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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In Chapter Five, "The Apeman Cometh," Fenton begins to utilize extensively his strategy of directly citing passages from Tarzan books as indications of Burroughs innermost thoughts.
In Hamburg, Stage is bringing "Tarzan" to an end next year, but the apeman show, which has made some $225 million from nearly 3 million admissions since its 2008 premiere, will start swinging in Stuttgart in the fall.
London, November 22 ( ANI ): An apeman standing eight feet tall and with "red burning eyes" has been spotted lurking around the woods in a town in England, it has been claimed.
I wrote a story called "The Return of Apeman" that I began in the U.
(RTE Two, 6pm - 7.35pm) Brilliant slapstick comedy about a Tarzan-like apeman discovered in the African jungle and taken back to San Francisco.
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.The Birmingham Post, October 1980
[Unhamper is a nonce but hamper and unhampered are in most dictionaries.]); 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.
However, while the film is taking these tentative first steps towards the rehabilitation of Jake the Muss, the "revenge" sub-plot- involving Sonny, his friend Mookie, and Tania and their efforts to persuade Apeman, the leader of the Black Snakes, to kill Grunt, the leader of the rival gang, Kai Patu Kaahu-gains momentum.
Unfortunately, he often sounds opinionated against a genre he has often been involved with (Apeman, Spaceman, 1968; La Science-Fiction Americaine: essai d'anthropologie culturelle, 1972; Robert Heinlein, 1987; Harry Harrison, 1990, among many others).
Upon finally encountering Europeans, Tarzan has to undertake the task of "translating" himself from the apeman to the civilized Lord Greystoke of European nobility.