(“No human being”) E.R., “How to Take Criticism,” Ladies Home Journal, Nov., 1944, ibid, p. 31.
Our animators are very excited to be drawing the innards of a human being.
Our discussions became richer, deeper into what it means to be a human being.
Just as Florence and the Renaissance loosened the grip of the feudal lords and "focused on the worth of a human being," she said.
It was grueling to find the inner workings of a human being in the character of Epps.
Even then I doubt if they would come out right,—a plant never forgives you; it is just like a human being.'
Not a human being could be discovered amid the tumbling seas.
There can be no life without faith and love—faith in a human heart, love of a human being!
On looking down, not a human being could he see, either awake or asleep.
He would never have confessed it to a human being, but the little one was the dearest object the world held for him.