Papion

Pa´pi`on


n.1.(Zool.) A West African baboon (Cynocephalus sphinx), allied to the chacma. Its color is generally chestnut, varying in tint.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Production of Feature Narrative Cinematic Projects: Farha (Director: Darin Sallam; Producer: Deema Azar and Ayah Jardanah), Papion On The Water Tank (Director: Yahya Alabdallah; Producer: Huda Al-Kadhimi), It's a Boy (Director: Amjad Al Rasheed; Producer: Aseel Abu Ayyash).
No obstante, la capacidad de nadar ha sido documentada en varios primates del Viejo Mundo, como el macaco coronado (Macaca radiata), el mono narigudo (Nasalis larvatus), el papion oliva (Papio anubis) y el macaco japones (Macaca fuscata) (Wata, 1981; Bennett, 1988; Bennet y Sebastian, 1988; Yeager, 1991; Forthman, 2000; Agoramoorthy et al., 2000).
En el chimpance y el papion se ha encontrado este musculo igual al del humano (Champneys), pero por otro lado, en Papio hamadryas, Macaca fascicularis (Ackermann; Kimura & Takai) y en el chimpance (Hepburn) el origen se extiende hasta la insercion del musculo deltoides, donde esta ultima especie presenta un origen significativamente mas proximal que en el humano (Diogo & Wood).
Pendant le Ramadan et surtout pendant les vacances, j'envisage la lecture des romans : Waciny Lrej (Papion), "le livre de l'emir", le jeu de l'Ange de Carlos Ruiz Zafon et Erevan de Gilbert Sinoue.
Jim Youngson, better known as Papion, has travelled all over the country with his display of paintings.
Sunderland-based Jim Youngson, who paints under the name of Papion, was recently at Geller's home to hand over a picture he had created.
He and his Oblate confreres, especially Father Rogatien Papion, have faithfully encouraged and kindled my own interest and understanding of the North.