time of origin


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time of origin

The time at which a message is released for transmission.
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Noun1.time of origin - the oldness of winestime of origin - the oldness of wines      
oldness - the quality of being old; the opposite of newness
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The ossuary was dedicated to Saint Mikulaacutescaron (Nicholas) at the time of origin, according to archaeologist Peter Nagy from the Archaeological museum in Bratislava.An ossuary is a space, anywhere from a box to a room, in which bones from older graves were put to make room in a full cemetery.
Given Skyss its strategy, the purpose of this anskaffinga that rides are to make the most possible customers, where they travel, at dei Time of origin for most trips to get information about customers' experience of the journey.
Although it is tempting to estimate the time of origin of this novel DENV-2, as performed for other divergent DENV lineages (7), we have not made this estimation because our data provided strong evidence for a marked difference in evolutionary rate between human and sylvatic strains of DENV-2, which will confound all attempts at molecular clock dating.
Dopp then focusses on linguistic aspects, such as the metre, the prosody, and other particularities that also strengthen the argument for the seventeenth century as the time of origin.