It is a growing mechanism that is not yet finished, and may never be; but it has already evolved
far enough to be one of the wonders of the electrical world.
Finally, Xodar, who is a fiend for subtle craftiness, evolved
a plan whereby we might worm the information from him.
I take it that conscience is the guardian in the individual of the rules which the community has evolved
for its own preservation.
Hilbery had evolved
a theory that Anne Hathaway had a way, among other things, of writing Shakespeare's sonnets; the idea, struck out to enliven a party of professors, who forwarded a number of privately printed manuals within the next few days for her instruction, had submerged her in a flood of Elizabethan literature; she had come half to believe in her joke, which was, she said, at least as good as other people's facts, and all her fancy for the time being centered upon Stratford-on-Avon.
Only a genius could have evolved
such a lock as this is designed to spring.
She became more and more determined and excited as she evolved
He hopes that in other and slighter things he has bettered his own instruction, and that in form and in fact the book is altogether less crude and less rude than the papers from which it has here been a second time evolved
He worked mighty hard mixing all sorts of things together, until finally he evolved
a substance that looked like powder.
Gradually rudimentary nervous systems and minute brains evolved
Ah, but could we once get a start, I am sure that when all were true cos-ata-lo there would have been evolved
at last the true dominant race before which all the world would be forced to bow.
Then Soto came gliding noiselessly into the room, fully dressed, with tireless eyes but wan face,--Soto, the prototype of his master, the most perfect secretary and servant evolved
through all the years.
For some reason altogether beyond our conception--and man may have been a mere accident, a by-product evolved
in the process.
The hardest thing for modern, evolved
man to do is to forget his ancient training.
The Barbary Coast of San Francisco, once the old-time sailor-town in the days when San Francisco was reckoned the toughest port of the Seven Seas, had evolved
with the city until it depended for at least half of its earnings on the slumming parties that visited it and spent liberally.
In the meanwhile my mind had not been idle, and I had finally evolved