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  • Please tell me meaning of Yanishi
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • In the following sentence, is the use of the word "evolve" acceptable? "The company will provide services designed to maintain and help evolve the voting system." In other words, can something "evolve" another thing, or should "evolve" only be used to refer to a single object changing, rather that one thing changing another? 
    LikeReply4 years ago
    • Evolution is a noun that represents the development of something overtime. The development, in this process, is a result of a causal variable which may or may not be tangible. She helped evolve his personality from a reclusive snub to a cheery fellow. Thus one thing can evolve another thing and your sentence "The company will provide services designed to maintain and help evolve the voting system" is perfectly correct. Cheers. 
      LikeReply3 years ago

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