evolution

[ ev-uh-loo-shuhn or, esp. British, ee-vuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF evolution

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And this brings me to an important factor in the case: the factor of evolution.

That was the second stage in the evolution of bread in this country.

No other city in course of evolution has ever furnished such a spectacle.

And nothing they do can prevent the evolution from continuing.

Anton, you may describe the stages in the evolution of the super-man.

The method of this evolution is a struggle in which the weak perish and the strong survive.

No "evolution," no "involution," no word without sense or meaning.

As the days went by, the evolution of like into love was accelerated.

The female led, and the male followed her in the evolution of life.

From now on, evolution is to be a psychical rather than a physical process.

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