apeman


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apeman

any of various extinct apelike primates thought to have been the forerunners, or closely related to the forerunners, of modern man
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Local community website Tunbridge Wells People said that the Kentish Apeman - or British Bigfoot - was first seen 70 years ago during World War Two, but has "now returned".
Incidentally the apeman was re-elected as mayor last year even after failing to keep his election promise.
More than 150 guests dressed as Frankenstein, Dracula, the Apeman and zombies spent three days at the New Imperial Hotel in Temple Street, revelling in their mutual interests of fantasy, sword and sorcery and supernatural horror.
and a rebus expressing in dialect a stereotyped, violent apeman (PR: "'E ate chew
Picture a time, long, long ago, when some hairy Neanderthal first picked up a rock and flung it at a marauding apeman trying to drag off his woman, or maybe it was a leg of mammoth.
After Sonny leaves her at home, and without any form of defense, Apeman (Pete Smith) arrives and shoots her in the head in cold blood.
Kattan, who plays an apeman character on ``Saturday Night Live,'' proves just as deft at big-screen slapstick.
Upon finally encountering Europeans, Tarzan has to undertake the task of "translating" himself from the apeman to the civilized Lord Greystoke of European nobility.
London, October 26 ( ANI ): In 1937, a Dutch magazine published pictures of a supposed apeman found in the jungles of Brazil, but online observers have now argued that it could be the work of an excellent make-up artist.
The seventies brought us Lola, Apeman, Wish I Could Fly Like Superman and the darkly festive Father Christmas, and the eighties were enlivened by Come Dancing and Don't Forget To Dance.
Hollywood folklore says you get the ear-splitting Apeman cry that's thrilled kids since 1932,whenitwasheardfor the first time in the first Tarzan talkie.
During the Seventies, Ray added such killer songs as Lola and Apeman to his catalogue.