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- adv. in a humane way
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a humane manner; with kindness, tenderness, or compassion.
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- adv. in a humane manner
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The only place to remove them to humanely is the countryside.
It is not acceptable to announce repeatedly to the world that we don't torture, that we abide by all our treaty obligations, and that we treat detainees "humanely" -- only to engage in secret waterboarding and hypothermia, based on equally secret legal determinations that construe the words "torture" and "humane" in an Orwellian fashion, that diminish treaty obligations down to nothing, and that assert a right of the President to ignore all statutory limits.
The Chronicle Herald reports that Peta held an event to promote a new device that "humanely" kills lobsters and invited lots of people.
And yes, organic meat is better for health, more humanely raised with no hormones, antibiotics or steroids to deform them, right up until they are 'humanely' slaughtered.
In the meantime, Mr. Gates has said he wants to find ways to implement the law more "humanely" and prevent cases in which gay servicemembers are outed by someone carrying a grudge.
Most concur, however, that killing animals for food is right, although these creatures should be raised and slaughtered as "humanely" as possible.
How would you like to be treated "humanely" while locked up for years w/o charges?
The memo did say that prisoners had to be treated "humanely," but Feith told Sands the verbiage needed "to be fleshed out."
McCain's calls to treat immigrants "humanely" during the Spanish language GOP debate contrasted strikingly with the smiley 'get tough' talk of his shrill opponents.
Every restaurant and supermarket has food for vegetarians, but fewer than one in 10,000 (literally) has "humanely" labeled meat.