monkey (esp. the Japanese macaque, Macaca fuscata)
A primate from the group "New World monkeys" or "Old World monkeys" (Simiiformes, excluding the superfamily Hominoidea or apes) that lives mainly in rainforests and is distinguished from an Ape by its smaller size and its tail.
(informal) To meddle; to mess with; to interfere; to fiddle.
(informal) A mischievous child.
(slang) A menial employee who does a repetitive job.
(slang) A person or the role of the person on the sidecar platform of a motorcycle involved in sidecar racing.
(UK, slang) Five-hundred pounds sterling.
(rare, pejorative, slang) A dark-skinned person, especially a person of, or primarily of, Negro descent. See also nigger and/or jigaboo.
(slang) A person with minimal inteligence and/or (bad) looks.
(blackjack) A face card.
Any of several members of the infra-order Simiiformes of primates, generally smaller than the apes, and distinguished from them by having a tail and cheek pouches.
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Offering the analogy of a forest where trees were products and monkeys, firms, he said that growth involved a structural transformation whereby monkeys moved from the poor section to the rich section of the forest
let go of me! enough! get out of here! again. again. all of you! again. you gathered so many people here. how much do you think it costs? monkey... you gathered so many people here. how much do you think it costs? you gathered so many people here. how much do you think it costs? the green monkey' s looking into someone' s eyes right now
放開 我夠了 都 從 這兒 出去 一次 又 一次
Is it because of some bad drug? no narcotics were found on the body, no information from witnesses. monkey. no narcotics were found on the body, no information from witnesses. monkey
They continued doing this for a few days, and the monkeys would take the cucumbers and eat them
Monkey pox virus Biological Section: p
模件/组件,快速开关功能 核部分: 第 ‧ 页
Mr. Weisleder (Costa Rica), continuing the previous analogy, said that developing countries faced the problem of other monkeys having already taken over certain trees and of some monkeys being more agile than others in jumping from one tree to another
Toxicology data are available for rats and monkeys following acute, subchronic and chronic exposures
publicly referred to the author and his brother as “a bunch of monkeys”
You know in that one scene in The Wizard of Oz...... when the flying monkeys pull apart the Scarecrow?
你 知道 綠野 僊 蹤 裡 有 個 片斷...... 飛 猴 把 稻草人 撕開 兩半?
you followed me? a green monkey is attacking me! nonsense! only you can help me
你 跟蹤 我 ?一 只 綠 猴子 要 攻擊 我 胡說
But that time, the second monkey refused the cucumber and dropped it
Then, one day, they did the same trick, but the experimenters gave one monkey a grape and the other monkey a cucumber
Risk quotients were also calculated on toxicological endpoints from other studies in rats and monkeys but with the same maximum exposure concentration from the south Hudson Bay polar bear, showing risk quotients from ‧ to
Average half-lives for ‧ hexabromobiphenyl in humans have been estimated to be between ‧ and ‧ years ( ‧ ), while shorter half-lives have been reported in rats, monkeys, and other species (see Table ‧ in
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