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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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In the month of its local release, Ho, Boni and Titi performed on Indonesia's Kick Andy Friday-night talk show, and were interviewed along with Ziv on a rival program hosted by local celebrity Sarah Sechan.
I hope to continue my studies, when I am through with the next round of surgery next year," said Al Titi thanking the PCRF, the surgeon, the volunteers and the sponsors who made this miracle possible for her.
What is clear from the present study is that Callicebus coimbrai is a typical Atlantic Forest titi, including a tolerance of habitat fragmentation.
It's unlikely it originated in the titi monkeys themselves, Chiu says: "Hosts that are that susceptible to a disease are not likely to be its originators."
Tini noted that she had never worked as hard as she did on the Titi Island.
The repopulation of the species is made more difficult because titis are monogamous, mating for life.
"Long, natural-looking waves are a great evening look," say Titi and Miko Branch of New York-based Miss Jessie's Salon.
STRIKER Titi Camara says Guinea's place in the African Nations Cup quarter-finals will be one of the highlights of a career that is still tinged with regret at leaving Liverpool.
Will Mapplebeck speaks to budding athlete Titi Ameobi about life, sport and being Shola's sister.
The two new species of titi monkeys (Callicebus bernhardi, left, Callicebus stephennashi, right) roamed undiscovered in the Amazon rainforest until they were spotted in 1996 and 2001 by Dutch primatologist (primate scientist) Marc van Roosmalen of Brazil's National Institute for Amazon Research.
(The bombing comes hours after Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade militant Mahmoud Titi and his two companions were assassinated in an Israeli missile attack at the Balata refugee camp near Nablus).