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simian

1. of, relating to, or resembling a monkey or ape.
2. a monkey or ape
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Summary: Mathura in India is a haven for the ever-growing simian population
As the simian started chasing the boarders, three of her friends managed to enter a room and bolt it shut.
A total of 280 simians were released by the department in different phases since this January.
Shimla, June 27 (ANI): The unrestricted growth of simian population in Shimla has forced the authorities to step- in, to control its numbers.
Editorial Note: Several conditions need to coincide for simian species of Plasmodium to infect humans: 1) human erythrocytes must be susceptible to invasion by simian parasites, 2) humans must be near or in forests where nonhuman simians are infected, and 3) anopheline mosquitoes that feed on both humans and nonhuman simians must be present (10).
The simians compare things for quality and work out the best way to get them.
Snigurowicz entitled, "Sex, Simians, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century France; Or, How to Tell a `Man' from a Monkey" (pp.
Tiny in comparison to living simians, the mouse-size Chinese animal displayed several anthropoid characteristics.
Happy with little brother Louie at the El Simian reserve, where he seemed to be in retirement at the finale of earlier pic, Jack (the energetic Bernie) gets an invite in the mail from new pro hockey franchise the Seattle Simians.
These belong either to the lemurlike adapids, the tarsierlike omomyids, or the early simians, forerunners of monkeys, apes, and humans.
3 NATURE, Shoshonius and modern tarsiers evolved from a common ancestor that split off from the forerunners of simians -- monkeys, apes and humans -- sometime before 50 million years ago.