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Si·mons

(sē'mohns),
Arthur, German physician, *1877. See: Simons disease.
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Simon, with Gaia Institute founder Paul Mankiewicz, pushed the Bronx project to completion in June 2005.
In this last category, Simons shows how wills of the laity demonstrate that beguines were in high demand to perform funerary functions which included not only the laying out of the body but reciting prayers and reading psalms for soul of the deceased.
Princeton doesn't award athletic scholarships, although the fact Simons is among the state's best kickers definitely helped his chances.
In 1995 Simons made Perilous Night for PNB's Offstage workshop program--"complicated, fast, and riveting," according to Martha Ullman West [Dance Magazine, October 1996, page 52].
DispatchIt software runs on Simon and enables companies with field service operations to manage their business more efficiently by utilizing two-way wireless voice and data capabilities.
I've gone over it thousands of times in my head, what I'd do if I missed, the big game, championship on the line,'' Simons said.
Simons said, "I am surprised and delighted to be named Financial Engineer of the Year.
Simons was the first Long Beach officer to die in the line of duty since 1981.
Simons adds incredibly to that objective, and complements our mining team comprised of Mr.
The auction also featured one SIMON2 game signed by all participating celebrity Simons and 14 SIMON 25th anniversary commemorative tote bags filled with a SIMON2 game (unsigned), a hand-held SIMON game and a SIMON anniversary t-shirt.
Through Touchstone and Simon & Schuster the winner's book will be available wherever books are sold.