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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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Our free DVD contains the first full episode of Walking With Cavemen, taking you back 3.
Willamette 2, Grants Pass 0: Jerusalem Morris and Katlyn Martinez scored for the Wolverines as they opened league play with a win against the visiting Cavemen.
THEY may have been wiped out 40,000 years ago but cavemen left a lasting mark on us - ill health.
Researchers think what caused the tooth cracks was not the foods they ate--berries, leaves, seafood, and meat--but the way these cavemen used their chompers to hold thread when weaving.
Now we're going back four million years to another time of cavemen fighting implausible creatures.
London, Mar 26 (ANI): A leading archaeologist claims that cavemen were far more sophisticated than their dimwitted reputation suggests.
ADOPTING the lifestyle of a cavemen can bestow you with all the energy and good health you have ever dreamed about.
YES] WHY THEY'LL WIN: Implementing the Double Wing on offense, the Cavemen should be able to consistently get the pigskin into the end zone.
Instead of eating three square meals a day, many of New York's cavemen fast intermittently, up to 36 hours at a stretch.
Back in the days when we were hairy cavemen, the body would insulate itself by making all its hairs stand on end, trapping the cold air before it reached the skin.