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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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But like all mortals and their environments, Titi Oke-Ado has mellowed down to commerce and no longer is its power, prominence, strength and ubiquitousness.
For people like Titi, Widodo's rise and the success of a film like Jalanan represent a potentially transformative moment in their country's history.
coimbrai is relatively abundant at Fazenda Trapsa, compared to the titi populations at sites in southeastern Brazil (Table 4).
A team led by infectious diseases researcher Charles Chiu of the University of California, San Francisco, analyzed lung tissue samples from the dead monkeys and identified a never-before-seen adenovirus, which they named titi monkey adenovirus (TMAdV), said the
Bibi Titi actually lost her position as a political leader.
On 9 April she and her party made for a nearby 'mutton bird, or Titi, island' which she described as 'a dreary looking place'.
The endangered Mono Titi population presently landlocked in Manuel Antonio has declined dramatically over recent decades for lack of habitat, based on research by the Eco Preservation Society and others.
the rare red titi monkey on its mother's back, the first of its kind to be born in the UK.
Queen Sesheshet was the mother of King Titi, the first pharaoh in the 6th Dynasty who ruled from 2,300 to 2,311 BC.
Shaquille's 16-year-old sister, named as Titi, suffered slash wounds in the attack and remains in hospital.
Yes, he has been hospitalized,'' Titi Wahyuni, spokeswoman of the Pertamina Central Hospital in South Jakarta, told Kyodo News, adding that he arrived there at 2:30 p.
Long, natural-looking waves are a great evening look," say Titi and Miko Branch of New York-based Miss Jessie's Salon.