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monkey

(mŭng′kē)
n. pl. mon·keys
a. Any of various tailed primates of the suborder Anthropoidea, including the macaques, baboons, capuchins, and marmosets, and excluding the apes.
b. A nonhuman ape. Not in scientific use.
Drug slang (1) A regional term for drug dependency, as in '...to have a monkey on your back' (2) A cigarette made from cocaine paste and tobacco
Graduate education—US A person low in the medical school hierarchy
Zoology A non-human primate

monkey

any long-tailed primate excluding the tarsiers and lemurs, comprising the Old World and New World monkeys and marmosets.
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Yet, Saki's criticism of species inequalities is not limited to the stories that are set in the colonised lands with wild animals within the general frame of hunting stories.
However, an increasing amount of evidence recently suggested that the absence of hypoperfusion can cause SAKI. Microcirculatory dysfunction, inflammation, and bioenergetic adaptive response to injury have been suggested to be involved in the development of SAKI, and a “unifying theory”[sup][23] has been proposed to emphasize the relationship between the three main alterations.
It's not the last Adam and Emma have seen of Saki. They've booked CJ's falcons for their wedding.
Saki told the court that after committing the crime took away valuables from her house after murdering the woman.
In his lifetime, Saki has had as many as half-a-dozen open heart procedures.
Riyadh, Rabi'II 3, 1433, Feb 25, 2012, SPA - Counselor at Kazakhstan's Embassy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Khairat Saki has commended the Kingdom for its positions and humanitarian support for his country including, among other sectors, the building of mosques and hospitals.
Saki and Wilde are often compared in biographical articles or book reviews, and the direct point of the comparison is their use of aphoristic humour.
The bronze medal went to Tunisian golfer Ferial Chahed while her compatriot Ghozelen Saki finished fourth.
Niscayaha[euro](tm)s main shareholders, Investment AB Latour (STO:LATO B), SakI AB (STO:SAEK) and Melker Schorling AB (STO:MELK) have already committed to tender their combined 18.3% of the company capital and 42.6% of its votes to the offer if no superior bid is received, the buyer said.
17 March 2011 - Swedish companies Investment AB Latour (STO: LATO B) and Saki AB (STO: SAEK) have agreed to merge into a business with net asset value (NAV) of some SEK25bn and market capitalisation of about SEK20bn.