- n. Plural form of origin.
“And after reading a bunch a word origins from the Latin you're no closer to choosing.”
“You can't easily replicate that kind of creepy omniscience, and until today it makes me wonder whether some god-like entity of biological origins is behind the progress of human civilization.”
“It cannot explain origins, or the actual presence of forms and behaviors.”
“You have to remember that in origins research we are not looking for what actually happened.”
“One positive consequence of criticizing myths of pure national or ethnic origins is that it could help undermine prejudice and discriminatory behaviours.”
“The "truth about your origins" is (get ready for it) a plot by Emperor Constantine!”
“That kind access to our origins is enviable, but the subsequent pace of change has been violently fast.”
“And finally, despite my previous acceptance of evolutionary theory as ‘fact,’ I came to the realization that intelligent design, as a theory of origins, is no more religious, and no less scientific, than evolutionism …”
“Collecting data on racial origins is actually a criminal offence therefore there are no very reliable statistics.”
“Readers who cling to the Latin origins of data may protest the singular form on principle, but this gripe is misguided.”
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