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May the light shine from the torch of the Goddess of Liberty to inspire our citizens to good and noble deeds for the benefit of mankind.
Unlike the marauding and potentially deadly grizzly, birds have been more subtle in their effects on mankind, yet their impact on our immediate lives has been far greater in the long run.
Privacy - Terms The answer lies in the composition of one of mankind’s most prolific materials: concrete.
So this is a record about perseverance through trauma and also about survival, because many people think of the Black Death as having been a total annihilation of mankind.
What makes this book endearing is its chatty, calm account of how genius in America can be a matter-of-fact defiance of reality that won’t alarm your dog or save mankind.
SpaceX is gearing up in its effort to build a rocket that could carry mankind to Mars and beyond.
Nuada plans to overthrow mankind with an indestructible mechanical army made of gold that was lost long ago.
The sixth season of the most delightfully horrifying form of entertainment mankind has known so far — Bravo’s bartender reality show Vanderpump Rules — comes to an end tonight.
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: all people thought of as one group
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