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It was a very good job, and Johann prodded his son to devote his energies to the evolving of new designs.
SAMUEL THE SEEKERUPTON SINCLAIR
Perhaps he fancied that some similar plan to his own was evolving in Cumshaw's brain.
THE LOST VALLEYJ. M. WALSH
Dilute sulphuric acid dissolves it with great energy, evolving hydrogen.
In the neighbourhood of the sulphur-pits, the hot springs along the course of the stream were very numerous, evolving much gas.
If man has evolved from something different, he must now be evolving onward into something sur-human.
So Sheila became partner in evolving the most colossal crime the world had ever known.
LEERIERUTH SAWYER
Palliser thought that this was evolving upon perfectly natural lines, as he had anticipated it would.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
He urged society to lay aside the idea of evolving the universe from a thought, and to try evolving thought from the universe.
But there is one common feature in this chaos of evolving popular opinion.
They believe that life may be evolving constantly from inorganic matter.

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