We never will have the opportunity to learn from the details of their lives and the trillions upon trillions of trial-and-error learning that humankind has repeated again and again.
Certainly, the earliest history of swimsuits involved wearing nothing more than your birthday suit, but as humankind progressed, people became a lot more concerned about just how much of their bodies they were willing to show.
During this gate opening, humankind will leap to the next level of evolution and the message from the Mayans is for everyone to re-examine their lives so we don't become victims of the impending cataclysmic events.
Nicknamed the miracle plant or the natural healer, humankind has known of the medicinal uses of aloe vera for more then 4,000 years.
Is it just more media hype or is the government allowing special interest groups to pressure the FDA into approving food items that pose a threat to humankind?
Now the previously silent, oppressed masses can form a multitude capable of bringing about radical steps in the liberation of humankind.
His aura of power, his command and confidence, the sense that—whatever he was—he was something humankind wasn't prepared to face.
Everything in the universe, whether it is humankind, trees, stones, or the sky consists of energy that is in constant motion.
The Hebrew word Adam as a common noun can mean either ' humankind ' or ' man as distinct from woman ' .
betterment of humankind.
Why do you hope humankind will awaken from its nightmare and seek to establish brotherhood and goodwill on earth?
hair triggerto secure dominion over space would therefore elevate into the heavens the hair-trigger postures that plagued humankind during the Cold War.
This I believe, is the great challenge now confronting humankind.
The global water crisis is also one of the single biggest threats facing humankind.
God didn't create humankind on the first day or on the second day.
You may use your intellectual talents to benefit humankind some way.
humankind made " in God's image.
Society is entering a period of history when some of the most critical choices ever made by humankind lie ahead.
humankind cannot eat money.
humankind lives under the Law.
humankind's relationship with God.
humankind's most persistent quests.. .
humankind's greatest cultural achievements.
humankind's great responsibility.
humankind's impact on the natural world.
humankind in the twentieth century.
humankind in general.
humankind as a whole.
If his evidence is accepted, infanticide may be as old as modern humankind.
Now the previously silent, oppressed masses ' can form a multitude capable of bringing about radical steps in the liberation of humankind.
oneness of humankind the " pivot round which all the teachings of BahÃ¡'u'llÃ¡h revolve.
He is left pondering on the need of God to be loved, but he also was betrayed by humankind.
repugnant acts known to humankind.
Painted in the muted tones of history, Luc Tuymans offers a chilling ultimate truth about humankind.
tragedy, could the filling of that gap avert the greatest tragedies ever to face humankind?
This is a reversion to the religious tribalism of the first century world from which Jesus came to liberate humankind.
well-being of all humankind.
The fate of humankind cannot be left to the reactionary bourgeoisie of any shade, their political parties or representatives.
His crimes against humanity are of the most heinous character and are of the most repugnant acts known to humankind.
Islam allegedly is the best and final religion for all humankind, and the Muslim man may convert his submissive wife.
If so, could the filling of that gap avert the greatest tragedies ever to face humankind?
Nor do we wish to encourage narrow partisanship about an issue which so clearly affects the well-being of all humankind.
For the first time in the history of humankind, a small group of people with weapons of mass destruction can wreak untold damage.
There are many more not-so-famous dogs who have made their contributions to humankind.
Massage enables a smoother transition from the comfortable womb to that of humankind.
Archangels are the protectors of the greater good for humankind.
Thanks to time and the adventurous spirit of humankind, anyone can express themselves with a Celtic knot.
Roman Catholics may choose to get a cross knot tattoo as a symbol of the eternal love of God for humankind.
Humankind has been making cheese for thousands of years, a process that was discovered when people domesticated sheep.
They are gifted with enormous magical powers and are therefore godlike in their interactions with humankind.
Non-human races mingle with humankind, and a corrupt government tries to maintain control over all.
His aura of power, his command and confidence, the sense thatâ€”whatever he wasâ€”he was something humankind wasn't prepared to face.
But as far as computers have advanced in my lifetime, the decision-making chores still seem to be reserved for humankind.
The newer show, like the original, carries viewers into a future setting where humankind struggles for survival against the robotic race known as the Cylons.
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