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gib·bon

(gib'on),
A genus of anthropoid apes, Hylobates, of the superfamily Hominoidea.
[Fr.]

gibbon

a long-armed anthropoid ape of the genus Hylobatea.

gibbon

slender, tailless, noisy, arboreal ape, about 3 ft high and weighing about 15 lb. The least anthropoid of the anthropoid apes, in the family Pongidae. Called also Hylobates spp.
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Leadership is a filter, and Culture Catch is leading by providing a single location for the world's best and classiest pop culture podcasts," said Lee Gibbons, Podango CEO.
Every student-athlete that has played four seasons under Gibbons has earned her degree.
A police officer told the court that when police arrived Gibbons was eating a Chinese takeaway and that a female present said: "I will not lie for you, you came back at 11.
In 2007 Gibbons became the first jockey in Britain to be found over the drink-drive limit when breathalysed on the racecourse, and received a 35-day riding ban.
Gibbons, which along with the great apes are the closest relatives to humans, sing to communicate with each other, and use song to define territory and woo mates.
THe Goodies' classic ode to the ape The Funky Gibbon is to be relaunched to raise cash to help protect the primate.
Mr Gibbons died after an attack atMillsy's Cafe Bar in Earlsdon Street, Earlsdon on Sunday October 25.
The firm said Ms Gibbons left after giving one month's notice but she said she was sacked before the month was up.
It's a labor of love,'' said Gibbons, who is assigned to the Crescenta Valley sheriff's station.
Gibbons, 53, founded and chairs Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL), based in Cleveland and Chicago.
Gibbons most recently held the position of Principal at Ove Arup & Partners USA, Los Angeles office.
While the lohan turns inward to think, the gibbon, like deus ex machina, passes the clue to the next of kin, who in turn will toss it over to those who have eyes to see.