human community

human community

[′hyü·mən kə′myün·əd·ē]
(ecology)
That portion of a human ecosystem composed of human beings and associated plant and animal species.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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And all the reflections which that strange spectacle would awaken in us to-day; that horrible cell, a sort of intermediary link between a house and the tomb, the cemetery and the city; that living being cut off from the human community, and thenceforth reckoned among the dead; that lamp consuming its last drop of oil in the darkness; that remnant of life flickering in the grave; that breath, that voice, that eternal prayer in a box of stone; that face forever turned towards the other world; that eye already illuminated with another sun; that ear pressed to the walls of a tomb; that soul a prisoner in that body; that body a prisoner in that dungeon cell, and beneath that double envelope of flesh and granite, the murmur of that soul in pain;--nothing of all this was perceived by the crowd.
Such small steps, interesting stories and a word of encouragement will lay the strong foundation/groundwork for future besides stoking a spark of inspiration among the human community cutting across all barriers.
Rather, we are called to commit ourselves to ensure anti-Semitism is banned from the human community," Pope Francis said.
Mohammad bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa stressed that the MWL uses its scientific and intellectual capabilities to counter evil forces that try to tamper with social security and threaten human community. The conference was attended by intellectuals, researchers and officials from 35 countries, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
He said the world is in dire need for such projects and establishments which would contribute to rapprochement among people and faiths and to the dissemination of the peaceful co-existence spirit in the human community.
The Commission or UN may also suggest a permanent solution for these victims of landless human community, the minster stressed.
On hearing a distress signal from a human community being attacked by aliens on a nearby planet, they rescue and bring the survivors on board.
Only because the unborn have already been discriminated against (excluding them from the human community of those who are owed respect and protection) may they be further discriminated against on the basis of characteristics widely recognized as morally trivial.
He further added that the human community is facing the worst forms of insecurity, violence and insult.
At least six young polar bears were shot in Canada when they roamed into the human community without being accompanied by their mothers.
In an expansion of his dissertation at Temple University, historian Edgington documents how the missile range in south-central New Mexico came into being, how weapons testing altered the region's environment, how the human community challenged its existence, and how and why it became a site of wildlife experimentation and regeneration even as it continued to conduct missile testing on an almost daily basis.

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