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  1. Origins

    Origins is one of the longest Judge Dredd storylines to run in the pages of British comic 2000 AD. Making extensive use of flashbacks, it tells the story of how the Judges of Mega-City One rose to power. It was written by John Wagner and illustrated by Carlos Ezquerra, who between them created Judge Dredd in 1977. The story ran to 23 episodes, and was published from 2006 to 2007 to mark thirty years of the Judge Dredd strip. It is set in 2129, Dredd's debut story having been set in 2099. Wagner has this to say about it: 2000 AD editor Matt Smith has expanded on this to touch on the contents:

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    Rank popularity for the word 'origins' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4703

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of origins in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of origins in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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  1. Van Roy:

    The discovery informs about the origins and early evolution of arthropods, the most ubiquitous, species-rich, morphologically diverse and successful animal group on Earth.

  2. Sanchez Renero:

    Today the black community is in a much more solid state concerning their self-recognition and has begun to fight and generate movements for their rights as Afro-descendants, but this self-recognition has not been there for so long. I assume that there are still places, small towns, where (there is a) kind of confusion about their origins.

  3. Scott Sheppard:

    Studying the orbits of these moons can reveal their origins, as well as information about the conditions surrounding Saturn at the time of its formation.

  4. Bill Evanina:

    Identifying the origins of the pandemic probably did not rise to a level of weapons of mass destruction, or identifying the plans and intentions of foreign leaders.

  5. Jonathan Aitchison:

    The Wallace line -- named after its discoverer Alfred Russel Wallace -- delineates major biological division separating the species with Asian origins from those with Australasian ones.

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