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Things origin often describes (“origin ________”)
destination, captain, people, time, point, based, stories, pawn, the, individuals, country, date, issues, activation, myths, software, application, occupation, life, populations, library, therapy, period, experiences, legend, specific, pairing, foreign, ser, adolescents, all, migration, insertion, question, subject, jazz, groups, obj, distortion, construct, population

Descriptive words:
common, recent, divine, national, unknown, ethnic, foreign, european, indian, german, volcanic, ancient, french, spanish, humble, african, english, greek, possible, true, similar, probable, historical, mexican, british, chinese, organic, racial, italian, uncertain, hispanic, marine, roman, mixed, later, latin, asian, bacterial, obscure, ultimate, genetic, biological, supernatural, independent, asiatic, geographical, egyptian, exact, oriental, evolutionary, irish, native, celtic, congenital, glacial, eastern, persian, northern, traumatic, nervous, secondary, turkish, epithelial, russian, renal, class, geographic, neural, dutch, arabic, scandinavian, maternal

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Book See origin used in context: 4 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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