“The Extended Synthesis says those jumps are sometimes hundreds of millions of years and you've coined the term punctuated evolution to cover this.”
“The Cedarberg range of the Cape Fold Belt is rugged terrain punctuated with few natural passes.”
“In spite of this, the relationship soon stumbled over Iraq, missile defense, and NATO expansion, reaching a low point during Bush's second term punctuated by mutual recriminations and thinly veiled threats.”
“He enlisted the assistance of Stephen Jay Gould of Harvard and introduced the world to the theory they called punctuated equilibria.”
“He yelled in short, punctuated bursts as if he thought he needed to spell out simple concepts.”
“Martin punctuated the burst with a 21-footer off a feed from”
“We could hear them growling to each other in German, punctuated by an occasional English oath, as they stumbled forward in the dark.”
“A letter badly written, badly spelt, or badly punctuated, is a direct and abiding proof of a neglected education, or a disorderly mind.”
“Hairston told the 911 operator, the call punctuated by screams and a rapid series of gunshots in the background.”
“The word punctuated John McCain's peroration to thousands of Pennsylvanians who turned out in Hershey on a cold, drizzly morning to cheer him and running mate Sarah Palin.”
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