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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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In June of 2003, monkey pox was diagnosed in several people in the United States.
A fully-funded program would have allowed them to maintain the vanguard of efforts to respond to emerging infectious diseases, like SARS, monkey pox, and West Nile virus, to name but a few.
This fourth edition contains a new chapter on mental health diseases and disorders, and covers new and emerging diseases, such as SARS, monkey pox and smallpox.
He listens to Michael Crichton books on CD and watches some television, but he indicated he's not interested in listening to the stack of music CDs - Tom Waits, Modest Mouse, Green Day, Monkey Pox - that sits behind his bed.
An estimated 7,500 tonnes of bush meat - such as monkey, rat and gorilla - is smuggled into Britain each year, and the trade could spread animal diseases such as swine fever and human diseases such as the ebola virus and monkey pox.