Derives

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name derives   (名前が由来)

The document's name derives from its opening words.

Its name derives from the molecule cyclopentadiene.

From Thespis' name derives the word "thespian".

derives its name   (その名前を由来)

Dowling Creek derives its name from a local family.

The stream derives its name from the Coosa chiefdom.

The Beatles tribute act derives its name from the song.

probably derives   (おそらく派生する)

The name probably derives from the Gallo-Roman deity Borvo.

His name probably derives from a village in the Isle of Thanet.

The name Lucignano probably derives from the Roman family of the consul Licinio.

term derives   (用語が派生する)

The term derives from the word "morose", as in "ose, morose, even-more-ose".

The term derives from the special access they receive to the Members' Lobby.

The term derives from Middle English "Cristenmasse", meaning "Christian mass".

derives an albedo   (アルベドを導き出します)

The "Collaborative Asteroid Lightcurve Link" derives an albedo of 0.0933 and a diameter of 32.25 kilometers with an absolute magnitude of 10.65.

The "Collaborative Asteroid Lightcurve Link" derives an albedo of 0.054 and a diameter of 43.38 kilometers based on an absolute magnitude of 10.6.

The "Collaborative Asteroid Lightcurve Link" derives an albedo of 0.0684 and a diameter of 38.54 kilometers based on an absolute magnitude of 10.6.

word derives

The word derives from the Latin "credo" for "I believe".

This word derives from the Greek Βάρβαρος, which means "stuttering".

This word derives from two Proto-Indo-European stems, * "alone" and * "living".

title derives   (タイトルが派生)

The title derives from a letter written by Karl Marx.

Its title derives from the question of shura (“consultation”) referred to in Verse 38.

The film's title derives from a poem by the African-American writer James Weldon Johnson.