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Sim·monds

(sim'ŏndz),
Morris, German physician, 1855-1925. See: Simmonds disease.
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It is so gentle, so sarcastic, and yet so good-natured (as I was observing to Miss Simmonds only this morning), that how, or when, or by what means she acquired it, is to me a mystery indeed."'
'For what relation, Miss Simmonds?' asked Miss Knag, in an audible voice.
DEBUTANT Matt Simmonds provided the bright spot on another disappointing day for Shropshire's cricketers in their Unicorns Championship fixture against Wiltshire at Marlborough.
(Alliance News) - Ultimate Sports Group PLC said Friday it has hired former Prudential PLC executive Matthew Farnum-Schneider as chief executive of the venture capital firm from effect of Thursday, after boss Geoffrey Simmonds retired.
Scott Ryan Simmonds and Chelsea Whaley spotted Matthew McCarthy cycling to meet his friends in Connah's Quay on October 28 last year.
HAYLEY Simmonds overcame anxiety to claim a bronze medal for Great Britain in the women's cycling time trial at the European Games in Minsk.
Tries by prop Harry Williams and fly-half Joe Simmonds gave Exeter a flying start, but Saints responded before the break with a penalty try and full-back Ahsee Tuala's touchdown.
He made the hard yards for England prop Harry Williams to rumble over and then slipped a nicely disguised pass to Joe Simmonds.
Stacey Jane Simmonds, 33, falsely claimed she had withdrawn the cash with his consent and given it to him.
ELLIE SIMMONDS heads a 24-strong Great Britain squad for the 2019 World Para-Swimming Championships in London in September.
The standards committee found that Councillor David Poole's complaint against Councillor Graham Simmonds was justified having caused offence to those involved.
Councillor Graham Simmonds' conduct will be scrutinised by the authority's standards committee following a complaint from Councillor David Poole.