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1 They built a primitive shelter out of tree trunks.
2 The carol has a primitive strength and haunting simplicity.
3 Primitive man quickly learned how to manipulate tools.
4 Primitive races colonized these islands 2,000 years ago.
5 The first station buildings were quite primitive.
6 Primitive men lived in caves.
7 Primitive man made himself primitive tools from stones and bones.
8 The tribe's development was more primitive than that of their neighbours.
9 The African countries hoped to civilize all the primitive tribes on the land.
10 It is a primitive instinct to flee a place of danger.
11 Conditions at the camp are very primitive.
12 The Eskimos of the far north are primitive.
13 Primitive people regarded storms as an act of God.
14 Living conditions in the camp were pretty primitive.
15 Primitive peoples deified the sun.
16 The local hospital care is primitive and unreliable.
17 It's using some rather primitive technology.
18 Duffy's primitive guitar playing is well below par.
19 The facilities on the campsite were very primitive.
20 He was an Italian primitive.
21 Early settlers had to cope with very primitive living conditions.
22 These primitive peoples are believed to have worshipped the phallus as a symbol of regeneration.
23 He made a primitive boat out of some pieces of wood.
24 Twelve thousand years ago,(www.Sentencedict.com) our ancestors were primitive savages living in caves.
25 The pace at which the primitive economy is monetarized is fairly fast.
26 The minority in the primitive forest used to live on a diet of wild animals.
27 The native of that region still live in primitive straw huts.
28 The paradox is that the region's most dynamic economies have the most primitive financial systems.
29 The methods of communication used during the war were primitive by today's standards.
30 The spiny anteater is a mammal, although a very primitive one.
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