place of origin

noun phrase

: the place where something is made or created
The wine is named for its place of origin.

Examples of place of origin in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Each technique includes a geography lesson on its place of origin as well as its history. Kathy Barnes, Better Homes & Gardens, 2 Aug. 2023 The agency does not know the bear’s gender or place of origin, Daly said, but biologists have collected hair samples to catalog the animal in a statewide database. Nathan Solis, Los Angeles Times, 24 June 2023 Everest Delta 8 Oil is a product created in the USA that abides by strict quality standards and laws, giving consumers trust in its place of origin and production methods. Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 24 June 2023 At first, the local government wanted to divide the South Sudanese returning through Renk, based on their place of origin. Sam Mednick, Chicago Tribune, 27 May 2023 The findings were gleaned mostly from the center’s August 2022 national survey of 7,647 adults, which included 2,039 Latinos weighted to match the overall U.S. population in terms of age, gender, education, place of birth and place of origin, among other factors. Marc Ramirez, USA TODAY, 13 Apr. 2023 Like Hop Sing Tong, Bing Kong Tong dates from Chinatown’s earliest days in the late 19th century and has a broad membership not based on surname or place of origin. Anh Do, Los Angeles Times, 2 Apr. 2023 See More

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“Place of origin.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 7 Dec. 2023.

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