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Simp·son

(simp'sŏn),
William, British civil engineer, around turn of 20th century.

Simp·son

(simp'sŏn),
James Y., Scottish obstetrician, 1811-1870. See: Simpson uterine sound, Simpson forceps.
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The Simpsons equation, if correct, would be a counterexample to the theorem, meaning that the proof had been wrong.
The movie - part documentary, part re-creation of the climb - is about Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, two then-20-something Brits who tried to scale a treacherous mountain called Siula Grande.
com, fans of the show will be able to purchase the widest range of THE SIMPSONS products available anywhere.
The Simpsons both qualifying is nothing less than historic, he said.
We're thrilled to be able to offer an exclusive first look at the Simpsons to our core audience of 18-34 year olds, who have embraced this show as one of the most popular TV programs of our time," said Ross Levinsohn, President, Fox Interactive Media.
Volume 1 of ``The Best of the Simpsons'' includes ``Life on the Fastlane'' and ``There's No Disgrace Like Home'' (the infamous episode where the therapy-impaired Simpsons zap each other with electric shocks).
This is a great opportunity for our talented development team to collaborate with the brilliant minds of THE SIMPSONS to bring original Simpsons material to videogame fans," said Nick Earl, Vice President and General Manager, EA Redwood Shores Studio.
Simpson civil trial, Louis and Juditha Brown say they don't know if they will appeal a judge's ruling that put Sydney and Justin Simpson back at their father's estate.
Today Perennial has more than 30 Simpsons books in print ranging in format from the New York Times bestselling episode guides to comic book collections to the brand new The Simpsons Library of Wisdom series.
Through the years, ``The Simpsons,'' one of the highest-rated shows on Fox, has been particularly popular with the network's core audience of young adults.