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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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It provided a means of getting to the Severn, round which lay the great Roman roads then coming into existence, and made possible the great waterway to the heart of England--through the Severn and its tributaries.
Yet new hybrid animals as well as plants are coming into existence and populating the Earth at a faster rate than ever before.
India, June 9 -- With Android coming into existence, phones with keypads started to fade and today almost all phones aport the flat candy bar design.
Soon after coming into existence, he recalled, India had been using Afghanistan against Pakistan and did not let any moment spare to level baseless allegations against their homeland.
Coming into existence on 1 January next year, the new organisation will report jointly to the chancellor and minister for the Cabinet Office and its chief executive officer will be Tony Meggs, the current chief executive of the MPA.
Essays in the first section examine the ACA on several fronts--its legislative and political history, the measures contained within it, and in particular the essential health benefits required, how the law is being financed, and the advocacy that led to its coming into existence.
Our team invests regular effort in researching and keeping itself abreast with the new techniques that are coming into existence with every passing day.
Emporis added: "All over the world, we are seeing gigantic high-rise projects coming into existence that try to outdo each other in height.
In this kind of atmosphere, an initiative to hire [short-term] labor coming into existence would completely enslave workers, who have already lost major rights due to the increasing prominence of the taE-eron [subcontracted labor] system," said EuztE-rk.
Kuwait, since coming into existence till nowadays, is credited for being in lead regarding implementation of the law sovereignty principle, and that is in shadow of explicit separation of basic state jurisdictions, namely these of the judicial, executive and judicial authorities, said Saad Sultan Al-Ajmi, the third diplomat serving with the permanent Kuwaiti mission at the UN, in a statement at a meeting of the UN legal affairs commission.
furniture and accessories made of quality materials, had the misfortune of coming into existence in 2008.
After coming into existence as a parliamentary constituency in 1967, the Congress won this seat twice only.
The controversial hypothesis we test is that the processes leading to a new species coming into existence provoke a short, sharp burst of rapid genetic change.
Around the world, new trends are coming into existence every day and consumers are developing new needs.
Hyde is Jekyll''s alter ego - the evil portion of the man that is Jekyll - coming into existence when Jekyll tests his potion on himself.