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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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Again, perception is generated at the same time as the perceiving subject, for it comes into existence at the same time as the animal.
Summary: Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh) [India] Feb 24 (ANI): Raking up a controversy, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Vikram Saini has said that Hindus should not stop producing children until a law for population control comes into existence.
New bitcoin comes into existence through "miners" whose computers create it through a time-consuming energy-using process.
That definition implies that a human being comes into existence at the moment of conception.
Istisna refers to a kind of sale where a commodity or property transaction takes place before it comes into existence.
Dayn or Debt : A Dayn comes into existence as a result of any other contract or credit transaction.
1951: The Peak District National Park comes into existence.
One could expect a remarkable rise in Qatar's in-bound investment volume after the law comes into existence, Khatchadourian added.
This in turn will allow organisations to compete at a European level; in order to trade with other European nations, organisations need to be compliant with the GDPR standard as and when it comes into existence.
That a distinct, living and whole (though immature) human organism comes into existence at conception is a matter of biological fact.
A new organisation comes into existence today to provide expertise, knowledge and skills at managing and delivering major economic projects for the government.
Any new body,which comes into existence,will come after fresh elections are held under the supervision of AIBA.
AG Suleman Butt took the plea the law which comes into existence with two thirds majority cannot be nullified by the court with one stroke of pen.
If the Prime Minister's Big Society ever comes into existence then no matter where you live or what your child's educational needs are you will pay.
If the bill comes into existence, insurance companies would be able lend directly to companies under conditions set by insurance regulator, IVASS.