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It begins with a capuchin monkey being rewarded with a cucumber slice for handing a rock to the experimenter.Was the Golden Rule Born in the Mind of a Monkey? - Facts So Romantic|Julie Sedivy|March 4, 2021|Nautilus
The same goes for capuchin monkeys, which may need to be crated if a handler wishes to bring one along as a service animal in the cabin of a flight.Why the Emotional Support Dog Ban Is Good for Everyone|Wes Siler|December 9, 2020|Outside Online
He wore the hooded brown habit and sandals of a Franciscan Capuchin friar.Cardinal O'Malley: Pope Francis Knows Immigrants Are the Future of the Church|Christopher Dickey|June 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For centuries, Capuchin monks followed simple embalming practices.Palermo Has an Underground City Filled With Its Mummified Dead|Nina Strochlic|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Italians also have a soft spot for Capuchin Franciscans, who have long been known for their work with the poor.
But that kid from Podunk, now unloading freight at the big-box store, is a universe away from Oxford and a Capuchin friar buddy.
Much later a friend who was a Capuchin friar held for Marlantes an effective healing Mass for the Dead at Old Mission Santa Inez.
This is small, has brown hair, and commonly known by the name of the capuchin monkey.Buffon's Natural History. Volume IX (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
Michael said that he did, and the Capuchin invited him to come back to the convent and see his collection.
He could not imagine anything more harmless than this Capuchin friar with the sore on his lip.
We penetrated to the Capuchin mission, which had never been visited by any naturalist.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
Of these there were different kinds; but that which first drew the attention of our party was the great Capuchin monkey.Popular Adventure Tales|Mayne Reid
British Dictionary definitions for capuchin (1 of 2)
Word Origin for capuchin
British Dictionary definitions for capuchin (2 of 2)
- a friar belonging to a strict and autonomous branch of the Franciscan order founded in 1525
- (as modifier)a Capuchin friar