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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.
Bride and groom: Natalie Simmonds, 28, and Phill Walker, 31, both of Middlesbrough.
But in reality, Tory Mark Simmonds has been claiming back the cost on expenses - billing the taxpayer for the publicity.
AC Simmonds chairman and CEO John Simmonds has announced that the firm has acquired 100% shares of Plasticap, a specialty caps producer.
A SECOND Foreign Of-fice minister has resigned in the space of a week as Mark Simmonds quit the Government and announced he will leave Parliament at the next election.
Mark Simmonds, Britain's top official for Africa, said he had raised the issue with Jonathan during a meeting in Abuja.
ELLIE Simmonds may now be a world-class swimming champion, with four Paralympic gold medals and - at present - 10 world records to her name.
LONDON, May 13 (KUNA) -- British Foreign Office Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds will visit Nigeria tomorrow to provide assistance to efforts in securing the release of over 200 school girls in northern Nigeria.
First Period--1, Philadelphia, Simmonds 2 (Hartnell, Giroux), 7:08 (pp).
Dennis O Simmonds, 28, collapsed training at the Boston Police Academy and was rushed to hospital, but doctors could not save him.
PARALYMPIC heroine Ellie Simmonds will be at Coventry Leisure Centre tomorrow to kick off a national event.
The previous evening, Ellie Simmonds set a new world record as she claimed her second title of the IPC World Championships.