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cromagnon

(kroˈmægnən)
n. an ugly male. (see also neanderthal, which is a variety of man presumed to be uglier and less like modern man.) Who is that cromagnon you were with last night?
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un incendio estrago en Republica Cromagnon, Once, Buenos Aires.
Others could be seen treating the injured on the street in front of the Republica de la Cromagnon disco.
Rescuers carried casualties into the street as the Republic de la Cromagnon club blazed behind them.
We cracked the fundamental code of life and called it DNA, we took raw matter and made computers, and twenty-four years after the horror of Little Boy and Fat Man--roughly the lifespan of our Cromagnon progenitors--we gasped at the marvel of human beings walking on the moon.
Two years in the making, the series also explores the arrival of humans, including the cave-dwelling Neanderthals and our distant ancestors, CroMagnon Man.
8 As Bishop puts it, "[r]econstructing the return of its 'retrospectable fearfurther' (288n7) to the condition of Vico's aboriginal men, the first chapter of the Wake is densely clustered with images of giants and' astoneaged' cave men (18.15)--Neanderthal men (18.22, 19.25), Cromagnon men (20.7), Heidelberg men (18.23), Mousterian men (15.33), Piltdown men (10.30), and the paleolithic characters 'Mutt and Jute'" (194; cf Hayman 38-40).
Conversations with various spirits, druids, CroMagnon men, Egyptian queens, departed saints.