the errors against which they were directed have passed away, they in turn become errors.
82. He has given many such cases in his books which lead to the conclusion that the full spectrum of consciousness exhibited by the biochemical brain does not originate there.
83. He gave Bahkmar a hardware memory address where the motor instruction would originate, it was his job to get it to the antenna, undetected from the monitors on that channel.
84. That since the stones are not passing through his lands, but originate there, the tax is tantamount to charging the monks for the stones, contrary to the charter of Henry I.
85. He could have no interest in deceiving me; and if he did deceive me, his conduct could originate only in that love of the marvellous which is so characteristic of the human mind.
86. This exchange of giving now for reciprocity in kind later must originate within the individual's capacity for conceiving and applying the same treatment of others as one does to oneself.
87. The Soul could be a ‘spiritual spark’ that produces, sustains and, maintains ‘life’ in all its forms, and so may be defined as being that from which nature and creation originate.
88. But he was convinced that the plan did not originate with Napoleon himself, for he was too much accustomed to short campaigns to devote two whole years to the conquest of a single empire.
89. I understand you have both received some counselling from a trained professional in the years that followed, and whatever the reasons were at the time, I believe they originate with Bright.
90. Where in the world did this benighted expression originate? We all have a sex, either male or female (with a few pitiable transgender exceptions which should, by the way, be referred to as transsexual).
91. Culm two to four feet high, generally ramose, solid, and terete, except that between the joints where the branches originate, it is grooved on the inner side, and often ciliate on its angles near the joints.
92. How could electricity work with such power? Where did this nearly unlimited energy originate? Was it in the extraordinary voltage obtained from some new kind of induction coil? Could its transmission have been.
93. For centuries: when evil came upon people, when they were lucky enough to recognize that evil did not actually originate from them: they fought back by refusing to be corrupted, by fighting and resisting evil urges they felt….
94. This validation act for the individuals makes to extinguish the Virtual Coin “Utilizational” that belongs to the individuals and it makes to originate the working capital in Virtual Coin “Real” of the offerer corporations.
95. My nose was still larger than most! Many years later I learned that ninety percent of Israeli Jews are descended from Ashkenazy Jews who originate in central Europe, converting to Judaism in the middle ages in the vain hope of avoiding war.
96. Thus the Franco-Russian celebrations, which present themselves to us as free expressions of the people's sentiments, did not originate with the people, but were, on the contrary, very artfully and quite obviously prepared and provoked by the French government.
97. Yes, I said, now I understand: the question which you would have me consider is, not only how a State, but how a luxurious State is created; and possibly there is no harm in this, for in such a State we shall be more likely to see how justice and injustice originate.
98. When holding the strength of the shape of the sphere in mind as well as taking into account that all cosmos objects of importance is in the form of planets or stars and they are all in the form of a sphere, we therefore may contemplate that it is where gravity originate.
99. Thought is creative and the principle on which the law is based is sound and legitimate and is inherent in the nature of things; but this creative power does not originate in the individual, but in the universal, which is the source and fountain of all energy and substance.
100. It felt as though there were hidden voices all around them, all humming the same dissonant harmony in a round, but when Jai or Ceder turned to look where the closest notes seemed to originate, they found, like an echo in a circular room, that they could not pinpoint the source of the sound.

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