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, common name for the largest members of an order of game birds called pigeon-toed fowls, which includes the white-crested guan and the rufous-bellied chachalaca, Ortalis wagleri.
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The last player to be fined for slow play on the US PGA Tour was Glen Day (nicknamed All Day) - in 1995 - three years before Guan was born.
Guan revealed he had been handed his penalty after the windy conditions prompted him to take time over his club selection on the 17th.
In addition to the 683 R-HD, Guan Chuan also uses two of SENNEBOGEN's 613 R and 653 R models.
Guan Lingxiang first came to Japan nine years ago with his parents and sister after his maternal grandmother, one of ''war-displaced'' Japanese nationals left behind in China in the aftermath of World War II, returned to her native country.
I sat with Guan, my personal assistant Audrey Ong and Guan's latest girl, whom we only knew as Susie.
Through a private placement of new shares to high-profile international strategic investors like Zurich Financial Services Group (ZFS) and International Finance Corporation (IFC) in 2000, Guan expanded the financial and symbolic capital at his disposal and significantly upgraded the value of his chairmanship.
61 billion) in their foreign exchange settlements in 2013, up 210 per cent from the previous year, Guan said.
US President Barack Obama's administration may be able to raise the government's debt limit again in February, but Washington must find ways to stimulate growth in the world's leading economy and boost fiscal revenues to prop up its debt service capacity, Guan said.
Speaking before the contest, a confident young Guan said, "I'm very happy to be here playing with Tiger and Rory.
The Speckled Chachalaca (Ortalis guttata) and Rusty-margined Guan (Penelope superciliaris) are regularly reported in the Atlantic Rainforest of northeastern Brazil (Schulz-Neto 1995, Silveira et al.
Guan said that atmospheric rivers are the bridge between climate and West Coast snow and if scientists can predict these atmospheric patterns with reasonable lead times, they'll have a better understanding of water availability and flooding in the region.