Semon

Se·mon

(se'mŏn),
Richard W., German biologist, 1859-1918. See: Semon-Hering theory.
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The apex Ndigbo Muslim group, the South Eastern Muslims Organisation of Nigeria (SEMON), congratulated their Christian counterparts in the country and particularly in the South East on the occasion of this year's Christmas.
Larry Semon, Daredevil Comedian of the Silent Screen: A Biography and Filmography
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Bruce Semon is the first writer to shed light on the hidden practice of feeding poisonous cottonseed to animals which people then eat.
To achieve such a high frequency, Guy Semon, vice president of sciences and engineering at the brand, had to replace the garden-variety balance wheel and spring--a model that's been the standard in portable mechanical watches since the late 1600s--with a system that required 10 different patents.
Saturday's other Hall of Fame inductees are Bob Semon, Janet Fryback, JC Johnson and the late Bill Fitch.
Zera Semon, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was a stage magician, ventriloquist, and artist who played small-time vaudeville, circus, and carnival circuits.
The delegation consisting on Jaffer Jarge, Minister Balochistan, Ghulam Qadir Bugti MPA, Rahat Ajmal MPA,Zubair Mirza MPA, Jamila Aslam,MPA, Nargas Faiz Malik MPA, Fouzia Behram MPA, Khalil Tahir MPA, Nargas Semon MPA,Tahir Naveed MPA and Shagufta Malik MPA, visited the minister in the Interior Ministry, according to a press release issued here.
At the same time, Semon and Rosenbach hypothesized that the abductor nerve fibers were more vulnerable to trauma than the adductor fibers due to their relative positions in the RLN, abductor fibers being in a peripheral location and adductor fibers in the center.
military in World War II, Semon earned the !944 Charles Goodyear Medal for research leading to commercial butadiene synthetic rubber.