origin

(from the article `animal`) ...the skeleton are rigid segments attached together by flexible joints. Muscles span the joints and attach at each end to different elements. The ...
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origin

(or´ĭ-jin) the source or beginning of anything, especially the more fixed end or attachment of a muscle (as distinguished from its insertion), or the site of emergence of a peripheral nerve from the central nervous system.
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origin

[n] - an event that is a beginning 2. [n] - the point of intersection of coordinate axes 3. [n] - properties attributable to your ancestry
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Origin

• (n.) The first existence or beginning of anything; the birth. • (n.) That from which anything primarily proceeds; the fountain; the spring; the cause; the occasion. • (n.) The point of attachment or end of a muscle which is fixed during contraction; -- in contradistinction to insertion.
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origin

origination noun an event that is a beginning; a first part or stage of subsequent events
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Origin

[Angel] `Origin` is episode 18 of season five in the television show Angel. ==Plot synopsis== Gunn is still trapped in the suburban hell dimension, with no memory of his normal life, and doomed to suffer eternal torment at the hands of a torture demon. Marcus Hamilton, the new liaison to the Senior Partners, shows up and offers to remove Gu...
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Origin

[digital distribution software] Origin (formerly EA Download Manager (EADM)) is a digital distribution software from Electronic Arts that allows users to purchase games on the internet for PC and mobile platforms, and download them with the Origin client (formerly EA Download Manager, EA Downloader and EA Link). Origin for Mac has been avai...
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Origin

[mathematics] In mathematics, the origin of a Euclidean space is a special point, usually denoted by the letter O, used as a fixed point of reference for the geometry of the surrounding space. ==Cartesian coordinates== In a Cartesian coordinate system, the origin is the point where the axes of the system intersect. The origin divides each o...
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Origin

[software] Origin is a proprietary computer program for interactive scientific graphing and data analysis. It is produced by OriginLab Corporation, and runs on Microsoft Windows. It has inspired several platform-independent open-source clones like QtiPlot or SciDAVis. Graphing support in Origin includes various 2D/3D plot types. Data analys...
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Origin

[Tales of Xillia] Welcome to the Military history WikiProject`s June 2013 backlog reduction drive. == About the drive == The backlog reduction drive is a one-month effort to reduce the backlog of military history articles needing attention and military history articles with incomplete B-Class checklists. These articles have been flagged as ...
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Origin

Or'i·gin noun [ French origine , Latin origo , -iginis , from oriri to rise, become visible; akin to Greek 'orny`nai to stir up, rouse, Sanskrit r , and perhaps to English run .] 1. The first existence or beginning of anything; the birth....
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origin

1. The first existence or beginning of anything; the birth. 'This mixed system of opinion and sentiment had its origin in the ancient chivalry.' (Burke) ... 2. That from which anything primarily proceeds; the fountain; the spring; the cause; the occasion. ... 3. <anatomy> The point of attachment or end of a muscle which is fixed during contra...
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Origin

In Cartesian coordinates, it is the point (0, 0) and located at the intersection of the x- and y-axes.
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Origin

Of or pertaining to the genus Srugis. A relatively small, normally nocturnal mammal with skittish tendencies
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Origin

Some nominal starting point for a coordinate system. While working, step sizes may use a variable origin based on the last selected position
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Origin

The arbitrary starting point on a graph or grid coordinate system. Defined by the intersection of the x and y-axes. Also see false origin.
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Origin

the fixed end of a muscle.
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ORIGIN

the fixed end of a muscle.
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origin

the location of the calling party in the network NOTE - The origin may be specified with the accuracy appropriate to the situation.
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Origin

The location where a trip starts.
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Origin

the most anterior point of a fin base
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Origin

the most anterior point of a fin base
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Origin

The origin is the place where something begins.
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origin

The place of muscle attachment-usually the more stationary point or the proximal bone; opposite the insertion.
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origin

the place where something begins
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