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Huff led them into a series of poses, from the tree pose to the superman pose, where the men lay on their mats with their arms stretched forward and legs lifted in the back.
Flowers, origami cranes, and a superman doll were among the items left on the ground below their names.
In a civilization that’s shrugged off God, Friedrich Nietzsche wrote, an Übermensch (literally: superman) operates within his own morality, striving for greatness no matter how it might be misunderstood or reviled by the masses.
The neighborhoods desperately need a superman or a mayor who knows how to deliver like a superhero in words and in deeds.
Dr. Atl, a cultural force before the revolution’s start, ended up peddling Nietzschean schemes of superman rule from the top.
Davis connects with a hard superman punch and then follows with another punch behind it.
In other words, these researchers found, Babe Ruth was basically a hitting superman.
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First Known Use: 1894See Words from the same year
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