subman

subman

(ˈsʌbˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a primitive form of human
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The source said earlier this month MoRR signed a contract with Subman Logistic Company to deliver food and non-food packages to Baloch refugees in Kandahar valued at 75,000 USD under the UNHCR's discretionary budget.
"A part of the Baloch (refugees) were surveyed (by Subman Logistic) but UNHCR did not help," he insisted.
The source said earlier this month MoRR signed a contract with Subman Logistic Company to deliver food and non-food packages to Baluch refugees in Kandahar valued at 75,000 USD under the UNHCR's discretionary budget.
In October 2007, the patient returned to the oral and maxillofacial clinic for follow-up and was found to have a draining fistula in the left subman dibular region.
On examination and imaging, both patients were noted to have unilateral aplasia of the subman dibular gland and hypertrophy of the opposite gland, which at first was believed to represent a mass or lymphadenopathy (figures 1 and 2).
Well that in a sense, makes one feel slightly subman or subwoman as the case be.
Subman (pictured below) will also be out and about to meet and greet the public and help to raise funds for the Liverpool Unites charity.