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[[circled]] lv [[/circled]]

All closely related to Mu-Snort-B "greeting" patterns?; 33.
By juveniles. Description 13. Directed to me; 47. Hostile; 13
By adults, Description; 20 Hostile; 39, 40. Alarm; 20.
S-Nll & PL by sub-adult, directed to me; 56.
[[underlined]] L Nll. [[/underlined]] By adults. Obviously hostile. Description; 40. Combined with screams; 40. General comment, relationship between S Nll and L Nll; 40.

[[underlined]] Screams. [[/underlined]] By infants. Description; 2, 14. General comment, motivation; 14, 57. Produced by thwarted infantile motivation???; 57 Very high intensity?; 12.
By adults. Description; 46. Combined with L - Nll's; 40.

[[underlined]] Roar.[[/underlined]] By adults. Description; 38, 39. Without PL or BT; 44. Relatively aggressive; 38. More friendly than Agg B?; 39. Less friendly than [[MfB?]]; 39. Intermediate between Agg B and Ord B?; 39. Produce same effect as Screams; 39

[[underlined]] "chewing". [[/underlined]] By infant, when hungry; 31

3. [[underlined]] Facial Expressions. [[/underlined]]

[[underlined]] PL [[/underlined]] By infant. Usually silent, sometimes with S Nll; probab

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