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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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Together, the cells' activity correctly predicted the other monkey's choices 79.
Joe, who was 13 years old at the time, gave Kimba daily insulin shots, checked the monkey's blood-sugar levels, and monitored his diet.
Most persons (n = 22) reported direct contact with the monkey's blood, and none were bitten or scratched by the monkey.
The researchers then implanted electrodes in each monkey's most-active brain area to record responses from a total of 310 neurons.
First, embalmers removed the monkey's liver, stomach, and lungs, and stored the organs in separate jars to be placed inside the noble person's tomb.
Surf Monkey's parental protection is server-based, so we'll be updating the database of protected URLs every week.
Loggers are cutting down the forests where the highland mangabey was found near Mount Rungwe, and Davenport calls for immediate protection of the monkey's already fragmented habitat.
Utsler, who has served as Grease Monkey's president, chief executive officer and chairman of the board since March 1991.
Situations in which a monkey is competing for food, in this ease with the experimenter, elicit a monkey's capacity for surmising what others can see, in Flombaum's view.
Utsler noted that the pursuit of growth in the number of company-owned Centers is integral to Grease Monkey's overall expansion plan, which includes growth in franchise sales as well as the acquisition of existing high-volume quick lube centers.