Simmons


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Sim·mons

(sim'ŏnz),
James S., U.S. bacteriologist, 1890-1954. See: Simmons citrate medium.
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Mrs George remarked that people would talk, that people had often said this to her before, that Mrs Simmons then and there present had told her so twenty times, that she had always said, 'No, Henrietta Simmons, unless I see it with my own eyes and hear it with my own ears, I never will believe it.' Mrs Simmons corroborated this testimony and added strong evidence of her own.
With a full orchestra you're making motions like the tune.--Faster, you, Simmons. You drag behind all the time."
"A man of the name of Simmons, I think, was the principal in the transaction.
Simmons, clerk of the county and district courts, was in town yesterday," the new form put it thus: "Clerk of the County and District Courts Simmons was in town yesterday." This saves neither time nor ink, and has an awkward sound besides.
"No; I am only dismissed, because Simmons is gone up."
Terence and Rachel sat watching them through their half-closed eyelids-- the Johnsons, the Parkers, the Baileys, the Simmons', the Lees, the Morleys, the Campbells, the Gardiners.
I said, "I think that will do now, Simmons. We have done all that we can at present.
A Simmons spokesperson said the all-stock deal is worth about $434 million.
International law firm Simmons & Simmons has advised i-CABLE, an integrated communications services provider in Hong Kong, on its rights issue and issue of unlisted convertible bonds raising an aggregate of HK$660 million.
23 April 2019 - Arkansas, US-based bank holding company Simmons First National Corp.
"The gloves are off" in the feud between "Kiss" founding guitarist Ace Frehley and co-lead singer Gene Simmons. In a scathing message online, Frehley gave his version of the events about the time he was in the band, and the circumstances of his departure.
AAAI congratulates AAAI Fellow Marie desjardins on her recent appointment as Dean of the College of Organizational, Computational, and Information Sciences (COCIS) at Simmons University (formerly Simmons College), one of the first institutions of higher education in the United States to focus on preparing women for leadership.