His humour is not the same as the equally English humour of Jerome K. Jerome or The Diary of a Nobody, which might be described, without being offensive, as lower middle class in origin .
they will be asked about their ethnic origin
The surgical approach is a muscle-splitting approach that does not involve transposition of the ulnar nerve and avoids detachment of the flexor muscle origin .
the name is Norse in origin
Given ABC, we may assume its vertices lie on a circle centered at the origin of a Cartesian coordinate system.
For example, the equations describing ordinary dynamics do not depend on where the origin of the co-ordinate system is.
It is still a world of forbidden desires, but an Enlightenment world in which it is acknowledged that the higher authorities, the ones doing the forbidding, are human and not divine in origin .
Some believe that the astronomical theories are Babylonian in origin , while others argue that the Indians refined the Babylonian models by making observations of their own.
It's obviously late fifties/early sixties, American in origin without any shadow of a doubt and closer to Phil Spector than Motown in feel, arrangement and production.
It is usually placed on a level above and behind the condyloid origin of flexor carpi ulnaris.