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saki

a longhaired, bushy-tailed, New World monkey, about 1.5 ft long and weighing 2 lb. They are diurnal, arboreal and gregarious and in two genera Pithecia and Chiropotes.
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Given this, as he is very much preoccupied with the problems of animals, Saki might be defined as an early environmentally conscious writer.
However, an increasing amount of evidence recently suggested that the absence of hypoperfusion can cause SAKI.
The Metropolitan Magistrate allowed the contentions of the investigators and remanded Saki to four-day police custody.
Mother-of-one Maria-Sharon, 42, said: "I can't complain about the treatment that Saki has received at the Freeman and in Leeds.
4) Most of this satire, especially the early works, was published under the pen-name of Saki, taken from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
The section about Saki and the paintings includes the story about Saki's willingness to return the Lawrence paintings to England if England would only return the Elgin Marbles to Greece.
And it is all due to the biological and chemical components of the therapeutic mud of Saki.
Television worker Saki, 25, has been in Scotland since she was 10 and wanted to play her part in helping welcome women from across the globe.
Fota's head warden Tony Dwyer said: "The arrival of the white-faced Saki has delighted everyone in Fota.
There was always 'a centre, a fixed point on which reality and morality revolve for Saki characters and narrators: England'.
Her family, she claims, have disowned her since the Chronicle revealed the details of her violent struggle with Saki Ghafoor as he detained her outside his convenience store.
This caricature does a disservice to Coward and Wilde too, of course, but is particularly inapplicable to the savage Saki.