Monkey

(redirected from saki)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to saki: Sakai

Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
References in periodicals archive ?
The anthropomorphised talking cat, with respect to Robertson's line of argument, is important in this case as it seems to be used specifically by Saki to criticise society's hypocrisy.
Our results indicate that platelet-derived P-selectin is involved in the development of SAKI through inducing recruitment of neutrophils in kidney.
Adam Sale and fiancee Emma Cope |with Saki, an Asian brown wood owl, which delivered the all-important ring, above
Saki told the court that after committing the crime took away valuables from her house after murdering the woman.
In his lifetime, Saki has had as many as half-a-dozen open heart procedures.
Saki was born Hector Hugh Munro in 1870 in Akyab, Burma (now Myanmar), the third child of Colonel Charles Augustus Munro and Mary Frances Mercer Munro.
This small book is dedicated to the memory of Saki Karavas, owner of the Hotel La Fonda and ten of Lawrence's paintings.
Let me begin with the mud-baths, with imported from Saki Lake from Jevpatorija (the Crimea), which is probably the main highlight of the spa center.
Malawian Saki Mbisa hadn't really wanted to play, fearing she would get caught up in the complexity of the rules.
The adorable tot, cradled by protective mother Joely is a white-faced Saki monkey born on April 10.
More convincing is the discussion of the influence of Lewis Carroll's Alice stories (which Ethel cites as her brother's childhood favourite and Saki satirized in the Westminster Gazette (1902)) upon Saki's 'boy-beasts' (p.
Guests ate sushi off a naked model and were served saki by sexy Geisha girls.