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Similar words: charles de gaullecharles isolar windharlequinfearlesspearlescentCharliecharlatanMeaning: n. English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882). 
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1 Charles Darwin formulated the theory of natural selection.
2 The University of Edinburgh's most famous dropout, Charles Darwin, pointed out that human beings are descended from animals.
3 Charles Darwin, in his theory of evolution by means of natural selection, stressed the role of competition.
4 Charles Darwin sought to document the entirety of the Earth's flora and fauna.
5 Charles Darwin did,(www.Sentencedict.com) but he had no need for a travel agent.
6 In the midst of this revelry, Charles Darwin strides in.
7 Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace discovered evolution independently.
8 Charles Darwin married his first cousin.
9 Charles Darwin didn't invent a belief system.
10 CHARLES DARWIN was born on February 12 th 1809.
11 the theory of natural selection, first propounded by Charles Darwin.
12 Charles Darwin wed his cousin Emma and spawned 10 children, including four brilliant scientists.
13 Charles Darwin pointed out that human beings are descended from animals.
14 The remarkable life on the Galopagos Islands inspired Charles Darwin to establish his theory of evolution.
15 Charles Darwin did not think of himself as a genius.
16 The authors are Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace .
17 Father of Modern Biology: Charles Darwin Charles Darwin's whole life was changed by one lucky chance.
18 Archaeopteryx was discovered in 1861, two years after Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species.
19 The theory of natural selection was first propounded by Charles Darwin.
20 He mistakenly ascribes the expression "survival of the fittest" to Charles Darwin.
21 Its overthrow was a necessary precursor of, and possibly stimulus to, the theories Charles Darwin was developing a century later.
22 Smith knew nothing of the idea of organic evolution that Charles Darwin was to enunciate some decades later.
23 This is the key principle of modern biology, as described by Charles Darwin in the mid-nineteenth century.
24 It emerged in public consciousness as a reaction to Charles Darwin and the evolution controversy.
25 The idea was most clearly formulated by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, but Charles Darwin sometimes used it, too.
26 We are publishing it as part of our tribute to Charles Darwin on his 200th birthday.
27 Notable former Cambridge students include Oliver Cromwell, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawking.
28 Hawking won the Royal Society's most prestigious prize for scientific achievement, the same medal given to Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and Captain James Cook.
29 Held up in between two human fingers, this amazing two-headed African Spurred Tortoise is a rare sight to behold - and even evolutionist Charles Darwin would struggle to explain its unique deformity.
30 He was speaking ahead of the presentation of Britain's highest scientific award, the Royal Society's Copley Medal, previously granted to Charles Darwin, Michael Faraday, and Albert Einstein.
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