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baboon

n. a jerk; a stupid person. (Also a rude term of address.) Tell that ugly baboon to get out of here.
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According to George Kibanya from Conserve the Baboon campaign initiative, public service vehicles were the lead cause of the deaths.
USA], July 7 (ANI): A team of researchers has found that males of baboon, including humans, often use long-term sexual harassment to control their mates.
Titled "Evidence of a Vocalic Proto-System in the Baboon (Papio papio) Suggests Pre-Hominin Speech Precursors," (http://journals.
Crofoot fitted every baboon in the troop with a tracking collar.
We identified by next-generation sequencing HAV in the blood of a free-living olive baboon (Papio anubis) from Kibale National Park, Uganda, sampled in September 2010.
THE BABOON BUS e panel of judges were bowled over by Joshua's beautiful shot of a Robin, and he was awarded an extra-special day at Knowsley which included a celebration in the Park's impressive new safari-themed Party Room.
And, if memory serves me right, there are two vast stone statues of Thoth as a baboon.
This study aimed to establish a culture system of baboon primary osteoblasts and to investigate the effects of PM extract and its phytoestrogens on these cells.
The former BBC Springwatch presenter also met with the newest addition to the baboon brood - seven-weekold baby Billie.
One brazen baboon even appears to use the salmon-coloured bedsheet as a disguise when they flee the scene in Cape Town, South Africa, Cyril Ruoso, from Burgundy, France, captured the photos of the monkeys.
Our bus drove through the lion park and when we went through the baboon enclosure, one of the baboons jumped on the skylight of the coach and smashed the window and nearly fell inside the bus.
We here describe a case of Balantidium coli infection (Balantidiasis) in a 5 years old male hamadryas baboon (Papio hamadryas) in a pet shop in Saudi Arabia.
Finding a functioning baboon troop for cognitive research was serendipitous, explains study co-author Jenna Bovee, the elephant handler at the Seneca Park Zoo who is also the primary keeper for the baboons.
A baboon approaches one of the lawyers, shows his teeth and yawns.
WHO OR WHAT PLAYED THE BABOON on early modern London's stages?