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Wall of Fame inductee criteria The following criteria must be met to be considered for induction to the Oconomowoc High School Wall of Fame: Candidate must have made a significant contribution to the welfare of mankind.
Méliès was working around the turn of the 20th century, a time of burgeoning scientific exploration and big dreams about the future of mankind.
What Is? explores six of the most intriguing questions that have ever challenged mankind: Is the world real?
Since the beginning of mankind—or at least since the Roman Empire—humans have gathered to eat food in a communal fashion.
Amid the stars, Yuri Gagarin represented all of mankind.
The view from the lunar landing module on July 20, 1969, was — in mankind’s best guess — the first time a living being traveled to another celestial body to observe the luminous blue planet shrouded in the seemingly infinite darkness of space.
These caring people have shown by example their compassion and love for mankind.
Mark Wipfli has spent many hours on salmon streams throughout Alaska, and the University of Alaska biologist has thought many times of mankind's impact on salmon.
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: all people thought of as one group
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