come into existence


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come into existence

To appear or arise; to begin to exist. This company only came into existence through the hard work of my talented staff. The newly captured images are helping scientists to understand how some stars come into existence.
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come into existence

to begin existence; to begin to be. This country came into existence in the early part of the fifteenth century. When did this little town come into existence?
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Companies come into existence, merge, split, get acquired and fall into insolvency every day.
What obligations do new states hold when they come into existence by secession from existing states?
These are not new obligations that suddenly come into existence, but direct continuations of previous obligations.
A common response is that we are essentially organisms, that is, we come into existence as organisms and go out of existence when we cease to be organisms.
Certainly we don't ordinarily think of the time before we come into existence as an abyss from which we manage to escape; we simply find ourselves present in the world.
What survives when substances come into existence from, are generated by, other substances?
No new substances, in Aquinas's sense, come into existence.