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Saki (1870–1916) ( Hector Hugh Munro) Scottish writer, b. Burma. His reputation rests on his short stories, among them the collections Reginald (1904), Reginald in Russia (1910) and Beasts and Superbeasts (1914).

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saki

saki S. Amer. monkey. XVIII. — F., of Tupi orig.

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saki (in zoology)

saki: see monkey.

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Saki (pseudonym of Hector Hugh Munro)

Saki: see Munro, Hector Hugh.

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