(1) We found a gradation in the degree to which females selected the leader.(2) The gradation of perfection in these aspects is quite apparent with the academic progress.(3) within the woodpecker family, there is a gradation of drilling ability(4) These fossils constitute a gradation between Neandertals and modern humans, demonstrating that the distinction made by evolutionists is an artificial one.(5) He is one of the new generation of pioneers in batik design, which he makes on textured woven fabric with the play of soft color gradation .(6) There must be some kind of gradation here in which stoats are classed as less obnoxious than weasels, although they are relatives.(7) Could we not trace out the gradation in the cat, horse, cow, sheep, fowl, etc, in a like manner?(8) Answering the question suggests that its construct is legitimate, that a candidate's patriotism is subject to qualification, gradation , and comparison.(9) And an hour later all the clothes I wanted to give to the Salvation Army were stuffed in a bag, and all the new clothes were arranged by color, and gradation of color.(10) A more refined gradation of offences could hardly be worse in this respect, and might improve the structure of sentencing for sexual offences.(11) the Act fails to provide both a clear and defensible gradation of offences(12) In that context the Policy provides, in my view, a clear gradation of provision.(13) Now you say these are very serious matters, terrorism, but do you not see any gradation at all in the range of terrorism related charges, that there may be less serious charges within the category?(14) To obtain a darker color gradation , use double the amount of dye powder for each color.(15) Sparing no religious sentiments, Hunter explained: ├ö├ç├┐There is a regular and continued gradation of these from the most imperfect of the animal, to the most perfect of the human species.├ö├ç├û(16) The contrasting results between these latitudinal regions of Scandinavia reflect a gradation in climate types; the southern regions are subject to a more maritime, rather than continental, climate.