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evolve

(from something) (into something) and evolve out of something (into something) to develop from something to something else; to develop from a more primitive form to the present form. This creature evolved from a smaller, horselike creature into what we know as a horse. The human brain evolved out of a smaller and less complex form into the brain of today.
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which during the journey to London evolved into, "It had to be gone through by someone," which in its turn ripened into the permanent form of "The one time I really did help Emily's girls was over the Wilcox business.
Whatever was to be done I must do for myself; and out of the courage of fear I evolved the plan of fighting Thomas Mugridge with his own weapons.
It is wonderful, my dear Felix," he said, leisurely drawing his cigarette-case from his pocket, "wonderful what good fellowship can be evolved by a kindred interest in sport, and a bottle or so of good champagne.
Texas Instruments, Matra BAe Dynamics (UK), HR Textron and Alliant Techsystems are key teammates in the Hughes AIM-9X Evolved Sidewinder program.
Headquartered in San Diego, Express Logic offers the most evolved run-time solution for deeply embedded applications, including the popular ThreadX RTOS, the high-performance TCP/IP stack NetX(TM) and the embedded MS-DOS file system FileX(TM).
The evolved antennas have better design properties than the original antennas specified for the ST5 mission," said Victor Sank, PhD, ST5 communications lead.
This report, in presenting new data to reflect consumer values, attitudes and behaviors, offers a more detailed breakdown of how the mega-trends have affected consumer behaviors, how they evolved in recent years and how they are likely to evolve in the future.
Hertz's capitalization and leverage have evolved into rating strengths over the last five years as internal capital formation has exceeded asset growth.
s (NYSE: HAS) Tiger Electronics is introducing an all-new, evolved FURBY creature driven by Hasbro's new EMOTO-TRONICS, the ultimate combination of advanced robotic technology, puppetry and realistic lifelike reactions and movements.
The Evolved Desktop delivers the most appropriate desktop solution for each end user and improves customer support all while providing complete management in the cloud through a single pane of glass.
Sonar use has evolved independently among widely disparate groups of creatures.
And most automation has been implemented through scripting of practices and policies that have evolved in the context of a manual storage supply chain.
An important implication of this definition is that defense firms have evolved to become specialized in the sense that they focus on the transactions with a monopsony customer--the agencies and organizations in the DoD and not in any particular product or technology.
In Germany, green sensibility is perhaps at its most evolved and is manifest in a constant flow of innovative and exemplary buildings.
But Darwin himself feared that if certain biological structures were irreducible, they could not have evolved from simpler forms.