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Each fish returns to its birthplace, and the diversity of these nurseries is what produces variance within the species.
People cannot allow themselves to be victimized by the ignorance of their birthplace.
He knows what spot this is: the birthplace of their country.
Researchers have long wondered whether migratory birds return to their birthplace to breed.
Seven cities claimed the honor of being his birthplace.
At the same time, he believes it's vital that government supports basic research, the birthplace of ideas.
Many citizens agreed that it was a sad moment for the birthplace of democracy.
Copycat cereal manufacturers popped up overnight, and the town became the birthplace of the cereal industry.
Learn more about the continent on which life began, the birthplace of all humanity.
The visitor center's first floor and the birthplace cottage are accessible to persons with disabilities.

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