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human

noun being, body, character, human being, individual, living soul, man, member of the human race, one, particular one, party, person, woman
Associated concepts: human rights law, United NationsDeclaration of Human Rights
See also: bodily, character, person, physical
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Just when the Cro-Magnons became Homo sapiens is unclear, but it seems to have taken place suddenly, in geologic terms.
The scientists say members of that ancient species had taller heels than ancient Homo sapiens or modern people.
The Homo Sapiens pens were inspired by the Bronze Age, the period in which writing emerged, and accordingly the metallic parts of the pen are made of bronze as it was originally made.
But Homo sapiens later adopted "blades" which were Aakes with parallel edges twice as long as wide.
Discussion seeking the truth about God's creating acts is needed for comparison to the theory that we humans are descendants of the apes and Homo sapiens.
Along with evolution, the God squad has apparently stopped teaching the difference between Homo sapiens and homo cartoonum.
I think we've reached a terrible point where there is nowhere that things are safe from Homo sapiens.
Reality is likely just as complex as Hobbs and Fowler described; but it is also clear from the research of Hopfenberg (2003) and Hopfenberg and Pimentel (2001) that the dynamics of human population growth is no longer preternatural but knowable, and that the population dynamics of Homo sapiens is not essentially different from the population dynamics of other species in both the complexity and the simplicity of the governing elements.
Although both made stone tools and had large brains, only the more successful Homo Sapiens survived to take over the Earth.
Although some 19th century findings had suggested the existence of Neanderthal man in the Western Hemisphere, this evidence was rejected by the 1910s, and since then it is generally accepted that only full Homo sapiens sapiens (or anatomically modern man) migrated to the New World.
These infections are caused by multihost parasites for which the reservoir of infection depends on hosts other than Homo sapiens.
And now being cited as the birth of the first Homo sapiens.