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v. e·volved, e·volv·ing, e·volves
a. To develop or achieve gradually: evolve a style of one's own.
b. To work (something) out; devise: "the schemes he evolved to line his purse" (S.J. Perelman).
2. Biology To develop (a characteristic) by evolutionary processes.
3. To give off; emit.
1. To undergo gradual change; develop: an amateur acting group that evolved into a theatrical company.
2. Biology To arise or transform through evolutionary processes.

[Latin ēvolvere, to unroll : ē-, ex-, ex- + volvere, to roll; see wel- in Indo-European roots.]

e·volv′a·ble adj.
e·volve′ment n.
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As a member of the Board/Supervisory Board, Joop Grin was one of those responsible for Campina's evolvement into a leading international dairy organisation with member-farmers in three countries.
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Its ethics programme involves a steering and monitoring system that includes tools for ethical risk analysis and assessment, a country reporting system and regular audits; the promotion of employee evolvement on ethics and a culture of dialog and transparency.
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Binu Pillai, COO at MEOrient International, the organiser, said: "With the non-stop evolvement of international trade, China comes to the Mena region's doorsteps through China Homelife Dubai, as we made it our purpose to showcase China's high quality range of products that are not currently available in the region, and make it accessible to the interested buyers to directly liaise and discuss potential trade businesses with the exhibitors, through our VIP Hosted Buyers Program.
Aruba Networks said universities today are realising the advantages of using mobile technologies, for both students and lecturers, understanding that they allow for a diversification and evolvement in -- often historic -- teaching methods, which in turn offers flexibility to accommodate different styles of student learning.
The habitable nature, the environment, the evolvement into a drier setting of the Red Planet is being researched by the scientists.
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