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  • (members of Homininae subfamily)" is called a great ape. Def. any "great ape (including humans and apes) belonging to the superfamily Hominoidea" is called
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  • en apa, flera apor an ape / a monkey ett bi, flera bin a bee en björn, flera björnar a bear en delfin, flera delfiner a dolphin ett djur, flera djur an
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  • w:SignWriting w:Hamburg Notation System w:Stokoe notation Main article: Great ape language –Primate use of sign language There have been several notable examples
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  • leukemia virus (MLV or MuLV), the Feline leukemia virus (FeLV), the Gibbon ape leukemia virus (GALV), and Xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus
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  • Charles Darwin's theory of evolution we think that we are descended from apes. (Please see evolution for details. But Darwin had another theory. One that
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  • infraclavicular axillary: anterior (pectoral), lateral, posterior (subscapular), apical, medial epitrochlear inguinal:superficial(horizontal,vertical),deep popliteal
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  • - Kasevich theory of the Apical Dendrite, which links the 5th layer of the cerebral cortex to the thalamus, via the Apical Dendrites of the 5th layer
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  • kingdom." "[H]umans [have] thinner, shorter, lighter hairs [than] our hairier ape cousins." "Although humans appear hairless compared to other primates, with
    21 KB (2,304 words) - 02:51, 27 June 2016
  • Man ceased to be an ape, vanquished the ape, on the day when the first book was written. The ape has not forgotten it to this day: try to give it a book-
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  • Bonobo’s Peaceful Kingdom,” Natural History 11:62-71. _____, 1992, The Last Ape: Pygmy Chimpanzee Behavior and Ecology, Stanford, CA: Stanford University
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  • the biological group known as Primates, and are classified with the great apes, one of the major groups of the primate evolutionary tree. Besides similarities
    141 KB (17,217 words) - 22:54, 25 June 2016
  • organised list of animals with their Czech translations. mammal = savec ape = opice ass = osel bear = medvěd bovines = skot bull = býk cow = kráva cats
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  • (members of Homininae subfamily)" is called a great ape. Def. any "great ape (including humans and apes) belonging to the superfamily Hominoidea" is called
    89 KB (10,939 words) - 01:46, 15 May 2016
  • (thoracotomy, pacemaker) heaves (ventricular hypertrophy) and lifts visible apical beat impulses (under xiphoid – can mean RVH or Aorta). dilated veins using
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  • [Cementoenamel junction] Neck :12. Root ::13. Furcation ::14. Root apex :::15. Apical foramen 16. Gingival sulcus 17. Periodontium  :18. Gingiva: ::19. free
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  • chart furnished by Frans de Wals in his groundbreaking Bonobo: the forgotten ape (1996) indicates that the orangutan diverged from the common ancestor (with
    7 KB (1,063 words) - 09:50, 15 April 2016
  • available online since 2006 at Writing World. Alfrey, Penelope Petrarch's Apes: Originality, Plagiarism and Copyright Principles within Visual Culture
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  • boards</subheading> on <emphasized>Proud like a God</emphasized> by <strong>Guano Apes</strong> </listItem> <listItem> <emphasized>2013-11-02 01:57 CET</emphasized>
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  • Irreversibly damaged or necrotic pulp +/- clinical and/or radiologic findings of apical periodontitis Elective devitalization, e.g. prior to construction of a post
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  • of the boards</h3> on <em>Proud like a God</em> by <strong>Guano Apes</strong> </li> <li style="border-bottom: 1px solid white;margin: 20px
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