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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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It was reasonably common for Pakeha children to use Maori pennames; however I think it likely that Titi at the very least would have been another Kai Tahu Little Folk, who was personally known to Tini.
The red titis are rare and this is the first time this zoo has had one born here.
But if there is one thing Titi Ameobi hates, it is being referred to as "Shola's sister".
A human path through the swamp is carved with a machete, although the resulting trail often seems like a feeble attempt at penetrating the hidden blackwater ponds and the massive jungles of titi, smilax, gallberry, cypress, and gum.
The critically-endangered San Martin titi monkey is not kept in zoos, but research and funding from zoos has supported the only conservation project for the species in its Peruvian habitat, influencing the designation of protected areas, BIAZA said.
Ramallah: Thousands of Palestinians on Wednesday joined the funeral of Mahmoud Adel Fares Al Titi who was shot in the head by Israeli soldiers in Al Fawwar Refugee Camp in Hebron on Tuesday night.
IRIR LELANAND l titi d lti t th d IRELAND players practiced penalties at the end of yesterday's training session in Montecatini with Euro 2012 now looming large - as keeper Shay Given provided some light relief.
FRIENDLY FIRE TITI CAMARA: Guinean striker memorably burst into tears after netting against the Hammers hours after his father's death and later moved to Upton Park MATCH OF THE DAY EIGHTIES: Liverpool 6 West Ham 0, April 7 1984.
She also teamed with Laura Williamson, Titi Fagade and Meghan Leahy to set a school record in the 1,600 relay with a time of 3:56.
If Titi (Henry) would have asked to cancel the goal admitting his handball to the referee and we went on to lose, the same people would have talked about his ego.
If Titi had got that goal ruled out by going to see the ref and we had lost, the same people would have talked about his ego.
Titi Nzamba Bolele, 38, and her children - Beni, nine, David, five, and Daniel, three-spent nearly three weeks at a detention centre after a pilot refused to take them back to the African homeland from where they had fled in terror.