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Noun1.Patas - reddish long-tailed monkey of west Africapatas - reddish long-tailed monkey of west Africa
catarrhine, Old World monkey - of Africa or Arabia or Asia; having nonprehensile tails and nostrils close together
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In response, Minister Pato expressed gratitude for Japans APEC support to PNG, and stated that he hopes to further deepen the relationship of cooperation between the two countries in the future.
Turn after turn, Pato and his friends find some obstacle they must overcome, be it physical or mental.
Fabio Cannavaro's men host Gus Poyet's Shanghai Shenhua and in a tricky match to call it could be worth backing Pato - nicknamed the Duck - to leave the visiting rearguard going quackers.
Bantam and Pato had become such popular celebrities in the neighborhood that no one dared disturb their early morning walks in their little corner of the world.
YELLOW CARDS Swansea: Rangel 30, Paloschi 70, Fer 78 Chelsea: Azpilcueta 36, Miazga 40, Pedro 71 CHELSEA Begovic; Azpilicueta, Miazga (Kenedy 46), Ivanovic (Capt), Baba Rahman; Mikel, Fabregas; Pedro, Loftus-Cheek (Falcao 76), Oscar; Pato (Traore 64).
When Loic Remy suffered what manager Guus Hiddink described as a tendon and groin problem - "He will be out for some time," said the Dutchman - after 23 minutes, Pato made his first appearance.
Strikes from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and a double from Pedro came either side of a Pato penalty after the Brazilian won the spot-kick with his first moment of notable action following his first-half arrival from the bench.
Pato, the former Milan starlet who has been kicking his heels since joining from Corinthians two months ago, came on as a 25th-minute substitute and was immediately involved in the move which led to Ruben Loftus-Cheek netting his first league goal.
Pato moved to Stamford Bridge on Friday on loan from Brazilian side Corinthians until the end of the season but has failed to build on the initial promise he showed at Italian giants AC Milan, where he scored 51 goals in 117 appearances between 2007 and 2012.
Pato, 26, hasn't played since November and Hiddink said: "It will take him a while.
Pato has been hampered by injuries in recent seasons and it is uncertain when he will first be available to Hiddink and Chelsea.