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(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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His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, emphasized that the country's celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the nation marks not only the birth of our country, but our evolvement as a modern and progressive nation over the last four decades.
I have never left it, although there has been personal evolvement within my research and practice over subsequent decades.
He added: C[pounds sterling]We wish once again to clarify that with the solution of the Cyprus problem we are aiming at the creation of a reunited Federal Republic of Cyprus, which will be a continuation and evolvement of the Republic of Cyprus, which was established in 1960, as the common state of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.
Church & Dwight is leading the evolvement in this area," she asserts.
Elaborating on the company's focus to sponsor such athletic events, Dr Sulaiman Al Fahim, Chief Executive Officer, Hydra Properties, said: "We are honoured to be associated with this ladies volleyball tournament as our company is always keen in supporting all sports activities which reflects the country's evolvement into a premier sports destination.
There must be room for slow evolvement, and we must let this new creature grow confidently and strongly during its formative years.
I cannot see the evolvement of an all-Ireland national team, certainly not in the short term.
They're even better when you win but it's just part of the evolvement of life and football.
The disturbing trend in American education today is toward an even greater under-emphasis on educational efforts aimed at fundamental learning--not academic fundamentals such as reading, writing, and arithmetic--but life fundamentals such as the development of compassion, the promotion of a sense of community, and the evolvement of a loving will.
In retirement, I have not been studying the evolvement of our language as much as I should.
The evolvement of language from a communicative tool to that of a cognitive organizer is said to be more enhanced among compound bilingual children that valorize both their languages and use them equally for the same cognitive and social functions (Hamers, 2004).
I don't want to stop anyone from writing about their profoundly beautiful and loving spiritual place or evolvement to that place, but I think there is room for something else as well.
With the divestment of Osterbris, Pan Fish takes yet another step in the company's evolvement towards becoming an integrated and focused fish farming company for salmon and processed salmon products," Pan Fish said in a statement.
He accused Beijing of being ''too politicized and too emotional'' in its relations with Taiwan, saying such an attitude has hampered the evolvement of cross-strait ties.
Lawee builds upon the fruits of the scholarly research on Abarbanel and his times, which accumulated since Netanyahu first published his book fifty years ago, to create a careful and nuanced picture of the evolvement of Abarbanel's mind and his scholarly output in the context of the varied developments in Jewish and Christian cultures of this transitional period.