humanely : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a humane manner
let's treat the prisoners of war humanely
- Chaffee says horses that are taken north to Canada are treated humanely.
- The Interior Department claims the horses are a potential threat to grazing lands, asked the right to hunt them humanely if the herds get too big.
- For the Pentagon's part, a spokesperson told PTI that "it is longstanding Department of Defense policy to treat all detainees humanely.
News & Articles
- New group aims to control feral cat population
Community Cats of Charlotte hopes to humanely control the feral cat population. Once a month, it will sponsor spay/neuter and vaccination clinics for the free-roaming animals.
June 10, 2013 - NBC 2 Fort Myers
- Sam Brownback in Los Angeles Times
This is a bad idea on a hurry-up, artificial timeline,said Sen. Sam Brownback, a Republican. "They should be treated with dignity and humanely, but not here."
- Ronald Reagan in Washington Post
Future generations of Americans will be thankful for our efforts to humanely regain control of our borders and thereby preserve the value of one of the most sacred possessions of our people: American citizenship,Reagan said in a statement on...
- John McCain in USA Today
McCain said the two failed bills, which he supported, would have dealt "practically and humanely" with illegal immigrants "without excusing the fact they came here illegally or granting them privileges before those who have been waiting their...