Kojo Ross says domesticating
the law means localizing it in the context of Liberia.
For example, copies of checks you received showing where the debtor holds a bank account is especially helpful in quickening the process of domesticating
The second element in theocapitalism's theology of culture is a domesticating
The priesthood scandals showed that a homosexual presence in an established institution did in fact result in the undermining of traditional sexual morality, rather than domesticating
Selfdomestication was thought of as what happened when hominids became culture-using, culture-building life forms: what they came to be able to do to and for themselves was parallel to what they would later do to and for animals, in domesticating
Hunter-gatherers in Europe were the first people to have dogs as pet, domesticating
them around 18,000 years ago.
For many years, historians and scientists assumed that the Incas had created both the llamas and alpacas by domesticating
the guanaco, which is larger and more widely distributed than the vicuna.
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For decades, most scientists assumed that humanity picked up tapeworms while domesticating
cattle and pigs some 10,000 years ago, explains Eric P.