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As these thoughts, which have here to be set down in words, were flashed into the doomed man's brain rather than evolved from it the captain nodded to the sergeant.
To a man who has never seen the extraordinary nobility, strength, and grace that the devoted generations of ship-builders have evolved from some pure nooks of their simple souls, the sight that could be seen five-and-twenty years ago of a large fleet of clippers moored along the north side of the New South Dock was an inspiring spectacle.
Before the eyes of Jacob and Sarah Wade there had hovered, like a promise, the picture of the snug farm that could be evolved from this virgin soil.
This tale, which is evolved from the very heart of the Civil Service, may also serve to show some of the evils of our present social customs.
Some little time ago I had remarked to our young friend here that free hydrogen was evolved from the geyser.
Too little, if he could not invent a cause of quarrel which would give him the sympathy of the jury; too much, if he evolved from his own inner consciousness anything so outré as a dying reference to a rat, and the incident of the vanishing cloth.
In the case of fighter aircraft technology, following World War II, technology evolved from reciprocating engines to jet engines driving changes to basic aircraft design.
My feeling is that the entire large superfamily [of steroid receptors and related nuclear receptors] evolved from one of the more primitive known orphans," says O'Malley.
But Darwin himself feared that if certain biological structures were irreducible, they could not have evolved from simpler forms.
Embedded development has evolved from using off-the-shelf commercial boards to extensive reliance on proprietary hardware.
The discovery of a gene shared by fruit flies, mice, squid, and humans and the creation of unusual fruit flies that sprout eyelike structures in places such as wings, legs, and antennae have persuaded Gehring that all modern animals with eyes evolved from a common ancestor that possessed a primitive image-forming organ.
Most paleontologists in recent years have backed the theory that birds evolved from leathered dinosaurs that ran along the ground jumping after insects.