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  (unstressed)  
      prep  
1    used to indicate the original location, situation, etc.  
from Paris to Rome, from behind the bushes, from childhood to adulthood     
2    in a period of time starting at  
he lived from 1910 to 1970     
3    used to indicate the distance between two things or places  
a hundred miles from here     
4    used to indicate a lower amount  
from five to fifty pounds     
5    showing the model of  
painted from life     
6    used with the gerund to mark prohibition, restraint, etc.  
nothing prevents him from leaving     
7    because of  
exhausted from his walk     
     (Old English fram; related to Old Norse fra, Old Saxon, Old High German, Gothic fram from, Greek promos foremost)  


argument from design  
      n      another name for       teleological argument  
keep from  
      vb   prep  
1    foll by a gerund   to prevent or restrain (oneself or another); refrain or cause to refrain  
2    tr   to protect or preserve from  
speech from the throne  
      n   (in Britain and the dominions of the Commonwealth) the speech at the opening of each session of Parliament in which the Government outlines its legislative programme. It is read by the sovereign or his or her representative,   (Also called (esp. Brit.))    Queens (or Kings) speech  
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from the get-go exp.
from the outset, from the beginning

Additional comments:

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at the outset

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id.
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exp.
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adv.
from within
Latin expression; the opposite of "ab extra".
adv.
from without, from external sources
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id.
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exp.
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informal
n.
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n.
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adv.
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n.
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n.
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adj.
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n.
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v.
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n.
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n.
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v.
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n.
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n.
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n.
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exp.
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exp.
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n.
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