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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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Around 10,000 years ago, Homosapiens settled down to the agricultural life in river deltas in the Indo-China, Eupharates Valley, Nile Valley and in north western South America.
Entre la sombra de la dictadura y el futuro de la democracia, Rosario, HomoSapiens ediciones, 2006, p.
Intelectuales y politica en America Latina, El desencantamiento del espiritu critico, HomoSapiens ediciones, Rosario, 2003.
The Bowl Championship Series has two polls voted upon by homosapiens and one that tabulates computer rankings.
The author goes back thousands of years and traces movements of homosapiens and whole communities, first in Africa and then in Eurasia.
In another analysis, they compared three Neandertal jaws from the site with jaws from 32 Neandertals and 23 modern Homosapiens previously found at Stone Age sites throughout Europe and western Asia.
Not a wise move, given recent reports of the increasing enthusiasm of wild animals to chomp on any homosapiens within lunging distance.
Therefore anything that disturbs natural equilibrium or the creative cycle can be treated as a negative, destructive and deplorable force, be it the relationship between homosapiens of the same or different gender, or theirs, in turn with nature.