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The Genesis is the beginning. One example of a genesis is when a venture begins. The Genesis is known as the first volume in the Bible. One example of Genesis is the passage of the Bible that recounts the history of God's work. "Genesis." September 26, 2018. Webster's New World College Dictionary, Fünfte Ausgabe Copyright © 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
"Genesis." September 26, 2018. on the american heritage dictionary of the indish longgage, fifth edition by the publishers of the american heritage dictionaries. © 2016, 2011 par Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Edited by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishers. "Genesis." September 26, 2018. There are some who point to the origins, the beginning or the point at which something emerges as the emergence of Magna Carta as the emergence of British commons laws.
Out of the roman genesis ("generation, crib"), out of the old greeks www. grc.org (genesis, "origin, spring, beginning, crib, generator, manufacturing, creation"), out of the proto-Indo-European *?énh?tis ("birth, manufacturing"), out of the proto-Indo-European *?enh?-. www. proto-Indo-European *?énh?tis (genesthai, "will be manufactured, will be"). The first holy scripture in the Torah and the Hebrew Bible. Since the 1980s, a feminine first name of US use.
Translated from the old Greeks into English www.genesis. org (Genesis, "creation, beginning, origin"). British Wiktionaire. "Genesis." September 26, 2018.
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