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  • n. Plural form of evolvement.

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Examples

  • As its vast evolvements floated on the air, the cry of triumph, the loud clarion of honest triumph, burst from every heart, horn, and trumpet blow.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • As its vast evolvements floated on the air, the cry of triumph, the loud clarion of honest triumph, burst from every heart, horn, and trumpet below.

    The Scottish Chiefs

  • Pereda feels obviously at home showing the influences from Petrucci, Howe, Metheny and Holdsworth, with Nocelli complementing his travels with polished proficiency, especially when it comes to edifying orchestrations and harmonic evolvements.

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  • Other character evolvements include Lucilla, who no longer plays second fiddle to the men in her life, and S'bu, who has shed his spoilt-rich-boy image and become responsible as co-owner of Hustle Records.

    Tonight

  • Software as a Service and other forms of managed services, distributed computing, outsourcing, application virtualization and many other current evolvements are leading into a direction where IT becomes more and more distributed.

    Planet Identity

  • He had made only one mistake -- and that he made in common with many of his fellow-players in the great game of speculation always going on eastward of Temple Bar -- he had mistaken the abnormal for the normal: he had imagined that these splendid opportunities were the natural evolvements of an endless sequence of everyday events; and when the sequence was abruptly broken, and when last of the seven fat kine vanished off the transitory scene of life, to make way for a dismal succession of lean kine, there was no sanguine youngster newly admitted to the sacred privileges of "The House" more astounded by the change than Mr. Sheldon.

    Charlotte's Inheritance

  • "That position, sir, materializes the sinuous evolvements and syncretic, synthetic, and synchronous concatenations of two cerebral individualities.

    Amusements in Mathematics

  • "Being involved in both technology and the adult industry, we wanted to utilize evolvements in technology and take them to the adult market to do something which hadn't been achieved before.

    AVN News

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