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Neither of these things makes me less of a female human being.
Much has been written over the past few years about how airbrushing in magazines gives people a false impression of how the human (the female human, generally) body should look, exacerbating some people's dissatisfaction with their own figure.
They were leading figures in a new generation of mostly secular female human rights defenders who sought to fill a gap after Assad imprisoned hundreds of independent and opposition figures to stamp out dissent to his rule in the last four years.
On April 15 he was participating in a mixed march with female human rights activists, in response to President Saleh's speech denouncing women's participation in protests as forbidden by Islamic law.
Margaret Sekaggya maintained that throughout her mission, she heard numerous testimonies about male and female human rights defenders and their families, who have been killed, tortured, ill-treated, falsely charged, disappeared, arbitrarily arrested and detained or their offices raided and files stolen, because of their legitimate work in upholding human rights.
A court in Tehran, the Iranian capital, has tried a female human rights activist and journalist on charges including "warring against God," which has the potential punishment of death.
Fifteen female human rights activists from across the Middle East took part in the event, which was organised by the Bahrain Human Rights Society (BHRS) in conjunction with the Amman Centre for Human Rights Studies.
This microfluidic cartridge technology was developed specifically to automate the separation of male and female human DNA from forensic samples specifically related to rape cases.
Despite millennia of practice, it's extraordinary how hit and miss the whole process is for the female human.
Includes classic studies on langurs in India and excess female human mortality, a case study of the practices of the Ayoreo people in South America, and a report by Fossey on infanticide among mountain gorillas and chimpanzees.
Indeed, it is precisely because some abortions are targeted at Female human beings that they are being denounced as heinous.
One room on the tour contained seven tonnes of female human hair - the average head holds just 50 grams.
The semantic relations with the words they classify, and the categories they create, might be useful in interpreting Ancient Egypt language and thought, she says, and focuses on how they changed over the course of the Old Kingdom, most notably the shift from the falcon to male and female human figures.
Females whine more,'' said the female human resources manager from Citysearch.
This article aims to discuss semantic history of selected zoosemic terms targeted at the conceptual category FEMALE HUMAN BEING in the light of cognitive semantics (e.