spontaneous evolution

spontaneous evolution

the unaided delivery of the fetus from a transverse lie.

spontaneous evolution

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He is the best-selling author of The Biology of Belief and The Honeymoon Effect, and is the coauthor with Steve Bhaerman of Spontaneous Evolution.
The researchers suggested spontaneous evolution between humans and the virus, a process called "endogenisation" that is believed to have neutralised other viruses in humans in the past.
While felicitating the new generation politics, their proclaimed objectives and the people who offered their support to defeat the political dictators who dominated Indian democracy down the years, I think, it is too early to celebrate such spontaneous evolution of democratic process.
Modes of spontaneous evolution in ants with reference to the minimum interaction hypothesis.
Two different issues are at stake: the spontaneous development of the social order and the spontaneous evolution of the social rules.
When heterotopic pregnancy is implanted in the posterior cul-de-sac and cervix, extraction of ectopic and spontaneous evolution of intrauterine is feasible, which is always exposed to complications among which is the stillbirth.
The triptychs show some sort of evolution, from past to present to future," Sednaoui comments on the spontaneous evolution of Habbouche's triptychs.
Among specific topics are the spontaneous evolution of commercial law, contracting about bankruptcy, the affect of pre-arbitration negotiation on the choice of final offers in baseball, and the enforcement of commercial contracts in Ghana.
Even those ready to admit that we have some moral obligations with respect to future generations find it easy to rely on technical progress and its spontaneous evolution as a means to solve the problem.
Such a spontaneous evolution becomes more likely the higher the degree of correlation.
Otherwise, both theories have the same general viewpoint on the spontaneous evolution of a system: evolution consists of sequences of transformations initiated by changes in the environment; any transformation is regarded as spontaneous if it leads from an initial state of the system to a subsequent one that is more probable in the changed environment; therefore such transformations and the evolution they authorize are intelligible at the same time as being necessary and irreversible.
Baker traces the rather spontaneous evolution of two aspects of the emerging liberty from constraint and equality under law found through the common law: the end of villenage and the elimination of the improper use of imprisonment.

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