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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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Kathy the capuchin monkey helps disabled Michael Townsend by switching on lights, turning pages of books and loading CDs and DVDs
Jordan about the three Capuchin vows — poverty, chastity and obedience.
th] Annual Capuchin "SOCK" dinner, personally donating $250,000 and raising a record $1 million for the organization.
Visual list memory in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
A spokesman for the Capuchin Friars confirmed the sale, which they hope to go through in six months.
The Capuchin friars referred to in this report were Father Cherubim Mazzini, (frequently known as Cherubini in the Freeman's Journal and other documents), Brother Lawrence Mazzini and Father John Paul Pederzoli, all of whom came from the Italian Capuchin Province of Bologna, Brother Francis Gatti, who came from the Italian Capuchin Province of the Marches, as did the Bishop himself, and Father Norbert Schevenels of Sint-Truiden in Belgium.
Researchers at Emory University in Atlanta found that Capuchin monkeys had a strong sense of their rights.
O'Malley, a Capuchin friar, also announced that his main aim was to "heal the wounds" caused by the sexual abuse scandal in Boston.
Catholic News Service reported recently that Brother Vincent Reyes, a Capuchin monk, runs soup kitchens in Detroit with 61 employees that serve 60,000 people a month.
Previous research in the Capuchin Lab at Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio found that captive capuchins were able to locate embedded invertebrates when visual, olfactory, and auditory cues were available.
The two brown-and-white Capuchin monkeys and one small Bolivian squirrel monkey, which weigh only a few pounds each, were meant as presents for the passenger's children.
Portia dell'Anguillara Cesi and Margherita della Somaglia Peretti were both wealthy heiresses in late sixteenth-century Rome, and each was the patron of a fine altarpiece for the Capuchin church of San Bonaventura.