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subhuman

of, relating to, or designating animals that are below man (Homo sapiens) in evolutionary development
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Without her ability to consult with her own God and conscience about when or if to have children, she and her family are often trapped in endless poverty--a continuing supply of subhuman disposable labor, not unlike enslaved native populations in the Americas on the encomiendas 500 years ago.
betrays an abhorrent injustice: If one has the means, one can post bail and avoid the subhuman life in jail.
Barredo's insistence to depict images that seem to identify the essence of life from microscopic cells, layers of muscles, complex body parts, deformities, motions of past sexual heat, affirmations of power from destructive subhuman species (crocodiles etc), pain, and alienating and scientific scrutiny of the body in hospitals all the more capture the poignancy of death throes, of spirit fleeing the flesh more than transcendence.
Apparently favoring the medieval execution methods embraced by ISIS, incomprehensibly equated to Hamas and Hezbollah recently by Netanyahu, Lieberman's violent outburst sought to remind anyone who had any doubts that any new Israeli government will seek a continuation of the status quo: dismissing the need for peace talks and a two-state solution, and that any Palestinians, either inside or outside of Israel, are viewed as subhuman.
Murphy, the shadow secretaryforinternational development, said: "When I travelled to the workers' camps in Qatar with the Sunday Mail, I saw the subhuman conditions these proud men are having to survive in.
The three-member bench headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk and comprising Justice Amir Hani Muslim and Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry resumed hearing of the petition filed by the Stranded Pakistanis General Repatriation Committee of Bangladesh (SPGRC), through its president Abdul Jabbar Khan, on the repatriation of Pakistanis living in subhuman conditions in 70 camps set up across Bangladesh.
Over the years minorities in Pakistan have been perceived as subhuman and subjected to all versions of mental and physical torture.
Blannelberry, one of Nugent's defenders, subhuman mongrel is now an entertaining rather than a dehumanizing term.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, FJP asked: "Was Ouda arrested for inciting bakeries to produce bread with subhuman standards?
In a chilling new memoir entitled Amon: My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, Teege struggles to come to terms with the realisation that Goeth, known as the "Butcher of Plaszow" who was played by Ralph fiennes in the film Schindler's List, would have considered her subhuman and killed her because of her race.
Earth is now divided between peace-loving Constants--communities of teenagers committed to morality and ethics--and groups of Zeds, who have descended into bands of bloodthirsty subhuman zombies (remarkably like my year 10s
SARGODHA -- A teenaged female student was killed after she was abducted and subjected to immense subhuman attitude while she was going to her school.