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green monkey

n.
See vervet.

green monkey

n
(Animals) a W African variety of a common guenon monkey, Cercopithecus aethiops, having greenish-brown fur and a dark face. Compare grivet, vervet

green′ mon′key


n.
a greenish gray guenon, Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus, of W African savannas.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.green monkey - common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tailgreen monkey - common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tail
guenon, guenon monkey - small slender African monkey having long hind limbs and tail and long hair around the face
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He would trust no one else with its care, and the whole Court soon talked of nothing but the pretty green monkey.
Next day both mother and daughter were sitting in a jessamine bower in the garden, and they began to talk of the green monkey and his strange ways.
Sara she was called, a small, green monkey from South America, who seemed to have been born hysterical and indignant, and with no appreciation of humour.
"She had on a black velvet polonaise with jet buttons, and a tiny green monkey muff; I never saw her so stylishly dressed," Janey continued.
In the meantime, dispose of my coachman, my carriage, and my servants." We have forgotten to mention, that the count's coachman was attired in a bear-skin, exactly resembling Odry's in "The Bear and the Pasha;" and the two footmen behind were dressed up as green monkeys, with spring masks, with which they made grimaces at every one who passed.
The Green Monkey The most expensive thoroughbred to sell at auction never came close to paying it back.
1 Green Monkey cost $16million winning just $10,000 in prize money.
Birmingham-based Green Monkey produces a range of cannabidiol (CBD) products which it will now export to international markets after signing deals with distributors Food Link in Denmark, Triple A Gourmet in Spain, Jean Philippe Silva in France and Rocwell Water in Ireland.
Birmingham company Green Monkey, were the first company to sell a carbonated drink containing CBD.
To assess the efficacy of these vectors in the [NiV.sub.B] African green monkey model, 4 groups of African green monkeys received a single intramuscular vaccination of rVSV vectors on day -28 (Figure 2).
Serge Davies, CEO of Green Monkey, believed to be the first carbonated CBD drink commercially available in the UK, said: "It is responsible for the relaxation effects from cannabis, it's not psychoactive." Mr Davies said it was a dark oil, which is separated from other cannabis compounds such as the psycho-active THC which are "pushed out".