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We are learning about the prehistory of North America.
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Somewhere in prehistory, mankind invented politics to work through the inevitable complexities and contradictions.
Such questions run through Lee’s many affecting poems about his life as a refugee, now part of his mind’s prehistory, its episodes a hodgepodge of firsthand memories and secondhand accounts.
Given the quantities of beer involved, the prehistory of pong is appropriately vague.
Mr Wilson traces the source of creativity to human prehistory, on the African savannah.
Part of what Wilson wants is for human creative capacities to be put in a broader context that includes our prehistory and the biology of our nonhuman ancestors.
Each battle, from the opening crawl to the final minutes, devolves into cruder combat at closer range, creating a reverse military timeline from World War II to the tactics of prehistory.
Judaism, Christianity and Islam—and home to dozens of the most valuable relics of prehistory.
They were inhabited from prehistory until the 1950s, when — overcrowded, poverty-stricken and disease-ridden — they were evacuated by the state.
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