an animal of the monkey tribe (1 Kings 10: 22; 2 Chr 9: 21) It was brought from India by the fleets of Solomon and Hiram, and was called by the Hebrews koph_, and by the Greeks _kepos, both words being just the Indian Tamil name of the monkey, kapi, i e , swift, nimble, active No species of ape has ever been found in Palestine or the adjacent regions
ape-like alien that looks a lot like the apes on Earth, only much bigger; up to 100 ft tall - called themselves the "Supreme Beings"; extremely intelligent and powerful - wanted to create the perfect body; responsible for creating many alien races
Adaptive Physical Education A specially designed physical education program for students who have difficulty meeting with success in the regular physical education program If student displays significantly delayed gross motor skills, i e , catching a ball, this skill would be developed through APE
Area of Potential Effect; geographical area established by the project team under Federal guidelines within which direct or indirect environmental effects could be expected to occur and to identify specific locations for further investigation and documentation (see also: section 4(f) )
"Area of Potential Effect" A term used in Section 106 to describe the area in which historic resources may be affected by a federal undertaking
common & pygmy chimpanzees (bonobos), gorillas, orang-utans and gibbons [3: The Great Ape Project - links ]; [3: Ape man at BBC Online ]
imitate uncritically and in every aspect; "Her little brother apes her behavior"
If you ape someone's speech or behaviour, you imitate it. Modelling yourself on someone you admire is not the same as aping all they say or do. = copy, imitate. Any of the tailless, anthropoid primates of two families: Hylobatidae (the lesser apes: gibbons and siamangs) and Pongidae (the great apes: chimpanzees, bonobos, orangutans, and gorillas). Apes are found in the tropical forests of western and central Africa and South Asia. They are distinguished from monkeys by having no tail, having an appendix, and having a more complex brain. Apes typically move about by swinging, and they tend to stand erect, occasionally walking on two feet. Highly intelligent animals, apes are more closely related to humans than are any other living primates. As a result of habitat destruction and hunting, all the apes are now regarded as endangered
The Nomad has his very house set on wheels; the Nomad, and in a still higher degree the Ape, are all for “liberty;” the privilege to flit continually is indispensable for them. Alas, in how many ways, does our humour, in this swift-rolling self-abrading Time, shew itself nomadic, apelike; mournful enough to him that looks on it with eyes!.
An ape of the family Hominidae, having a mostly hairless face, hands with complex fingerprints, and flat fingernails. Includes the gorilla and chimpanzee (subfamily Homininae), and orangutan (subfamily Ponginae). Usage may vary to either include or exclude humans (members of Homininae subfamily)
[ 'Ap ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English apa (acc. apan), from Proto-Germanic *apanaz (compare Dutch aap, German Affe, Old Norse api), possibly borrowed from Gaulish ab(r)anas (Hesychius).
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