Charles Darwin

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Noun1.Charles Darwin - English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)Charles Darwin - English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)
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EVOLUTIONARY SERIES: The theory of evolution has stirred emotions since the moment Charles Darwin conceived of it.
Gish, who came armed with a slide show designed to prove, as I recall, that the chief reason for the malaise of Today's Youth was the propagation, by the world's school systems, of the pernicious teachings of poor old Charles Darwin.
The Galapagos Islands first became famous through the writings of Charles Darwin, who visited them in 1835.
The roots of our existence were the preoccupation of evolutionist Charles Darwin from Shrewsbury.
Eliot, Henry Thoreau, Franz Kafka, and Charles Darwin.
A Worcestershire academic has helped change the scientific world's understanding of how Charles Darwin came to develop his theory of evolution.
In 1859 Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species, starting a debate still raging today.
Famous members of each denomination include Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere, Charles Dickens, Beatrix Potter, Clara Barton, Charles Darwin and Florence Nightingale, according to a Web site created by the Unitarian Universalists of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Since the publication of his Origin of the Species changed the course of modern biology in 1859, Charles Darwin has remained one of the most fascinating people in all of science.
A REPLICA of the ship that took Charles Darwin on his voyage of discovery could be built by a crew member's descendant.
The scientists noted that vines imported from the Americas didn't succumb to the insect, leading a few botanists and vintners to recall the recent writings of Charles Darwin on adaptation.
A giant gate in memory of Charles Darwin is set to tower over Shrewsbury town centre by the end of the year.

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