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genesis

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenesisgen‧e‧sis /ˈdʒenɪsɪs/ noun [singular] formal 🔊 🔊 BEGINNINGthe beginning or origin of somethinggenesis of 🔊 the genesis of the myth
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genesisClearly though, he is more concerned with the ideological genesis and effects of punishment than with its relationship with economics.The cover-up lasts to this day, but its genesis is now unravelling.But more than that they imply a specific theory about the genesis of social violence.This book has an unpromising genesis.genesis ofThe company dates the genesis of its problems to the early 1980s.
GenesisGenesis 🔊 🔊 the first book of the Old Testament of the Bible, which describes the history of the Earth and its people. It includes the creation of Heaven and the Earth, the story of Adam and Eve and, and the story of the flood. Many people know the first words of Genesis 🔊 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
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