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nocturnal lemur with long bony fingers and rodent-like incisor teeth closely related to the lemurs

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Aye Aye Soe declined to give further details, including the terms of financing of the projects or the timeframe.
However, Aye Aye Digby can cope with most types of ground.
The aye aye is a kind of lemur that looks like a cross between a mouse and bat.
But perhaps the strangest creature of all is the Aye Aye, which seems like a fusion of monkey, bat and woodpecker.
The eight freed are three woman -- Daw Aye Aye Win, Daw Shwe Pon and Daw Thein Kywe -- and five men -- Myint Kywe, Win Ning, Mya Han, Kan Saung and Tin Ko.
The Johnny Levins-trained Aye Aye Skipper followed up last Wednesday's victory at Killarney over 1m1/2f by dropping back a couple of furlongs in trip to win at the Curragh on Sunday.
There are gymnastic gibbons and the oddest primate of all, the aye aye with its very special long ET-like finger.
I got shoved at the head of the train as we all sang, "Aye aye conga, aye aye conga" all down Daisy Farm Road.
The aye aye looks like a cross between a mouse and bat.
MR BROCKLEBANK notes that, in an attempt to improve Anglo-Prussian relations, Stan Board-man, the buck-toothed Liverpool comic, has recorded a song to the tune of She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain, with the diplomatic line: "Singing aye aye yippee yippee aye, the German's bombed our chippy, singing aye aye yippee yippee aye.
40) Killarney winner Aye Aye Skipper gets the nap vote.