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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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* "CAVE-MAN" STYLE GRILLING: Raichlen carefully demonstrated his favorite technique, "Heavily season a thick, tender T-bone steak.
In the past month alone there's been press coverage on the "cave-man" diet, the "detox" diet, and the ever-present "low carb, high protein" diet, not to mention chocolate, red wine and tea all being the way to beat heart disease.
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.
Even the introduction of the "cave-man," Sebastien Chabal, failed and France coach Bernard Laporte was in a frenzy long before the end.
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."