(1) Roger Deakin, whose aquatic voyage round Britain is charted in his book, Waterlog, believes the roots of our deep affinity with water are primeval .(2) They left the past behind, in Africa, the Amazon, and elsewhere - primeval places, filled with primeval peoples at different stages in the evolution of civilization.(3) Extraordinarily, the staff seemed to understand his primeval form of communication.(4) But there is something absurd about the way they circle this territory like two ancient stags, their antlers locked in some primeval combat, whose origins is long forgotten.(5) Equally, non-parents need to respect the fact that the parent-child bond is incredibly strong, to an almost primeval degree.(6) Brian felt it the moment he entered the city limits - a sudden primeval chill, an instinctive animal watchfulness.(7) Freud approaches this situation by way of the model of the primeval id set against the cultivations of the superego; Marcuse counterpoints the libidinous Eros impulse against the regulating structures of Civilisation.(8) ├ö├ç├┐Getting square├ö├ç├û is the primeval act of revenge - on an informer or somebody who has transgressed the protocols and proprieties of criminal boundaries.(9) As the sun sets over Kanha, the forest reverts to its primeval magic.(10) Exposed by a recent forest fire, the primeval topography of these Catalan Vineyard terraces has a potent grandeur shaped by both the forces of nature and the hand of human intervention.(11) Our fears seem less primeval when we notice that the island's warden, Adrian, is staring at the tide and looking concerned.(12) A Taoist Holyland for 1,600 years, Sanqing Nountain is known for its many grotesque rocks, waterfalls and lush primeval forest set in a sea of clouds and mist.(13) As we lounged, slapping grey mud on our faces in a bid to cleanse our pores, if not our livers, it began to snow, the flakes descending into the rising steam as if fighting some ancient primeval battle.(14) I would be a fool to try and fathom the primeval instinct that exists in all men that draws them to amateur civil engineering.(15) Tramping through the primeval swamp, you re not thinking of ancient seas or planetary evolution.(16) Eckels is hurtled back to a primeval jungle to bag the biggest of game, the Tyrannosaurus rex, with the added charge that he must not disturb any other part of the natural world, lest he upset the delicate time-space continuum.