[Blues today]

Blake Wintory bwintor@comp.uark.edu
Thu Jun 18 19:16:25 EDT 1998


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>
> I assure you the word was in use before Darwin appropriately picked
> it to describe the evolution of species.
>
> >From Websters:
>
> Main Entry: evolve
> Pronunciation: i-'v„lv, -'volv, E- also -'v„v or -'vov
> Function: verb
> Inflected Form(s): evolved; evolvúing
> Etymology: Latin evolvere to unroll, from e- + volvere to roll --
> more at VOLUBLE
> Date: 1641
> transitive senses
> 1 : EMIT
> 2 a : DERIVE, EDUCE b : to produce by natural evolutionary processes
> c : DEVELOP, WORK OUT <evolve social, political, and literary
> philosophies -- L. W. Doob>
> intransitive senses : to undergo evolutionary change
>
> I'll continute to maintain that music evolves.
>
> BBB
>
> -
> B.B. Bean - Have horn, will travel                              bbbean@beancotton.com
> Peach Orchard, MO                                       http://www.beancotton.com/bbbean.shtml



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