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1. To Err is Humane.
2. Humane people are considerate of animals.
3. These regulations ensure the humane treatment of all refugees.
4. Is it humane to kill animals for food?
5. Even breaking the law, it was fairly humane.
6. Imprisonment is not a humane form of punishment.
7. This has both humane and practical interest.
8. Animals are now raised in more humane conditions.
9. He was humane and yet skeptical.
10. He had a more humane kinda approach.
11. The Humane Slaughter Association is right to point out the arguments in favour of religious freedom.
12. Moreover, a humane, liberal, decent sort of Tory Foreign Secretary.
13. Royal Humane Society, founded in 1774 for the rescue of persons from drowning, and the recovery of dead bodies.
14. Whitehall's obsessive secrecy may have a more humane base than generally allowed, though that seems rather unlikely.
15. There was a humane royal government, Tudor or Stuart, to slow the thing down.
16. First thing first: a humane agreement between two peoples who must live side by side.
17. The Humane Research Trust raised ￡160.30 during a collection in Huyton recently, and wish to thank the people for their generosity.
18. Campaigners claim that the animals are not being kept in humane conditions.
19. Those who want to take child abuse seriously today must stake out a humane child protection practice.
20. In the mid-nineteenth century, Dorothea Dix began to campaign for humane treatment of the mentally ill.
21. She spoke convincingly of the need for a more humane prison system.
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22. French revolutionaries considered death by guillotine to be a more humane method of execution.
23. In the twelfth century the canon lawyers devised an elaborate, and comparatively humane, legal framework for poor relief.
24. No one would deny that music can embody great humane and religious themes.
25. Human survival is the final indispensable objective of all efforts to achieve a universal humane competence in 1985.
26. In matters that concerned human conduct rather than religion he was generous and humane.
27. This story is usually told by engineers working to make computers more friendly, more humane, more people centered.
28. And so, it began: after the novitiate, classical and humane studies, and then philosophy.
29. Though springing from Genesis, this is at once more ambiguous, more heroic, and more humane.
30. Often an arrangement is accepted as being faster, more cost-effective and more humane.
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