The conversation then branched off
onto the topic of family business and the pressures incumbent upon her as a scion.
What's generally been dubbed the Nuevo Latino movement has now branched off
into sub-segments, with Argentine and Brazilian restaurants becoming especially popular.
Some 4 to 6 million years ago, scientists say, apes and human beings branched off
the same family tree.
When we began looking into licensing technology rather than creating it, we quickly discovered a growing segment of engine providers, like Cybernet, who had branched off
of the traditional 'all in one' approach to game engine design.
Most scientists had held that hominids and ancient chimps branched off
from a common ancestor roughly 7 million years ago, with no interbreeding.
The wood pellet fuel manufacturer has branched off
into a new market, producing an absorbent bedding for horses and livestock with a pellet made from saw dust.
The human lineage branched off
from the chicken lineage 300 million years ago, while we split from mice just 100 million years ago.
It belongs to a group of animals called mammaliaforms, a dead-end lineage that branched off
near the base of the mammal family tree, says Zhe-Xi Luo, a paleontologist at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh.
When the franchise was revoked, she branched off
and launched Esprit Ropes in 1995 with Christenson, whom she describes as their director of product development and designated "guinea pig.