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The genesis of this code resulted in much debate.
This was the genesis of the modern Jamaican school system.
Its genesis is related to the principle of division of powers of the State.
This venture proved to be the genesis of the modern British and Irish Lions.
This new financial statement was the genesis of Cash Flow Statement that is used today.
The book also contained a section of notes throwing light on the context and genesis of each poem.
The quadrilateral had its genesis in an 1870 essay by the American Episcopal priest William Reed Huntington.
Christmas 1942 saw the genesis of the character that grew to become the most famous fictional locomotive in the world.
The Otto and the Diesel internal combustion engines are products whose genesis and early development were in the West.
It included a lengthy new preface by the author, presenting a somewhat embellished version of the genesis of the story.
Though its immediate genesis is unclear, the legend of Prester John drew strongly from earlier accounts of the Orient and of Westerners' travels there.
Paul Foot, in his Red Shelley, has documented the pivotal role Shelley's works – especially Queen Mab — have played in the genesis of British radicalism.
Mineral ore bodies have also been formed within the crust through a process of ore genesis, resulting from actions of magmatism, erosion, and plate tectonics.
Such understanding of their origins is largely the result of Gothic traditions and their true genesis as a people is as obscure as that of the Franks and Alamanni.
Against Marx's historical materialism, Weber emphasised the importance of cultural influences embedded in religion as a means for understanding the genesis of capitalism.
From the 1950s forward, numerous finds in East Africa confirmed the hypothesis of an African genesis, providing fossil evidence that the earliest hominins originated there.
Sir Christopher Wren presided over the genesis of the English Baroque manner, which differed from the continental models by clarity of design and subtle taste for classicism.
This period is thought to be the times of the genesis of a distinct Rus' ethnos, which gave rise to Kievan Rus' and later states from which modern Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine evolved.
Edson Luiz Sampel, a Brazilian expert in canon law, says that canon law is contained in the genesis of various institutes of civil law, such as the law in continental Europe and Latin American countries.
crazy quilt of verse styles, critical principles, crankish economic theories and distasteful political affiliations has made it difficult to perceive the genesis and development of any of these components.