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primordial soup

n.
A liquid containing organic compounds and providing favorable conditions for the emergence and growth of life forms, from which life on Earth is thought to have arisen.
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Our bodies contain the same salt fluid (water and natural salt,) as that found in the primordial sea.
The device is called "PHORCYS," after a primordial sea god in Greek mythology, the son of Oceanus and Tethys--a fish-man with crab claws and red-spiked skin.
Primal Kyogre's Primordial Sea Ability will bring the opposite of Primal Groudon, which means you can have heavy rains.
II Beyond the cold and heat and the impetuous cockroaches that spread like petals in the abandoned granary and the funeral bells in the morning of childhood and the swinging lights of the trucks slowly crossing the cane fields scaring away the raccoons, and beyond the baskets open like corollas in order to collect the remains of the day mutilated by hates and wars, and far from the fallen nests on the winter ground and the waters of the unyielding rains that suddenly disappear on the great table of the primordial sea and the feathery crystal-clear moons that rule the passage of the mullets, there is a nowhere which dispenses with begging and hope and frightens off solemnity and reverence.
Our evolutionary roots--the amniota-began a great divergence when a few amniotes crawled out of a primordial sea and left their finned relatives behind.
Pero el reto mayor de estas contradicciones es la construccion de una nueva organizacion social democratica, que reconozca que la democracia tiene bases comunicativas y que el Estado nacional debe tender a una coordinacion global, cuyo objetivo primordial sea vencer la desigualdad global.
Film and political culture, once a primordial sea, had drawn back into separate and distinct tributaries, fordable only at great personal and professional risk.