caveman

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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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But the Cavemen responded with a scoring drive of their own, going back up 28-7 on a 3-yard run by Ben Dean, and a 22-yard field goal at the start of the fourth quarter made it 31-7 Grants Pass
com provides a fun opportunity for extending involvement with Geico's cavemen marketing personas," said Phil Ovuka, director of creative media services.
Keeping mostly to themselves over the millennia and living in remote communities, a small number of cavemen - and cavewomen - have been slowly migrating from these sub-societies and attempting to acclimatise themselves to the modern human world.
The cavemen dress tidily, and they share a swank, modern apartment (see CavemansCrib.
Ward added, "I called to congratulate the Cavemen for their win, but they weren't very excited.
In an unbelievable game they narrowly lost out 12-11 to Barclays and despite Notts Forest losing to 2 Swans Unfrozen Cavemen were relegated to Division Three.
The high school was anatural fit because its athletic teams are nicknamed the Cavemen.
Making macaroni cheese for the family, like the cavemen did in caveman times.
FORGET the image of cavemen roaming far and wide to hunt while women always stayed at home.
New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Archaeologists have unearthed fossilized teeth of cavemen dating back 100,000 years, the first such discoveries in central China.
Some background first: people who live in caves tend to live like cavemen, according to the intriguing historian John O' Farrell.