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subhuman

of, relating to, or designating animals that are below man (Homo sapiens) in evolutionary development
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The others are considered subhuman vermin fit only to be subjugated, expelled, or exterminated.
"The news regarding alleged abuses, mistreatment and subhuman conditions in Bahay Pag-asa centers is gravely alarming," CHR spokesperson Jacqueline De Guia said.
He also mentioned reports on the alleged "subhuman conditions" in Bahay Pag-asa and other resource persons lamenting that these were "worse than prisons."
The PHC team visited the facility, and found that there were no emergency cover, psychiatry and health professionals, while 13 inmates were kept in subhuman conditions, and were often brutally tortured.
Although the words spoken on the train are often monstrous -- especially when the speaker proposes the mass poisoning of migrant populations and refers to them as subhuman -- the underlying fear is dissected in a way that makes understanding achievable, even if any acceptance of the speaker's perspective remains abhorrent.
Among the supporters was the writer Andrew Sullivan who wrote a long piece criticizing Jeong's tweets as promoting "eliminationist rhetoric" and portraying white people as "subhuman."
And now that the Triennale di Milano has celebrated him with a retrospective--no less sensationally titled "Subhuman Inhuman Superhuman," curated by Eleonora Fiorani, the curator of its fashion department--the turd cited in Owens's manifesto has found material form.
One-time performance poet Joe Martin and co's prescriptions of ailing society (Celebration of A Disease, dazed beauty Subhuman 2.0) pull no punches.
But the people running the lab see the creature as something subhuman, and Elisa hatches a desperate plan to set him free.
Palestinians have endured decades of humiliation and subhuman treatment at the hands of Jewish armed forces, and now they seem to have lost Jerusalem, the city which is of great religious importance to the Palestinians.
During the Spanish Conquest, scholar and priest Gines de Sepulveda argued that the native peoples of the Americas were "naturally" subhuman, and it was "natural" for the Spaniards to enslave them and commit genocidal atrocities upon them.
Nik, a second protagonist, is the son of Sol, the leader of the Tribe of the Trees, who consider Earth Walkers to be subhuman Scratchers.