How To Use Evolution In A Sentence

  • Leaked Reports Detail Iran's Aid for Iraqi Militias," blared the headline on afront page story inThe New York Times, which went on to report on several incidents recounted in WikiLeaks documents that journalist Michael Gordon called "the shadow war between the United States and Iraqi militias backed by Iran's Revolutionary Guards. Ali Gharib: What Did WikiLeaks Really Tell Us About Iran?
  • We must remember that the prime motive for Housmann's boulevards and circuses was to ensure that a strategically placed cannon could fire down many streets, quelling the citizens who were periodically disposed to revolution.
  • There had been formerly on the pathways of Dardilly calvaries built by pious forebears; destroyed on order of the revolutionary proconsul of Lyon, the famous Fouché, the crosses lay in the grass. Archive 2008-03-09
  • Having had some narrow escapes the priest was eventually arrested as a recusant priest and was tried by revolutionary Court.
  • He still describes himself as a communist, and still calls for a revolution.
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  • It's an evolutionary trick to distract the pursuer, much as lizards lose their tails.
  • (Applause) Without boasting, without any kind of immodesty, that is how we Cuban revolutionaries understand our internationalist duty. TRICONTINENTAL CONFERENCE
  • I hope my work on the evolution of cooperation helps the world avoid conflict.
  • The portrait, reputed to be the most widely reproduced photograph in the world, has come to symbolize not just the ideals of the Cuban revolution but of revolution in general.
  • This was the first bloodless revolution the city, which has been burned down forty times in its history.
  • Any attempt to disprove the theory of evolution using thermodynamics will require proper formalisms.
  • The scientific revolution also had its corrosive impact on a literal interpretation of the Bible. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Dutch United Provinces supported the Americans in the Revolutionary War.
  • And even in their efforts to upraise the social revolution -- the great upheaval to which all A Girl Among the Anarchists
  • Now the postrider was to the people of Revolutionary days what the telegraph or the telephone is to us today. Caesar Rodney's Ride
  • As Christians who reject evolutionary theory, the family scoffed at the park's dinosaur attractions, which date the apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and the like to prehistoric times.
  • Members of the other parties were described as counter-revolutionary.
  • It was a knowledge that would allow him to impose a true revolution upon the generals and to recast the entire structure of the armed forces.
  • Revolutionary applications of BEC in lithography, nanotechnology and holography appear to be just round the corner. The 2001 Nobel Prize in Physics - Information for the Public
  • I'm gonna drag you home tonight and we're going to explore this concept of evolution.
  • Like many other charophytes desmids have no flagella; they were lost at some point in the group's evolution.
  • Probably the most famous example of this, and also a good illustrative case, is the "green revolution" in agriculture. Science, Technology, and Social Change
  • The Russian Revolution itself was but one episode in the transition from capitalism to socialism.
  • In Britain, the experience of the revolution had a liberating effect on people's minds.
  • But the bourgeois and the coalitionist press represented this movement as a pogromist, counter-revolutionary affair, and, at the same time, as a Bolshevist crusade, the immediate object of which was to seize the reins of Government by the use of armed force against the Central Executive Committee. From October to Brest-Litovsk
  • A new academic journal, Fashion Theory, hopes to document and analyze such moments in the evolution of the style industry.
  • There were many French exiles in England after the Revolution.
  • For both conservatives and revisionists, revolutionary violence cannot be blamed on the revolution's opponents.
  • Forget Mr Motivator, this bumbag revival can be revolutionary to the fashion glitterati. TREND HUNTER - The Latest Trends
  • The present chapter takes a very broad comparative and evolutionary look at family and kinship. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies
  • Ajmal Aqtash, writes that, "The exhibition traces the evolution of Lalvani's genomic art as filtered through two major series, AlgoRhythms ™ and XURF ™, each exploring Lalvani's principal concern with the relationship between genetic codes and sculptural creation, and more specifically, between" genomics "- sculpture derived from formal rules, and" epigenomics "- works created through external agents like forces, respectively. Steven Mesler: Form Follows Force: Haresh Lalvani
  • A launch angle of about 12 degrees and a spin rate of 2,000 revolutions per minute is ideal for an above-average swing speed.
  • The coming of television brought about a revolution in people's leisure activities.
  • After the 1979 revolution, they argued that women cannot be judges, and they made us all into peons in the ministry of justice.
  • The park is part of the site of the battle of Newtown from the American Revolution. News10Now - TOP STORIES
  • In a previous essay, we saw that a super-majority of evolutionary biologists self-identity as "pure naturalists," providing us good reason to think that a non-teleological prism is used to shape our current mainstream understanding of evolution. 2007 June - Telic Thoughts
  • The tumultuous Cultural Revolution was chiefly responsible for the searing desire for change in China.
  • This journey made him the exporter of revolution to liberate Latin America's poor.
  • The partisans fought a revolutionary war in a constantly shifting pattern, and their leadership did so with a political aim.
  • These populations offer a unique opportunity to monitor evolutionary dynamics in ancestral populations that harbor multiple strains of Wolbachia.
  • The main concern of his 300 undercover police spies had always been sniffing out political enemies of the revolutionary government. FINGERPRINTS: Murder and the Race to Uncover the Science of Identity
  • The British Biologist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake introduced the concepts of Morphic Fields and Morphic Resonance in his revolutionary 1981 book A New Science of Life: The Hypothesis of Formative Causation.
  • The French navy, painfully rebuilt in the 1770s and 1780s, suffered badly from the effects of the French Revolution.
  • The revolution is made through human beings, but individuals must forge their revolutionary spirit day by day. Che Guevara 
  • THE next time you suffer toothache or throbbing back pain, blame it on evolution. The Sun
  • Why do you attack biological evolution when what you are against is atheism? Christianity Today
  • The vertical change in architecture can be related to the evolution of the lava field.
  • Benjamin Franklin was the US ambassador to absolutist France after the American Revolution.
  • There are three distinct types of spiric surfaces depending whether the axis of revolution cuts the circle, it a tangent to the circle, or is outside the circle.
  • Eugenics and ‘social Darwinism’ are perversions of evolution based upon logical fallacy and misapplication.
  • The 10 proposed novel evolutionary groups are indicated by braces to the right of the groups.
  • First, research on technological evolution suggests that technological discontinuities may provide an impetus that transforms networks.
  • His actions have spoiled the accommodationist agenda, and marred the image of the revolution.
  • The paper analyzes the evolution of Straits Settlements governments policy to overseas Chinese secret society.
  • This is the heart of my main criticism of Dawkins and every other materialist who believes that we are the products of unguided evolutionary processes: you can't get here from there.
  • Although the origins of the experimental child psychology are to be found in Germany, the new empirical and evolutionist child study was practiced mainly in the Anglo-Saxon world.
  • He believed that socialism would — and must — come to America, not through armed, bloody revolution but through popular participation in representational government and the constant expansion of the state. Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood
  • The students seemed to offer another option for an administration already grappling with sabo -- teurs in Iraq and suicide bombers in Israel: to sit back and wait for a second Iranian revolution. Firefight Over Iran
  • An evolutionary biologist at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, specializes in trapdoor and funnel-web spiders, and tarantulas.
  • The remaining three evolutionary forces are nonadaptive in the sense that they are not a function of the fitness properties of individuals: mutation is the ultimate source of variation on which natural selection acts, recombination assorts variation within and among chromosomes, and genetic drift ensures that gene frequencies will deviate a bit from generation to generation independent of other forces. A Disclaimer for Behe?
  • In the USSR, most anarchists turned into Communists after the Russian Revolution.
  • Her longings grew more varied and virulent with each passing year: raw pig meat, Hawaiian pineapples infeasible to procure in revolutionary Cuba, chewing tobacco, cockscomb stew. The Lady Matador’s Hotel
  • From the Rushmorean cover portrait of Bush (which over the headline 'An American Revolutionary' was such a brazen and transparent effort to recall George Washington that it was embarrassing) to the 'Why We Fight' black-and-white portraiture of the aggrieved president sitting somberly at the bedside of the war-wounded, this issue is positively hysterical in its iconolatry. "What kind of a maniac puts eagles in a Christmas tree?": James Wolcott
  • A bloodless revolution is possible, but only if it's supported by a clear majority of the populace, who are no longer afraid to say what they think for fear of being shot.
  • It is actually something of a challenge to locate sentences in The Structure of Evolutionary Theory that are not unwieldy, ridiculously self-referential, and grotesquely polysyllabic.
  • Equality in poverty might mean civil population contentment whereas glaring inequalities sow the seeds of a class struggle or revolution.
  • He offers an impressive specification of the role that disgust plays in Freud's evolutionary theory of repression.
  • This is the first time that the use of dressed stone masonry is made, a major step in the evolution of building construction.
  • As Third World capitalism develops, the working class is destined to play its classic revolutionary role.
  • Mao led the Cultural Revolution Authority in stirring up more animosity by calling the factional fighting “an extension of the struggle between the Communists and the Kuomintang”—without specifying which group was which. Wild Swans
  • As evolution is defined as heritable allelic changes over time, if sufficient time does not pass, evolution may not happen. Evolution
  • So it will prove in the future, for nothing can frustrate the evolutionary movement nor prevent humanity as a whole from attaining and achieving its purpose.
  • Pictures, diagrams, tables and models are used to explain the evolution of engines from steam through diesel to electric traction.
  • In the last ten years there has been a revolution in education.
  • Of so-called "eco-terrorism" in his case, a term believed coined by Ron Arnold, executive director of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise (CDFE), a radical right wing group established on July 4, 1976 "to continue (the) Revolution of liberty, free enterprise and individual initiative .... without hindrance by government. Daniel McGowan - Another "War on Terrorism" Victim
  • In a recent paper, Dr. Dial and a graduate student, Brandon E. Jackson, presented a novel idea about how some dinosaurs used their proto-wings — a possible step in the evolution of flight.
  • In view of this, previously proposed timescales for evolutionary events may need to be reassessed.
  • _They_ were compelled to regard exploitage as a cruel but eternally unavoidable condition of the progress of civilisation; for when they lived it was and it always had been a necessity of civilisation, and they could not justly be expected to anticipate such a fundamental revolution in the conditions of human existence as must necessarily precede the passage from exploitage to economic equity. Freeland A Social Anticipation
  • It is true that some former Levellers retreated into religious passivity, internalising their revolutionary ideology and seeking a godly republic within.
  • As in so much else, the French revolutionary regime was the precursor of the centralized, totalitarian, managerial, pseudo-democratic despotisms that now reign over the West.
  • Tomorrow is the thirtieth anniversary of the revolution.
  • In reticulate evolution, there is no unique notion of genealogical descent: genetic content can be distributed collectively. A Disclaimer for Behe?
  • But archæological research having established the fact that phallicism has, at one time or another, been common to nearly all races, it seems probable that the Arunta tribe represents a deviation from the normal line of mental evolution. Bygone Beliefs
  • It is impossible to exaggerate the revolutionary significance of the recognition of a binding judicial tribunal external to the realm.
  • She revolutionised nursing by transforming what was regarded as the work of a chambermaid or scullion, into an occupation for caring and highly trained women.
  • In the historical development of cartography, when a new type or style of map appears on the scene, it is normally derived from earlier forms in some evolutionary process.
  • The specialist radiates, operates and medicates, turning what should have killed us evolutionarily into "chronic conditions" that cost 19 percent of the GDP to control. Francine Hardaway: Routine Maintenance: Health Care's Contract With America
  • When that happens, it will make all previous technological revolutions seem like minor hiccups.
  • During the 1980s the contras, strongly backed by the United States, raised 18,000 troops to fight the revolution.
  • Architects were needed to transform buildings made redundant by the Revolution, such as churches, into buildings serving new public needs.
  • A postdoctoral position, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, is available to work with Dr Tokiharu Takahashi on the evolutionary origin of multiple cell lineages in vertebrate haematopoiesis. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • A hydraulic representation of his system dominated in which the historical evolution and context of Keynes's ideas could find no place.
  • On the other hand, it is very probable that this subcaudal extension of the fins is merely a result of the posterior extension and enlargement of these fins which has taken place in the evolution of the adaptation. Hormones and Heredity
  • As revolution spread to Palermo, Milan and Naples it seemed as if the people of Italy could break the domination of the myriad of foreign rulers and domestic autocrats.
  • Gregory's procedure was little less revolutionary than that of the King, but the claim to depose might appear as only a concomitant to the power already wielded by Popes in bestowing crowns, while for Gregory it had by this time become the copingstone in the fabric of those relations between Church and State which he and his party were building up. The Church and the Empire, Being an Outline of the History of the Church from A.D. 1003 to A.D. 1304
  • For the middle classes Britain meant business and they wanted constitutional change to prevent revolution not promote it.
  • This paper describes a case study of adaptation, constraint, and evolutionary innovation in pierid butterflies.
  • El Barzon (the yoke) takes it's name from the revolutionary saying, "the yoke is broken, but the ox goes on". The middle class revolt
  • If they do then it will revolutionise ideas about how much tiny babies can learn.
  • As for evolution, the "crossbreed" scenario only works for those who don't quite understand evolution or genetic mapping ... Comic Book Resources
  • For Scottish criminal cases the court can be used only when cases relate to "devolution matters", a term covering the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament in dealing with human rights issues. WalesOnline - Home
  • But they can have had little inkling of the social revolution or the economic upheavals that the next half-century had in store. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once a regime has lost the support of its police and armed forces, revolution is almost inevitable. Times, Sunday Times
  • With both countries experiencing economic revolutions, it might be time to redraw the traditional relationship.
  • Patterns of adult body size are likely the evolutionary consequence of variation in juvenile survivorship among populations.
  • For Scottish criminal cases, the court can be used only when the case relates to "devolution matters", a term covering the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament in dealing with human rights issues. Evening Standard - Home
  • The influential evolutionary biologist John Maynard Smith coined the culinary term “primordial pizza” to capture the spottiness of this idea. SuperCooperators
  • This paucity of experimental data makes it difficult to identify the ecological conditions that favor the evolution of the facultative response and of the particular environmental cues that may trigger it.
  • The greatest lexicographer of the 19th and early 20th century, James A.H. Murray, began his Romanes Lecture in 1900 on The Evolution of English Lexicography — one of the key texts in English lexicography — with a little story: Analyzing Becky Sharp’s Trash
  • Huxley's interest in these great problems appears and reappears throughout his published writings, but his views are most clearly and systematically exposed in his "Romanes" lecture on "Evolution and Thomas Henry Huxley; A Sketch Of His Life And Work
  • This will in the future be a major factor in the evolution of the geopolitical and geostrategic situation in different parts of the world.
  • This is especially true for American Revolution, where a conservative consensus sets the framework of discussion.
  • Rather, it invites ridicule, contempt and cynicism towards the whole devolution project.
  • An. darlingi proteins were found that match culicine but not anopheline proteins, indicating loss or rapid evolution of these proteins in the old world Cellia subgenus. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • It is also well known that men lie somewhat differently to women, doubtless for sound reasons of evolutionary biology. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ten years of war, social revolution, and invasion have played havoc with the Kampuchean population. Kampuchea: A Demographic Catastrophe
  • Which theory do you think should be taught in our schools - creationism, evolution, intelligent design or all of the above?
  • In terms of biological evolution, complex adaptive systems seek patterns and learn from their interactions with the environment.
  • The final programmes will engagingly escort us to the present day, via a coin defaced by Suffragettes, a plate from the Russian revolution, and a credit card, to the final object. A History of the World in 100 Objects is Radio 4 at its best
  • Australian physiologist Frank Cotton played a central role in the evolution of the aviation garment in the 1930s and 1940s.
  • On Earth at that time, chimpanzees were splitting from gorillas to form a branch of the ape family tree that led to the evolution of humans. Times, Sunday Times
  • The weather was warm and clear; the mood happy in this, the cradle of the American Revolution, which is overwhelmingly pro-Obama. At the Polls: Lines and Lawsuits - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • War and revolution have torn families apart.
  • This kind of coinage and derivation is a typical process in the creative evolution of language, and is exactly the sort of thing that snoots like to deprecate.
  • Now when I was shut up in my room with the mumps was the time to begin The French Revolution. In the days of my youth when I was a student in the University of Virginia, 1888-1893.
  • Random genetic variations plus Darwinian selection were shown to be sufficient causes of biological evolution. Infinite in All Directions
  • That would be the option of theistic evolution, which to me is not a logical choice because it requires elements of faith that simply don't comport with science and logic.
  • Who is Dawkins, asks McGrath, to belittle theism when such giants of evolutionary theory did not?
  • This was a side effect of the Industrial Revolution; many of our rivers were canalised and made navigable during the C19th which stuffed it all up with weirs and locks and pollution.
  • The violent revolution upturned the whole country.
  • Evolution is not a long-winded way of making human beings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet evolution predicts not just successions of forms, but also genetic lineages from ancestors to descendants.
  • What she finds particularly galling is the tea partiers 'oft-repeated revolutionary cry of taxation without representation, despite the election of a president on the highest voter turnout since 1968. Three books on the Tea Party, reviewed by Steven Levingston
  • As commonly interpreted, Darwinian evolution is a process by which the individuals less fit to survive the challenges of the environment are genetically weeded out.
  • We're going to get the low-down on a tech revolution that I, for one, have heard very little about until I got ready to do this program.
  • Meysman et al. also assign a "revolutionary" position to bioturbation in the grand scheme of evolution: "Benthic fauna had to adapt to the newly emerging bioturbated sediment conditions, thereby fuelling the 'Cambrian explosion'". Bioturbation all around you
  • Studies indicate that light regulation and control of biorhythms are functionally interrelated and possibly have a common evolutionary origin.
  • As such, these works serve as a convincing proof of principle and have informed our own approach to the problem of dominance evolution.
  • - And the Haiti disaster caused lots of death, which is quite important to the evolutionism that is central to the Dawkins-like world-view; and reduction of world population is central in the extreme forms of ecologism/environmentalism. Pious Atheism « Anglican Samizdat
  • This was really the beginning, the outstart, of Nelson's great career; for Hood's interest in him, then aroused, and deepened by experience to the utmost confidence and appreciation, made itself felt the instant the French Revolutionary War began. The Life of Nelson
  • She reminds us that French revolutionary leaders were often portrayed as wild beasts or savage tigers by critics at the time and that the tiger in the poem is located in a nightmarish industrial landscape.
  • But the supposed need for an early revolution did persuade many to accept violence as a temporary necessity.
  • It is likely that what we think of as winter blues has its origins in evolutionary biology. The Sun
  • The aesthetic revolutions of the 20th century, in painting, music and literature, reflected the galvanizing cataclysms of the times - the world wars, the Holocaust, the nuclear peril.
  • Suddenly my in-car entertainment options were revolutionised. Times, Sunday Times
  • In fact, Robert E. Cray argues in his book on poor relief in New York that many rural towns erected workhouses and poorhouses before the American Revolution.
  • Close manoeuvring, defending against air and submarine attacks, naval gunfire shoots, practising replenishment operations at sea and helicopter operations will be among the evolutions which should keep the teenagers excited.
  • The biological metaphor has a significance of revelation for the development of evolutional economics.
  • Are you ready to take a look at the effects of the sexual revolution on erotic cinema?
  • THE author of 'Lorenzo Benoni' is GIOVANNI RUFFINI, a native of Genoa, who effected his escape from his native country after the attempt at revolution in 1833. Poems: Descriptive, Dramatic, Legendary and Contemplative, by William Gilmore Simms, Esq. In Two Volumes: Vol. II. I. Southern Passages and Pictures; II. Historical and Dramatic Sketches; III. Scripture Legends; IV. Francesca Da Rimini
  • In fact, I argue that evolutionary processes are the only known processes which can generate such nested hierarchies.
  • The revolutionary socialists only agreed to cease their protest when they were invited to an after-show lig in one of the capital's most expensive pubs.
  • Read on to discover how this radically innovative ‘fuel injection’ training gel is revolutionizing the supplement industry.
  • She was cautious, but Feinstein finds no trace of dishonour in the care she took to keep herself alive and free through successive waves of revolution and purgation.
  • The print revolution undoubtedly had an important impact on folk culture, through, for example, the mass printing of chapbooks, ballads, almanacs, and cheap abbreviated novels, not to mention religious literature.
  • But the process of dispersal was so slow that the rate of faunal replacement between different groups was much slower than the process of evolution within them.
  • The thirteen colonies began with a defensive revolution against tyrannical oppression and they were victorious.
  • These terms were agreeable to the Magyar aristocracy, but could not satisfy the revolutionaries or moderates among the lesser nobility.
  • This is a rare opportunity to make a substantial reform without an expensive revolution. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a reminder of how revolutionary their fast, loud and minimal music initially was.
  • An explanation may lie in the disjuncture between human evolution and history. Times, Sunday Times
  • Up to this contact with Price, and indeed for some time after, I had regarded group selection as so ill-defined, so woolly in the uses made by its proponents, and so generally powerless against selection at the individual and genic levels, that the idea might as well be omitted from the toolkit of a working evolutionist. David Sloan Wilson: Truth and Reconciliation for Group Selection XIII: Hamilton Speaks
  • Chapter 3 focuses on evolution, systematics, and biogeography.
  • God then willed the revolution of the outermost sphere, known as the diurnal sphere, which caused all the other spheres to revolve with it, thereby producing changes in the hyle in accordance with the motions of the sphere. A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy
  • The Prussian army invaded Baden, defeated the rebels, and forced the last remnants of the German revolution to capitulate in the fortress of Rastatt on 23 July.
  • The revolution brought many changes.
  • Move to the Left, encourage mass protest, and they risked being marginalized in a revolutionary confrontation.
  • In 1826 he generalised his theorem to a hyperboloid of revolution, rather than a cone.
  • According to the official figures, over one thousand people died during the revolution.
  • In evolutionary terms, human beings are clearly dispensable.
  • By contrast, at the heart of the third version is the revolutionary turbulence of a "rotatory movement that never comes to a standstill," and which Schelling compares to an "unremitting wheel" and the 'The Abyss of the Past': Psychoanalysis in Schelling's Ages of the World (1815)
  • And he said he was relishing the prospect of trading blows with the self-styled revolutionary. The Sun
  • Revolutionary cadres are not indestructible.
  • World War I saw the evolution of a new fortification setup combining field strongholds with fortresses.
  • By retiring officers unfit for active service, this group attempted to revolutionize the navy's traditional system of promotion.
  • In particular, the morphological structures of the evolving dust aggregates and, therefore, their dynamic coupling to the nebular gas motion and their further evolution have hardly been investigated empirically.
  • This may become an especially acute problem for a newly installed revolutionary regime, for example the Soviet Union.
  • The beats on Revolutionary Vol.2 might seem a little minimalist to some, but Immortal is that caliber of emcee who needs no distractions when he's on the mic to make his words felt.
  • Copernican revolution in philosophy", as he termed it: the most fundamental revolution in the whole history of epistemology; and his ethics is the most important one since Aristotle's. New Releases
  • His radical plans include a revolutionary, sliding lightweight roof, as well as new buildings to house a fashion and art college, multiplex cinema, luxury flats and even a centre for the town's youth.
  • Revolutions are only contemplated by cadres with intense preferences: most workers in liberal democracies will not vote for a revolution.
  • The third advance has been the construction of formal models for cultural evolution.
  • The end product of such a course of evolution is an obligate parasite that is inextricably linked to a particular host.
  • The content worlds (publishing, music, etc.) shall be revolutionized by corporations leveraging the Internet.
  • There are all sorts of reasons for the sharp increase in human athletic evolution. Times, Sunday Times
  • Like the Hawaiian Islands, the tropical Marquesas Islands are extremely isolated and all flora and fauna present are the result of long-distance colonization and in situ evolution for thousands to millions of years. Marquesas tropical moist forests
  • Darwin eventually put forward a model of biological evolution.
  • Ahmadinejad's 'victory' saps the Islamic Republic yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Ahmadinejad\'s \'victory\' saps the Islamic Republic '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: The Islamic Republic needs to seize the moment to respond to Iranians and the wider world before it traps itself into becoming the Islamic Republic of the Revolutionary Guards of Iran, an isolated military dictatorship akin to North Korea or Myanmar. Ahmadinejad's 'victory' saps the Islamic Republic
  • A computer boffin is set to make £5million from his revolutionary photo technology.
  • We're dealing with probably the biggest missing link in what we know about human evolution.
  • And this was really the great - the last crop of great evolutionary biologists from the 20th century. Punk Rock Professor Talks Anarchy And Evolution
  • Wendy Melvoin, the guitarist and singer-songwriter, is best known for her work in the 80s with Prince's band, the Revolution, and for being one half of Wendy & Lisa, a collaboration with her former girlfriend, Lisa Coleman. Lisa Cholodenko: 'I wanted to make a film that was not sanctimonious or sentimental'
  • Real scientists are mostly plugging along, exploring and refuting evolutionary theory's basic constructs all the time.
  • Second, it is important to facilitate fair and rational evolution of the international trading regime and furnish a favorable external financing environment.
  • Gingrich, whose "Contract With America" was a brilliant piece of political phrasemaking, is well aware that the phrase "social engineering" originated with Lenin's attempts to radically rebuild Russian society in the years that immediately followed the Bolshevik Revolution. Richard (RJ) Eskow: America's Real Radicals: The 40 Extremist Senators Who Voted Against Medicare
  • Both the perissodactyls and artiodactyls underwent a period of rapid evolution during the Miocene.
  • Might there be a universal selective benefit that could explain the evolutionary persistence of introns?
  • The sans-culottes had played a role in revolutionary events since 1789, but they had, as a class, received few gains.
  • The northern expedition of Jiang Jieshi's National Revolutionary Army, with the aid of Soviet general Vasili Blyukher (1889–1938, then using the name Galen), followed the old Taiping route from Guangdong through Changsha in Hunan (July 11) to Hankou (Sept. 6) and Wuchang (Oct. 10, captured on the 15th anniversary of the Republican Revolution). 1926, March 20
  • There is no youthful revolution against bourgeois values. Times, Sunday Times

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