capuchin


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Synonyms for capuchin

a hooded cloak for women

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monkey of Central America and South America having thick hair on the head that resembles a monk's cowl

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Video footage shows the Colombian white-faced capuchin holding the rock with both hands and smashing it onto the glass in a bid to escape.
Saint Lawrence of Brindisi (1559-1619) was a major religious and political figure of the Reformation period, says Drenas, but is barely known today, at least partly because the Capuchin Order he belonged to has itself been little studied except internally.
"Five Years in America: The Menominee Collection of Antoine Marie Gachet", together with a catalogue raisonne and a selection of Gachet's hitherto unpublished drawings held by the Capuchin Friary in Fribourg, places in the contexts of Catholic missionary ethnographic collecting and of Menominee historical ethnography of the mid-nineteenth century, an extensive series of material and visual documents offering valuable insights into the lifeways of a Native American people of the western Great Lakes region during a period of cultural change and adaptation.
27, 2018, that the 29-year-old singer was charged last week with two counts stemming from his possession of a pet capuchin monkey without a permit.
LORD Mayor of Dublin Nial Ring has decided not to send out the customary Christmas cards opting to donate the money to the Capuchin Centre for the homeless instead.
Vasquez was a member of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, a fellowship of priests.
There's only a month to go until the incorrupt heart relic of Saint Padre Pio, a Capuchin priest who bore stigmata of Jesus, arrives in the Philippines.
'We will be accompanied by two Capuchin friars to ensure the safety and orderliness of the visit of the heart relic to different places in the country,' said Gonda.
leprae by PCR, including one margay (Leopardus wiedii), two lowland tapirs (Tapirus terrestris), two capuchin monkeys (Sapajus apella), and one owl monkey (Aotus trivirgatus).
The Avilon Zoo, in a Facebook post on Tuesday, said its facility in Rodriguez, Rizal was broken into by burglars who took away nine animals --three palm cockatoos, three red-footed tortoises, a yellow-footed tortoise, a brown-tufted capuchin monkey and a snapping turtle.
A capuchin monkey that was put up for sale on social media Image Credit: Supplied By Sapna DhanwaniSTAFF REPORTER
Two dwarf caiman crocs, four African wild cats, and two capuchin monkeys are being kept thanks to licences issued under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
But when Barrett and his colleagues finally arrived at Jicaron Island in Panama's Coiba National Park last year, what they found was well worth the effort: Tiny white-faced capuchin monkeys were using stones almost half their body weight as hammers to smash open shellfish, nuts and other foods.
The pontiff will see first-hand the work being carried out at the Capuchin Day Centre in Bow Street, Dublin, on August 25.