use progenitor in a sentence.
Rather, we became our big brained selves because our progenitors cooked their food.
I think Psyco was a separate code base, and not an actual progenitor of PyPy.
I will never ever trust anything even remotely associated with OpenDNS or it's progenitors.
If you have time, go for a walkabout here:It's the progenitor Wiki.
I'm comparing D3 with two of it's progenitors, Prefuse and Flare.
It's a testament to the quality and reach of his vision that these words are coming to you via systems that recognisably Unix and written in C _40 years_ after Ritchie (and colleagues) created their progenitors.
Stem cell researches have found that in order to grow a healthy organ, the progenitor cells must be in a certain physical arrangement.
And now someone tells me that my progenitors were assholes to do so.
I may not have gotten this across properly, but the same is true of WebKit or rather its KHTML/KJS progenitors (KDE is an open source community and its trademark-holding legal entity is a not-for-profit).
The iPad is cool, but it's only cool because it went the extra mile and released something polished and thoroughly thought-out from a user experience perspective, whereas its progenitors of like form factor targeted specialists (serious digital artists, et al) and they basically worked, but they just required more work, as one might expect when comparing a high-end specialist's tool with what is essentially a portable document, web, game and movie player.