Definitions

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  • adj. That lasts for an eon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Cyclic; eternal.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The next irony is that this shows us a glimpse of the 'eonic evolutionary process', note the term 'eonic'.

    Darwiniana

  • Darwiniana » The myths of revelation and the actual perception of 'eonic' evolution

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  • This often explains why they in fact do not move, flail or generally streak about for the camera and remain firmly planted standing in the same spot for a long eonic couple of seconds.

    Daily Fail: You're Going Home In A Freaking Ambulance!

  • In the past, all evidence points to eonic timeframes where things were either colder or hotter than today.

    Juckes and 99.98% Significance « Climate Audit

  • I should point out that I never studied him academically, and had the supreme good fortune of coming to some kind of understanding via the eonic effect which provides a perfect model to understand the basics of his thinking.

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  • Check out the eonic effect at history-and-evolution. com.

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  • We can see the evolver at close range in the eonic effect, but as we realize from this example the source is beyond observation.

    Darwiniana

  • Whatever the case, the eonic effect gives us a glimpse of the way that evolution in the macro sense punctutates a stream of evolution in a micro sense.

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  • Sit down and study the eonic effect over a period of time, several months, and fit the pieces together until they suddenly click, and you will never again be conned by lesser attempts to define evolution.

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  • For one brief moment we catch the sasquatch of 'evolution' (i.e. here, 'eonic' evolution) in action.

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