Simon


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Si·mon

(sē'mohn),
Gustav, German surgeon, 1824-1876. See: Simon position.

Si·mon

(sī'mŏn),
Richard, 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Norton-Simon hypothesis.

Si·mon

(se-mōn[h]'),
Théodore, French physician, 1873-1961. See: Binet-Simon scale.
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The count and Simon galloped out of the wood and saw on their left a wolf which, softly swaying from side to side, was coming at a quiet lope farther to the left to the very place where they were standing.
Simon," announced our page-boy, throwing open the door.
Simon, then, returned from the wedding in a less cheerful frame of mind than she had gone to it.
Simon shrugged his shoulders and raised his eyebrows.
Watching his time, Simon Tappertit made a cunning show of falling back, staggered unexpectedly forward, brushed past him, opened the door (he knew the trick of that lock well), and darted down the street like a mad dog.
The space between them rapidly increased, and as the rays of the rising sun streamed upon Simon in the act of turning a distant corner, Gabriel Varden was fain to give up, and sit down on a doorstep to fetch his breath.
Why, yes, I may say so," said Simon, with a hearty laugh.
Use up, and buy more, 's my way;-makes you less trouble, and I'm quite sure it comes cheaper in the end;" and Simon sipped his glass.
Simon managed to say: "A sabre-- yes, I suppose it could.
Simon, that keenly scientific person at once resumed it.
I must confess I travelled more pleasantly afterwards in the deserts and vast wildernesses of Grand Tartary than here, and yet the roads here are well paved and well kept, and very convenient for travellers; but nothing was more awkward to me than to see such a haughty, imperious, insolent people, in the midst of the grossest simplicity and ignorance; and my friend Father Simon and I used to be very merry upon these occasions, to see their beggarly pride.
Father Simon had the curiosity to stay to inform himself what dainties the country justice had to feed on in all his state, which he had the honour to taste of, and which was, I think, a mess of boiled rice, with a great piece of garlic in it, and a little bag filled with green pepper, and another plant which they have there, something like our ginger, but smelling like musk, and tasting like mustard; all this was put together, and a small piece of lean mutton boiled in it, and this was his worship's repast.