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a human being

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The good news is that everyone has been hurt by someone.
This dimension (usually referred to as just "agreeableness") corresponds to how easy going and friendly someone is.
Coercion is the use of force or intimidation to get someone to comply with your wishes.
Honest leather folk when playing with someone for the first time will establish a safe word to use.
And someone hit a cricket ball, To get a six or four, As both teams battled on and on, To get the highest score.
Objecting to someone because of his or her religious beliefs isn't the same thing as prejudice based on religious heritage, race, or gender.
Dance was always taught by someone who did it and learned from someone who did it before and so on," says de Avila.
Although we often think of heroes as somehow larger than life, a hero can be someone in your everyday life," Rhodes tells JS.
SOMEONE HAD BEEN ASSIGNED THE PM JOB TO MAKE SURE THAT NAIL WAS IN THAT SHOE.
In case anyone doubts that among the reasons for picking a military man was to stick it to Villaraigosa, board member Mike Lansing remarked with unbecoming glee that they had found someone who ``could go toe to toe with the mayor.
Dying intestate means the state will appoint someone to act as your administrator (executor), and may even select guardians for your minor children.
Everyone take a deep whiff of someone else's skated-in shoe
At General Electric, Jack Welch valued this type of intelligence even more than work experience: "It's my belief that industry knowledge can be gained by someone with good thinking skills.
Someone always seemed to be calling his name, someone always seemed to be at his door, someone always seemed to be at his heels, and they all wanted something.
Did someone forget to tell someone of the name change?