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  • The fact is simply this: the passions of men originate in sensuality; those of women, in sentiment: man loves corporeally, woman mentally: which is the nobler creature? Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination
  • The Singapore Sling really did originate in Singapore, and was thought to be a drink for the ladies because it was pink.
  • Some cases originate in cells called cerebellar granule neuron progenitors (GNPs) that do not reach their proper place in the cerebellum and fail to mature. undefined
  • It is necessary that the democratic and pragmatic America and the Europeans chancelleries raise the question of how long this kind of swab measures (with very high costs) supporting dictatorial regimes, could resist before an explosion that could originate instability and global insecurity? Amir Madani: ElBaradei Against the Mummified Power of Pharaoh
  • Several other sounds originate in the back of the throat, often as a voiceless click rather than a voiced fricative.
  • The growth usually takes its start from some injury or lesion of continuity; for instance, at the site of burns, cuts, acne and smallpox scars, etc. -- _cicatricial keloid, false keloid_; or it may also, so it is thought, originate in normal skin -- _spontaneous keloid, true keloid_. Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine
  • Indeed, these desks which are open in front also facilitate surveillance of the scholars from the moral point of view; because, always seated, placed side by side without any possibility of spiritual communion, their heads dazed by the continuous vociferation of the teacher, these children very often contract vicious habits, such as onanism, which originate in the school itself. Spontaneous Activity in Education
  • This sort of elitist piffle doubtless does wonders for the ego of those who espouse it, while pre-emptively discounting contrary opinions, which by definition originate in a philistine mindset.
  • Financial crises normally originate in the accumulation of bubbles and their subsequent bursts.
  • As well as the polymorphs and macrophages, there are cells that do not originate in the bone marrow, nor travel in the bloodstream, which can also act as phagocytes.
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