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Use "kinds" in a sentence
"On the other hand, when we look primarily at differences of structure we find that not only are there wide and distinct gaps between the larger categories, such as mammals and birds, with few or no intermediate forms, but the actual individuals most closely similar to one another naturally and inevitably fall into distinct groups which we call kinds or species."
"By accepting "kinds" and "evolution within kinds" what the YEC is claiming is that God originally created these groups and no others have appeared since and that all evolution within kinds is by descent with modification."
"In this context, the term "kinds" is so vague as to be worthless."