Example sentences for: devolution

How can you use “devolution” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Irish Independent fronted a photograph of Queen Elizabeth II and Irish President Mary McAleese celebrating Devolution Day with a private lunch at Buckingham Palace.

  • While I wouldn't go so far as to praise the early years of her show, Plotz succinctly tracked the devolution of what started out as a very good idea.

  • And they also reflect the nuances of American federalism, ensuring that implications of service delivery and devolution on state and local governments and on the private and nonprofit sectors are factored into all of its work.

  • All this is called devolution, to rhyme with "evolution" (and not to rhyme with "revolution").

  • Also in the Atlantic : An article condemns the devolution of power to state governments, arguing that it won't save money or improve services.

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