- n the place where someone was born
- n where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence
the birthplace of civilization
- But Corsi may have gone a little too far into enemy territory when he flew into Kenya, the birthplace of Obama's father.
- Stefansson, 58, had been a professor at Harvard from 1993 to 1996 when he decided to return to his birthplace, Reykjavk, to start deCODE Genetics, one of the first commercial .
- Jaipur is famous in strife-torn areas as the birthplace of an extraordinary prosthesis, or artificial limb, known as the Jaipur foot, that has revolutionized life for millions of .
News & Articles
- First dirt moved for GRAMMY® Museum
The ground has been broken and so begins the memorializing of the birthplace of American music.
June 13, 2013 - The Bolivar Commercial
- Rory Doyle
The ground has been broken and so begins the memorializing of the birthplace of American music. L... The ground has been broken and so begins the memorializing of the birthplace of American music. L...
June 12, 2013 - The Bolivar Commercial
- Sundae Thursday set for June 27
Two Rivers celebrates the birthplace of the ice cream sundae from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on June 27 with 25-cent sundaes during the annual Sundae Thursday in downtown TR.
June 12, 2013 - Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter
- Condoleezza Rice in International Herald Tribune
Being here at the birthplace of my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, has been a very special and moving experience,said Rice. "It is also, I think, a personal reminder that the prince of peace is still with us."
- Howard Schultz in guardian.co.uk
Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz said: "Ethiopia is recognized as the historic birthplace of coffee and the source of some of the finest coffee in the world. We're extremely excited to continue to deepen our relationship with the government of...
- Kool Herc in International Herald Tribune
They need to rep the birthplace of this worldwide phenomenon,said Kool Herc, who has lived on Long Island since leaving Sedgwick Avenue.