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  • adverb In a Darwinian manner.


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  • Indeed, parroting is a difficult profession and requires the mastery of many tricks of the trade -- what to eat; how to find mates; what sort of nest to build, and where; how to evade predators (especially with such anti-Darwinianly bright-colored plumage); and so on.

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  • He loves war, as many have noted, he is militantly Zionist, he is Darwinianly ruthless about individual self-reliance vs. governmental programs and regulation.

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  • That is to say; what is done with respect to data gathering and information communication is, Darwinianly, "fit to purpose".

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  • Here then is another gap which can not be bridged over, nor crossed; for the plant in process of conversion into an animal is in process of starvation, and when the process is about to be completed, it will end like the miser's horse, whose master diminished his oats Darwinianly, a single grain a day, until he had brought him to live on just one grain per day, when, alas! the victim of the experiment died.

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  • Darwinianly speaking today’s survival is the bottom line.

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