Origins and Sources


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Sources and origins are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Sources" instead a noun "Origins".
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Origins and sources are semantically related. You can use "Origins" instead a noun "Sources".
Synonyms for Sources

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  • Age-Gap Algebra In its earliest appearances, this rule is often cited as having French origins, although this citation always seems to appear in English-language (British or American) sources, leaving its true origin mysterious.
  • Stars Are Souls This probably has its origins in modern stories in two sources.
  • American sources also often have trouble distinguishing between Socialism and Liberalism: although there can be a fair amount of overlap, especially since the advent of 'big-state Liberalism', they are two distinct ideologies with very different origins.
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