human relationship


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Noun1.human relationship - a relation between peoplehuman relationship - a relation between people; (`relationship' is often used where `relation' would serve, as in `the relationship between inflation and unemployment', but the preferred usage of `relationship' is for human relations or states of relatedness); "the relationship between mothers and their children"
relation - an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together
partnership - a cooperative relationship between people or groups who agree to share responsibility for achieving some specific goal; "effective language learning is a partnership between school, teacher and student"; "the action teams worked in partnership with the government"
personal relation, personal relationship - a relation between persons
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His poetry contain social problems of the society, feelings, expressions, Human relationship and life.
However, Blackwell admits that now she wants a human relationship so they have ended their 12-month relationship.
The initial question in many minds was whether synthesizing a life form was a kind of moral Rubicon in the human relationship to nature--a morally troubling new level of human mastery over nature.
If we could consider the human relationship, time and situation factors, then adequately employ our own verbal and nonverbal endeavors, it is possible to create favorable momentum to influence the atmosphere and outcomes of communication.
1) Improved health and greater longevity has been linked to the human relationship with other animal species.
In a few central pages worthy of a longer development, Bess argues that the most vital dimension of these formative decades was the consolidation of the "most unabashedly integrative conceptions of the human relationship with nature" (p.
Mireille Levert has done a brilliant job of showing the cultivation and nourishment of a human relationship, alongside the growth of a flower.
From the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego, Latin American filmmakers offered up ferocious, tough-minded, tender and aesthetically freewheeling films about death (in the enervating and utterly captivating Los muertos from Argentina), loss of innocence (in the Louis Malle-esque tale of boyhood friendship set during the coup in 1973 Chile in Machuca), dreams of freedom (in the talented young Brazilian director Jorge Furtado's latest, The Man Who Counted), the peculiarities of human relationship (in the International Critics Prize-winning Whisky, the second feature by the Uruguayan directorial team of Juan-Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll) and the absurdities of adolescence (in the wry Mexican feature that is one part Jim Jarmusch, one part Carlos Carrera, Duck Season).
Addiction" provides only a pallid and imprecise analogy for the human relationship to war; parasitism--or even predation--is more to the point.
I want to assume my analysis from the perspective of marginalized people, especially marginalized women suffering daily from the consequences of a patriarchal society with a capitalist dominion of nature and human relationship in a global system.
In Archilab, a new book on contemporary radical experiments in architecture, Frederic Migayrou argues that 'Quests for a local foundation, for a more human relationship with architecture, will assume the multifaceted forms that seem to be making an echo-like comeback today.
The human relationship comes first; the sexual relationship must be grounded in personal love.

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