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Synonym: Book of GenesisGenesisgenerationSimilar words: chondrogenesisanamnesisgentlenessthesisresistdesistsynthesisgeneMeaning: ['dʒenɪsɪs] n. 1. a coming into being 2. the first book of the Old Testament: tells of creation; Adam and Eve; the Fall of Man; Cain and Abel; Noah and the flood; God's covenant with Abraham; Abraham and Isaac; Jacob and Esau; Joseph and his brothers. 
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1, The Bible begins with the Genesis.
2, We cannot yet satisfactorily explain the genesis of the universe.
3, The Bible commences with the Genesis.
4, The project had its genesis two years earlier.
5, In her autobiography, she describes the song's genesis late one night in a Dublin bar.
6, Collins, 41, currently touring with Genesis, is no stranger to acting.
7, Barth believes that the scriptures from Genesis forward imply the headship of man and the subordination of woman.
8, Whether it is an accurate account of the genesis of these hallucinations remains to be seen.
9, Genesis meanwhile have netted more than £200 million with mainstream pop songs and sponsorship from major corporations.
10, The cover-up lasts to this day, but its genesis is now unravelling.
11, Though springing from Genesis, this is at once more ambiguous, more heroic, and more humane.
12, Yet, because of its magpie genesis, the new Look was vulnerable to the sharp-eyed but short of cash.
13, Genesis Publishing in Chicago publishes these titles, too.
14, Late in the genesis of the law on zemstva, the new assemblies were permitted to use their resources for schools.
15, After a long run in the band Genesis, he had a successful solo career.
16, Her interpretation of the Genesis creation story in particular has been the cause of considerable interest.
17, Genesis and Deuteronomy tell the story in a style that will be accessible to any reader.
18, Here was the genesis of the surprise assault on Pearl Harbor.
19, Most ally computations have their genesis in the prenatal area.
20, The precise part played by peasant unrest in the genesis and character of the reform has long been hotly disputed.
21, But the world of chapter 26 is not only familiar to us from the preceding chapters of Genesis.
22, He plans to hypnotise Carson with fascinating, and no doubt endless,( Genesis stories.
23, All cosmogonies, by definition, have as their crucial feature the giving of an account of the genesis of the world.
24, To discover why, we must turn to the introductory chapters of Genesis.
25, The 1991 Head racquet range has been developed from Head's wide bodied racquet, Genesis.
26, Clearly though, he is more concerned with the ideological genesis and effects of punishment than with its relationship with economics.
27, Kitcher deals with the motivation of creationists: evolution contradicts the early chapters of Genesis.
28, Thus, Milwaukee-based guitarist Daryl Stuermer became a fully paid-up member of the Genesis live auxiliaries.
29, Some passages are contradictory such as the two versions of the flood in Genesis.
30, But more than that they imply a specific theory about the genesis of social violence.
More similar words: chondrogenesisanamnesisgentlenessthesisresistdesistsynthesisgeneresistantantithesishypothesisresistanceamnesiaonenessgeneralgenericgeneticirresistiblegeneticsgenerousgenerategenerallyphotosynthesisdyskinesiaawarenesslikenessin generalsenescentfalsenessobtuseness
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