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n. (plural of human English)


n. all of the inhabitants of the earth; "all the world loves a lover"; "she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women" [syn: world, human race, humanity, humankind, human beings, mankind, man]

Humans (Noon Universe)

Humans (люди) of the Noon Universe created by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky are mostly identical to Homo sapiens. Humans inhabit numerous planets, but their original homeworld is probably Earth, others being populated by humans, presumably, as a result of Wanderers' manipulations.

Humans (American band)

Humans were a new wave band from Santa Cruz, formed in 1976 as The Mysterious People. They changed their name to Humans in 1979. Leader Sterling Storm's style was similar to that of Wall Of Voodoo's Stan Ridgway, while bassist Eric Gies wrote mostly quirky ballads. They continued to play in the Bay Area into the late 1980s and also managed to make a long-form video to accompany their I.R.S. LP, Happy Hour, before breaking up. Storm has since become a successful production designer.

Humans (Bruce Cockburn album)

Humans is the tenth full-length album by Canadian singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn. Humans was released in 1980 by True North Records.

Humans (Canadian band)

Humans are a Canadian indie electronic pop duo.

Humans (TV series)

Humans (stylised as HUM∀NS) is a British-American science fiction television series, with the first season debuting on 14 June 2015 on Channel 4 and AMC, and concluding on 2 August 2015. Written by the British team Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, based on the award-winning Swedish science fiction drama Real Humans, the series explores the themes of artificial intelligence and robotics, focusing on the social, cultural, and psychological impact of the invention of anthropomorphic robots called "synths". The series is produced jointly by AMC, Channel 4 and Kudos. Eight episodes were produced for the first series, with a second, eight-episode series scheduled to air in the UK in late 2016 and in the United States in 2017.

Usage examples of "humans".

Four hundred ballista battleships and over a thousand javelin destroyers converged to form a deadly noose around the planet that had once been inhabited by free humans, before the Honru Massacre.

Nothing could be done about that, since distractible humans had such difficulty focusing on matters that did not directly affect them.

Fortunately, the man despised League humans even more than he hated his machine masters.

Waves of combat robots on the surface exterminated entire villages of humans who had hoped to be rescued.

Now, as the mercenaries swept through the Honru city, another ragtag group of humans came forward, surprising him.

Apparently, even here on oppressed Honru, captive humans talked quietly of the Priestess of the Jihad, her murdered baby, and the first Grand Patriarch.

Recording a final tally of the humans who had died, Erasmus directed his glittering optic threads toward an observation window.

The window was coated with a film so that humans, with their frail eyesight, saw only reflections.

A small ship had just arrived bearing one of the few humans who could travel with impunity to the primary Synchronized World.

Feeling utterly betrayed by the humans he had served, Thurr faked his own death and went to take his due among the thinking machines, where he was given a Synchronized World, Wallach IX, to rule as he saw fit.

Erasmus has convinced me that the current strain of the retrovirus is sufficiently deadly for our purposes, though it kills only forty-three percent of the humans who are exposed.

Her visions had told her to root out the infestation from within, obliterating any vestiges of thinking machines so that humans could avoid such weaknesses in the future.

If other humans could learn such skills, they might coexist better with machines.

But humans were such an interesting gene pool, capable of a wide range of emotional and intellectual actions in their comparatively short life spans.

Instead, as the three Titans consolidated their hold on Hessra, they were forced to entertain themselves by torturing the captive secondary monks, humans who had given over their lives to tending the Cogitors.