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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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The saki was attacked while traveling in the smaller (5 individuals) of two subgroups (~18 individuals total).
Her father felt he was a good parent, too; therefore, he was sad when he heard Saki saying that only her mother understands her.
Play as either sister Aya or Saki in single player or with a friend in Co-Op Mode and utilize each of their unique fighting styles and set of moves.
Duggal's help, Neeraj Saki, who belongs to Madhubani in Bihar, was booked for murder and destruction of evidence, DCP (southeast) P.
In his lifetime, Saki has had as many as half-a-dozen open heart procedures.
Sakis live in the tropical forests of Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Surinam and Venezuela.
Japan's Saki Kumagai scored the winning penalty after Ayumi Kaihori had saved two out of three American three penalty kicks.
His father also owned a restaurant in his native Greece, and Saki essentially grew up in this environment.
Malawian Saki Mbisa hadn't really wanted to play, fearing she would get caught up in the complexity of the rules.
Some games are nice, some are just tacky, just like some rice and a nice glass of Saki.
Guests ate sushi off a naked model and were served saki by sexy Geisha girls.
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.