from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Zoöl.) The crowned gibbon (
Hylobates pileatus), native of Siam, Southern China, and the Island of Hainan. It is entirely arboreal in its habits, and has very long arms. the males are dark brown or blackish, with a caplike mass of long dark hair, and usually with a white band around the face. The females are yellowish white, with a dark spot on the breast and another on the crown. Called also wooyen, and wooyen ape.
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- noun The crowned gibbon ,
pileated gibbon( Hylobates pileatus)
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Lately, the tang yen or tong yuen which is glutinous rice balls in syrup have improved.
Anne wrote: punishbot: silence you screams of pain mean nothing to me han: seriously punishbot, get some help. thats five kids this week yuen: hehe go for for the balls
Corey yuen should paly the game first before he started to direct the movie.
No need to pick up any cash, either -- you've still got plenty of yuen (the single Asian currency) left over from your previous stops, including Tokyo and Seoul.
Why Shih Ming De broke his promise not to start the movement once the 100 million yuen was collected?
He said the sitting movement will start right away when 100 million yuen is reached.
In the centre were the two little battleships, with the armoured cruisers, "Lai-yuen" and "King-yuen," to right and left of them.
Away to the left flank and rear of the line, and nearer the shore, was the small, armour-clad "Ping-yuen," the corvette "Kwang-ping," and four torpedo boats.
The "Ting-yuen" had 14 killed and 20 wounded, the "Chen-yuen" 7 killed and 15 wounded.
The Pang-hoo or Pescadore Islands, which lie between it and the province of Foo-Kien, compose with Formosa, one Foo, or department of that province, and are subject to its Foo-yuen or Governor.