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1. Anatomy
a. the end of a muscle, opposite its point of insertion
b. the beginning of a nerve or blood vessel or the site where it first starts to branch out
2. Maths
a. the point of intersection of coordinate axes or planes
b. the point whose coordinates are all zero
3. Commerce the country from which a commodity or product originates

origin

[′är·ə·jən]
(anatomy)
The point at which the nonmoving end of a muscle is attached to a bone; it is at the proximal end of the muscle.
(computer science)
Absolute storage address in relative coding to which addresses in a region are referenced.
(mathematics)
The point of a coordinate system at which all coordinate axes meet.
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Best of all, even as the film's originality and visual marvels leave its other elements far behind, the production doesn't forget to be emotionally accessible, with Van Gogh's tragic and avoidable demise leaving viewers grieving and bereft.
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My point is that we might be better served by striking the concept of originality as a condition of (undergraduate) publication.
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