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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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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.
Dan Hooper's At the Edge of Time charts what is understood, and what remains a mystery, about the Big Bang -- that moment 13.7 billion years ago of inconceivably high temperatures, fast expansion, and particles and forces like gravity coming into existence, but not yet following the laws of physics as they are now known.
'We will have to shun grudges if we want to move forward.' He acknowledged that the country was passing through its toughest phase since coming into existence. Expressing his gloom over the conduct of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Hamza said he had initially been accused of money laundering worth Rs85 billion.
The knowledge-economy offshoots began coming into existence some three years ago with digitization changing life and ways of life fast-lately machine doing many works of man with artificial intelligence or AI.
Worse, overvaluation prevents valuable industries from coming into existence.
"As a result, cross-border crime is growing, a breeding ground is emerging for extremist and separatist movements and terrorist cells are coming into existence. The most complex situation is developing in Afghanistan," the Russian defense chief added.
Since coming into existence, the club has had a handful of runners, with Fearless the most recent when finishing fifth in a Listed bumper at Cheltenham on New Year's Day on debut for Rebecca Menzies.
There is a fair bit of controversy about who should be credited for Labor Day coming into existence. Sure, former President Grover Cleveland signed it into law in 1894, but there are mainly two men with similar sounding surnames - Peter J.
General election were held on July 25, 2018 in fair, transparent and orderly manner in peaceful and conducive atmosphere and 15th National Assembly thus coming into existence as a result of this democratic process held its inaugural session of August 13 in which the MNAs elected took oath.
Pakistan was created under the statesmanship of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who led the Muslims in an inspiring and determined manner to liberate them from the British rule on the basis of a concept for of a new motherland for the Muslims of the sub-continent; which was presented by great philosopher and poet, Allama Mohammad Iqbal who did not live long to see Pakistan coming into existence on August 14, 1947.
The author, a philosopher called David Benatar, claims that "coming into existence is always a serious harm".
Yet new hybrid animals as well as plants are coming into existence and populating the Earth at a faster rate than ever before...
In such a case, she affirms, when the sticker is stuck on the lunch box, we do not recognize the coming into existence of a new object that has the sticker and the lunch box as proper parts.
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.