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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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That's a lie," the Texas caveman, who did not divulge his name, told (http://www.
After less than 6 months of operations -- and already profitable - Caveman Fitness has other management deals in the pipeline as the company brings its unique brand of training to the market and builds on its successful established private and corporate training programmes.
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION TO ENTER: When was Defending The Caveman first performed?
Defending The Caveman is at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre March 15-16 (0131 529 6000); Kilmarnock Palace theatre, April 20-21 (01563 554900); Dundee Rep April 22 -24 (01382 206 699); Eden Court, Inverness April 25-26 (01463 234234) and DG One Dumfries May 21-22 (01387 243 550).
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Having been translated into 16 different languages, Defending the Caveman has become a worldwide hit, performing to more than five million people globally in countries such as Germany, Slovenia, Belgium, France, Russia, Australia and South Africa.
Defending The Caveman was written as a solo show by an American, Rob Becker, who also performed in it.
It allows visitors to interact with the caveman story line at the individual level by making them active participants in the site.
I like to caveman the rail first, but nowadays with all the security sometimes you can't.
Psychologist Dr Aric Sigman said, "Humans now have to make more decisions in a single day than a caveman did in a lifetime.
And C4 missed the most moving moment in prehistory - when the first young caveman came out to his shocked Neanderthal parents, saying: "Mum dad, I'm a homo sapien.
Volvic natural mineral water is depicted as the perfect fuel for a caveman fleeing a dinosaur in a new hi-tech TV ad for the brand.