rhesus slept in the midst, and beside him his swift horses were fastened by the reins to the outer rim 357 of the chariot.
A hamster, for instance, cannot choose to behave in the manner of a rhesus monkey.
A hamster, for example, cannot choose to behave in the manner of a rhesus monkey.
One, the work of the American, Kinnaman, on two rhesus monkeys.
We know, however, that Euripides wrote a rhesus, and tradition says that he was "very young" when he wrote it.
Figs. 434-439 show the structures in Macacus cynomolgus, ochreatus, rhesus and pileatus.
The sound uttered by the rhesus, as nearly as I can represent it by letters, is "nqu-u-w."
The tenth book relates the night attack upon the camp of the Trojan allies and the theft of the horses of rhesus.
One such case has been described in the order to which man belongs, namely, with the rhesus monkey.
It is doubtful whether it is more than a variety of the rhesus Monkey (M. rhesus).
1827, from Modern Latin genus name of a type of East Indian monkey (1799), given by French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Audebert (1759-1800), said to be an arbitrary use of Latin Rhesus, name of a legendary prince of Thrace, from Greek Rhesos.