1. having relatively long arms
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  • In addition, my family included nine dogs, about 40 ducks and domestic fowls, eight geese, a Bornean deer that weighed about 150 pounds, and two long-armed apes.
  • Xinhua News Agency reporter on the scene saw India Marines from the building in Nariman over the long-armed helicopters hovering over the roof of the building down.
  • These larvae will also metamorphose into adults sooner than their long-armed brethren and thus are vulnerable to planktonic predators for a shorter period of time.
  • I was much pleased to get here the fine long-armed chafer, Euchirus longimanus. The Malay Archipelago
  • For instance, the first draft of the children's classic Mr Tickle is rumoured to climax with the hitherto cheery long-armed orange blobman horrifically molesting a cow from the other side of a duckpond, just because he can. Jonathan Franzen's Freedom has been pulped. MORE HEADLINE TO GO HERE
  • The unusual long-armed Sapeornis, also from the Jiufutang Formation, had a rather short, Caudipteryx-like skull, and short, conical, unserrated, procumbent teeth projected from its premaxillae (Zhou & Zhang 2003). The war on parasites: an oviraptorosaur’s eye view
  • Down in a gully, peacock pheasants in a mating frenzy are kicking up a racket, and we spot a large, black, long-armed, tail-less primate — a hoolock gibbon — flinging itself 30 feet into the next treetop. Waiting for the Plague
  • A mile and a half two and a half kilometers underwater, a remote control submersible's camera has captured an eerie surprise: an alien-like, long-armed, and—strangest of all—"elbowed" Magnapinna squid. Cephalopod Theater
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