GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a race of human-like hominids of the Upper Paleolithic in Europe, considered of the same species as modern humans (Homo sapiens). Their skeletal remains were found mostly in southern France.
- n. a member of the Cro-Magnon race.
“One is the fiery editor of the Post's editorial page, which despite its Cro-magnon positions is sometimes trenchant and high-minded.”
“And I was so thrilled to go to caves in France where Cro-magnon man lived.”
“Beyond that, they need to reassure the more Cro-magnon elements of the American electorate that Michelle is, in fact, quite proud of her country.”
“Comparing and contrasting, Obama's claim to fame isn't a miserably failed health care initiative which in all liklihood cost the Democrat party a majority Congress they presided over since the Cro-magnon man started walking upright.”
“You know, the 35,000 spirit of the Cro-magnon warrior of Atlantis that the main expert was "channeling".”
“Even then we are concerned more with quarrels than with battles, for one of the earliest cases of wounding known in human records, is that of a pregnant young woman found in the Cro-magnon Cave whose skull had been cut open by a flint several weeks before death, an indication that she had been cared for and nursed.”
“Rove and his band of Cro-magnon neo-cons are just plain creepy anyway.”
“A concise and easily understood explanation for fossil-man findings such as Neanderthal, Cro-magnon, Homo habilis,”
“Lascaux’s rich inventory of art were the fine works of the Cro-magnon man.”
“Nobody is Broud, who wanted to leave the Cro-magnon baby out in the snow because it wasn’t Neanderthal enough.”
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