evolvement


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  • noun

Synonyms for evolvement

a progression from a simple form to a more complex one

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We are thrilled to honor the members of Evolvement Denver as our Youth Advocates of the Year," said Matthew L.
Speaking at the meeting in Tehran on Sunday, Head of the EP Delegation for Relations with Iran Tarja Cronberg underlined "the fact that women in the Iranian parliament form their own fraction, have their own group, discuss things, and do research is an evolvement in the society".
These days the level of evolvement has gone high, the more the merrier.
Sydney, Dec 13( ANI ): Australia captain Ricky Ponting has hailed Michael Clarke's spectacular batting form this year, and added that Oz captain's evolvement as leader of the team was another reason behind him deciding to retire.
The collective evolvement of society has enabled greater empowerment of women," said Ms Ali.
Moreover, the promotion of alternate fuel has also been the need of the hour as the country was rich of this potential; however prior evolvement of the consensus should precede any final decision.
Marriage is a natural evolvement of life and has no measure in terms of age or social status.
Where the 207 was svelte, the newcomer is more muscular, and that evolvement brings with it the benefit of creating more interior space and a car which is far easier to live with.
But where the 207 was more svelte the newcomer is more muscular, and that evolvement brings with it the benefit of creating more interior space and a car which is far easier to live with.
The continuous evolvement of these standards together with greater processing requirements dictates a new silicon design approach that will enable semiconductor companies to reduce development time, minimize risk and also extend products' life-cycle.
Sisu need to remember that football is a luxury not a necessity and with the evolvement of modern technology you no longer need to attend the stadium to witness the game.
Titled "China's New Courtship in South Sudan", the report tracks the evolvement of political and economic relations between Beijing and Juba over the years that followed the signing in 2005 of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), which ended civil war in the former united Sudan and culminated in the south's secession in July last year.
The mHealth conference involved a range of people from different parts of the healthcare industry talking about mobile health and its evolvement in the Middle East.
While condemning this terrorist crime, Hezbollah expresses its confidence that it will not disrupt the continuing evolvement and advancement of the Islamic Republic in the scientific nuclear field," said the party in a statement.
In considering the new translation of the text of the Mass it occurred to me that some of the original English translation was more than just a translation from Latin, but also an evolvement in our way of expressing our faith in a: deeper and more insightful way.