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Meanings and phrases
- The university traces its roots back to 1938.
- This system traces its roots back to the Mercedes CLS53.
- It traces its roots back thousands of years.
- FPS traces its origins to the appointment of these six night watchmen.
- Alta traces its origins to TA Associates, where Burr and Egan were formerly partners.
- The Ma clique traces its origins to the officers of Qing dynasty General Dong Fuxiang.
- The brigade comprises: The brigade traces its history to 1950.
- The Final Exit Network traces its history to the Hemlock Society.
- This classification traces its history to the early history of blind sport.
- The early origin of the name traces back to Styria.
- The regiment's lineage traces back to the Kings County Militia of the Revolutionary War.
- The regiment's lineage traces back to the 1st Regiment Rhode Island Militia of the Revolutionary War.
- As a result, his wound heals completely, leaving no traces.
- It was built on the site of a Carolingian cathedral, of which no traces remain.
- He left his house on a Sunday morning to take a walk and bring in some wood, leaving no traces behind.
- It explodes, seemingly erasing all traces of the brothers.
- Since then, all traces of him have disappeared and the place of his death remaines unknown (...)”.
- Virtually all traces of the station platforms, station building and goods shed have been swept away.
- NDFB traces its origin to Bodo Security Force, a militant group formed in 1986.
- Songs formed a major part of early Malayalam literature, which traces its origin to the 9th century CE.
- His paternal family traces its origin to an Arab physician who settled in Toulouse during the 9th century.
- The Indian Orthodox Church traces its lineage to the Apostle Thomas.
- The Armenian Apostolic Church traces its lineage to the Apostle Bartholomew.
- The Missouri Bar traces its lineage to a voluntary membership organization called the Missouri Bar Association.
- There are a few traces of Taíno/Arawak presence in the parish.
- Only a few traces survive.
- The first known traces of human arthritis date back as far as 4500 BC.
- The dam shows traces of human pollution such as litter around and in the water.
- Some paintings are also associated with traces of human burials and funerary rites, including ship burials.