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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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But director Robert Luketic keeps the pace brisk and the characters are always interesting, with Butler's reconstructed cave-man finding common ground with the luminous Heigl's uptight professional.
I remember when I used to play - way back in the cave-man years - and we had a number of venues where we loved to play because we knew the supporters would be up for it.
It's looking hairier than a dread-locked cave-man starring in Hair.
Women don't care that much because they know it's a world that is essentially run, to use a shorthand, a man's way, - a world that still finds it works to use cave-man strategy.
Cave-man was in riotous form, mixing hallmark ballads with crash-bang mayhem, and backed by three Bad Seeds members-Warren Ellis on violin, Martyn Casey on bass and Jim Sclavunos on drums.
Rather than let your child slip out to McDonald's to satisfy a cave-man craving, you can offer a hamburger made of organic, grass-fed beef which, when "raised on smaller, local farms, rather than on large commercial farms, not only tastes better but is a healthy, environmentally sound alternative," according to Danielle Nierenberg, a Worldwatch researcher (WW news release, June 2003).
We live in a space-age society but we are descending to cave-man communication.
terrorist cave-man allah is great big tick tick boom kill the bus