Synonym: come to life. Similar words: come into, for the time being, slide into, be independent of, take into account, seeing that, interfere in, lose interest. Meaning: v. be born or come into existence.
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(1) When did the world come into being?
(2) When did the Roman Empire come into being?
(3) Or perhaps a new set of laws will come into being, by some sort of quantum fluctuation.
(4) New democracies have come into being since the end of the Cold War.
(5) It will come into being once 60 countries ratify their leaders' decision to join.
(6) When did the universe come into being?
(7) Scientists want to learn how comets come into being.
(8) To come into being; arise.
(9) How did this abnormal psychology come into being?
(10) Then audit risks come into being.
(11) Yes, it is. when did China's professional athletes come into being?
(12) The Packet Transport Network (PTN) has come into being to meet these requirements[http://sentencedict.com], and the PTN Standard is developing rapidly.
(13) Annie: When did the genuine Asian Games come into being?
(14) How , then, has this historical characteristic come into being?
(15) Recently a new anti - Japan trend has come into being.
(16) From now on, Dorothy Denning's IDES model was come into being.
(17) According to the mechanism that micro-cracks come into being from the dislocation, the dislocation piled-up model is used to describe the grinding crack.
(18) The "ZY (Ziyuan)" earth resource satellite series will come into being soon.
(19) Magazines come into being to voice the new sentiments in the air.
(20) jiddu Krishnamurti, lndia-born religious philosop Aman who does not know what passion is will never knowlove because love can come into being only when there is total self aban -donment .
(21) Within the Boundless, which is in perpetual motion, worlds, including our world, come into being and pass away.
(22) That system of local distribution, which became a hallmark of the organization, took some years to come into being.
(23) He blames himself for being naive about how such centres come into being, and about how they can be run.
(24) Therefore , as the corpus of criminological study , Macbeth a new interpretation may come into being.
(25) The right of preemption is a kind of expectant right(sentencedict.com), which base on and come into being when the primary relation setup.
(26) And, venerable sir , how does self - identity view not come into being?
(27) When newborn empires and monotheism end the era of tribal society, states come into being and become the supreme form of communities, ethnic groups and various religious ethical culture.
(28) Under Sufism influence, islam miniature has had its unique concepts about space-time and color, and in literature sufism poetry has come into being whose representative is Romi, a famous islam poem.
(29) Because of the disperse location and data safety, each system create a database in his own LAN for own use, therefore it come into being a typical heteromorphosis distributed database model.
(30) In the history of mankind, how many exalting thoughts still have come into being?
More similar words: come into, for the time being, slide into, be independent of, take into account, seeing that, interfere in, lose interest, a case in point, go to bed, to begin with, EIN, skein, done in, lie in, tune in, wherein, take in, vote in, cave in, give in, close in, heinous, protein, reinforce, engage in, figure in, believe in, reinstate, take pride in.