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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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The takeover is scheduled to close within 120 days, after securing acceptance from the majority of Evolving Systemsa[euro](tm) stockholders, the two parties said on Thursday.
AMD is delivering the AMD Sempron processor family to meet the evolving everyday computing needs of notebook and desktop computer users.
Our contribution involves applying an evolving framework called New Institutional Economics (Greenwood & Hinings, 1996; North, 1999; Williamson, 1985) to the defense industry.
Kauffman's basic tactic is to admit that the specific manifestations of complex evolving systems are accidental, but to provide grounds for believing that something like them - something orderly, self-regulating, and complex - is statistically likely, even inevitable, given the right initial conditions.
In addition, the bonds have been assigned an Evolving Rating Outlook and will continue to be monitored for ongoing settlement developments.
Per its official description, Trainers will know if Rockruff is evolving because the PokAaAaAeA@mon would howl as t sun goes down.
This tree-down approach makes more sense than the idea of a running dinosaur evolving flight from the ground up, argues Feduccia in his book The Origin and Evolution of Birds (1996, New Haven: Yale University Press).
Evolving Solutions is expanding its data center service offerings with the launch of Evolving View, a suite of professional services designed to optimize data center performance and expedite IT projects.
sapiens, however, survival has increasingly hinged on culturally acquired knowledge and tools; thus people have settled in all corners of the world without evolving into separate species.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has placed the ratings assigned to debt and preferred stock issued by 33 Puerto Rico closed-end funds (CEFs) on Rating Watch Evolving, following the publication of updated rating criteria entitled 'Puerto Rico Closed-End Fund Debt and Preferred Stock Rating Criteria' on March 30, 2010.
The most slowly evolving species included horseshoe crabs, crocodiles, and coelacanth fish, all of which still resemble their earliest fossils, from 100 million years ago.
With the backing of IBM, Evolve Technologies is equipped with a broader array of hardware and software solutions designed to meet the evolving needs of our client base.
However, scientists are now evolving RNAs and DNAs-the molecules that carry life's genetic blueprint--to take on new roles as drugs.
com/reports/c49219) has announced the addition of the Javelin Strategy & Research report: Beyond FFIEC Compliance: Creating an Evolving Authentication Platform for Higher Lifetime Consumer Value to their offering.
Nineteenth-century English naturalist Henry Walter Bates first put forth the idea that a species of taste butterfly could protect itself by evolving to mimic a toxic species.