A person is a being, such as a human, that has certain capacities or attributes constituting personhood, which in turn is defined differently by different authors in different disciplines, and by different cultures in different times and places.
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... Animal training, a person who trains animals for obedience, tricks, and work Horse trainer, a person responsible for preparing a horse for horse racing Personal ...
... In relevant part, section 43(a) states the following "Any person who, on or in connection with any goods or services, or any container for goods, uses in commerce ...
... A person may perform the obligation on behalf of another sane adult person provided it is with their permission ... A person is required to make a separate sacrifice on behalf of himself and for others that he may sacrifice for ... A person owns 613.35g silver (19.71 troy ounces silver) and/ or 87.48g of gold or its value in cash or kind Is resident in his home town and not on journey Sacrifice of an animal is a ...
... (faithfulness), is a pledge of allegiance of one person to another ... In medieval Europe, fealty was sworn between two people, the obliged person (vassal) and a person of rank (lord) ...
... of lactose that can therefore be tolerated, varies from person to person ... lactose intolerance poses no further threat to a person's health, the condition is managed by minimizing the occurrence and severity of symptoms ...
More definitions of "person":
- (noun): A person's body (usually including their clothing).
Example: "A weapon was hidden on his person"
Famous quotes containing the word person:
“The person who does not worry about the future will shortly have worries about the present.”
“Whenever an obviously well founded statement is made in England by a person specially well acquainted with the facts, that unlucky person is instantly and frantically contradicted by all the people who obviously know nothing about it.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“The self ... might be regarded as a sort of citadel of the mind, fortified without and containing selected treasures within, while love is an undivided share in the rest of the universe. In a healthy mind each contributes to the growth of the other: what we love intensely or for a long time we are likely to bring within the citadel, and to assert as part of ourself. On the other hand, it is only on the basis of a substantial self that a person is capable of progressive sympathy or love.”
—Charles Horton Cooley (18641929)