place of origin


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Noun1.place of origin - where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence; "the birthplace of civilization"
origin, source, root, rootage, beginning - the place where something begins, where it springs into being; "the Italian beginning of the Renaissance"; "Jupiter was the origin of the radiation"; "Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River"; "communism's Russian root"
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I'm sure one of these tools will be the development of regional brands, the opportunity for unique goods manufacturers to protect the rights at the place of origin of the product and increase production, to expand the market, create jobs and generate positive export potential ", - said the head of service.
Percentage of food consumed in the UK in 2016 by place of origin OUR RISING RELIANCE ON EUROPE Percentage of food consumed in the UK by place of origin, 1988-2016 66%
If a person is travelling to different places in a single trip then the LTA tax break is limited what is admissible for the journey from the place of origin to the farthest point reached by the shortest route.
The idea caught on and now hundreds of such events take place every year on October 21 when apples are linked to their place of origin.
The likely place of origin of a fire is much the same in both commercial high-rise and low-rises.
The government said: "We are concerned our country's businesses are unable to promote themselves across Europe in association with their place of origin - a place of which we are rightly proud.
As members of an immigrant community who are geographically dispersed, these performers are unmoored from their place of origin and yet deeply engaged in presenting their symbolic roots to North American audiences.
Under the EC directive, agricultural and cosmetic products sold within the European Union must declare their place of origin.
Each entry, organized in chronological order and spanning about four to six pages, begins with a quote, time and place of origin, and if possible, the person attributed to its origin.
David Cameron, it's time to tell the French to round up these illegals and ship them home to their place of origin with a few quid in their pockets.
He does this by presenting portraits of a number of valorous soldiers who might have received honorifics but did not in Iraq and Afghanistan, each chapter opening with their place of origin, military position, and any awards received.
Naming a bunch of criminals after their place of origin may soon be a crime under a proposed bill.