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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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By the words, necessary of life, I mean whatever, of all that man obtains by his own exertions, has been from the first, or from long use has become, so important to human life that few, if any, whether from savageness, or poverty, or philosophy, ever attempt to do without it.
None can be an impartial or wise observer of human life but from the vantage ground of what we should call voluntary poverty.
Sharon Begley writes in Newsweek magazine on April 10,2000: "Science will know the blueprint of human life, the code of codes, the holy grail, the source code of Homo sapiens.
Opponents of the idea worry that a broadcast would be either too horrific, making viewers sick to their stomachs, or too trivial - demeaning human life by turning a solemn event into another crude reality-TV show.
human life is not satisfying to those who believe that dimensions of the human experience cannot be explained by an exclusively physiological analysis.
He raises important questions that anyone concerned about the sanctity of human life must address.
Bill Clinton, who cravenly capitulates his constitutional civilian power to the military, utterly lacks a value system hinged to the survival of human life and dignity, which is why he buddies up with Colin Powell.
At Alcoa, one of our guiding Principles is that we will value human life above all else and manage risk accordingly.
Responding, Sheikh Alqoatoni said the Saudi Arabia government was poised to crush terrorism and disregard for human lives and was ready to partner with any country in the crusade to uphold the security and sanctity of the human life.
In light of the fact that teaching something definitive on the overall meaning of human life is a monumental faux pas within the public school system, the problem is genuine; for one cannot so much as put up a small Christmas tree in a classroom without someone coming down hard and forbidding it.
You represent more than 3,000 local affiliates with chapters in all 50 states, you come from many backgrounds, and faith traditions, yet you are united in this common belief: human life is the gift of our creator and it deserves protection in all its stages.
Our past concerns with where human life begins seem almost quaint when confronted with the question: "What is human life?

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