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Si·mons

(sē'mohns),
Arthur, German physician, *1877. See: Simons disease.
References in classic literature ?
And you're surprised at the way she rides, Simon, eh?
He understands the matter so well that Daniel and I are often quite astounded," said Simon, well knowing what would please his master.
Simon, second son of the Duke of Balmoral, and Miss Hatty Doran, the only daughter of Aloysius Doran.
Release me,' said Simon, struggling to free himself from her chaste, but spider-like embrace.
This little affair being over, Simon sauntered up again to his property.
At least," said Simon, with a deep and singular intonation, "he is none of our party.
Father Simon was appointed, it seems, by order of the chief of the mission, to go up to Pekin, and waited only for another priest, who was ordered to come to him from Macao, to go along with him.
Old Simon turned pale, and put his trembling hands together.
The women left her and Mother Simon sat down to breakfast.
Fore God, this is a strange way of preaching peace," cried Black Simon.
My Lord King," he cried, "that you be my Lord King alone prevents Simon de Montfort from demanding satisfaction for such a gross insult.
I guess you're right, Grimshaw," Simon Nishikanta said appeasingly.