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Place of origin   /pleɪs əv ˈɔrədʒən/   Listen
Place of origin

noun
1.
Where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence.  Synonyms: birthplace, cradle, provenance, provenience.






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"Place of origin" Quotes from Famous Books



... Street, Brown Borough. With reference to the above case, I have to report that it seems unsatisfactory. There are indeed grave suspicions that the above name is only an alias, the address being also probably false, for the genuine Charity's place of origin is said to be the home rather than the office. The present registrar is at a loss to identify with certainty this case. It would seem to be one of the Habits that haunt the world, collecting Kudos under ...
— Living Alone • Stella Benson

... it gives the dog a lion-like aspect in the dark.[143] Finally, the females should have large teats equally distributed. Care should be taken that they are of good breed, such as those called for their place of origin, Laconian, Epirot and Sallentian. Be careful not to buy a sheep dog from a professional hunter or a butcher, because the one is apt to be lazy about following the flock, while the other is more likely to make after ...
— Roman Farm Management - The Treatises Of Cato And Varro • Marcus Porcius Cato



Words linked to "Place of origin" :   source, birthplace, root, beginning, provenance, origin, rootage



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