Simon


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Si·mon

(sē'mohn),
Gustav, German surgeon, 1824-1876. See: Simon position.

Si·mon

(sī'mŏn),
Richard, 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Norton-Simon hypothesis.

Si·mon

(se-mōn[h]'),
Théodore, French physician, 1873-1961. See: Binet-Simon scale.
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He understands the matter so well that Daniel and I are often quite astounded," said Simon, well knowing what would please his master.
"To search far..." repeated the count, evidently sorry Simon had not said more.
Simon has been thrown into the greatest consternation by the strange and painful episodes which have taken place in connection with his wedding.
Simon (the younger brother and sister of the bridegroom), and Lady Alicia Whittington.
'I leave,' said Simon, turning to his master, with an utter disregard of Miggs's maidenly affliction, 'a box of things upstairs.
'I hear you, and defy you, Varden,' rejoined Simon Tappertit.
Meanwhile, Simon turned on his heel, and marched up to the bar of the boat for a dram.
Simon went through to the armoury and routed out Ivan, the public detective's private detective.
I must confess I travelled more pleasantly afterwards in the deserts and vast wildernesses of Grand Tartary than here, and yet the roads here are well paved and well kept, and very convenient for travellers; but nothing was more awkward to me than to see such a haughty, imperious, insolent people, in the midst of the grossest simplicity and ignorance; and my friend Father Simon and I used to be very merry upon these occasions, to see their beggarly pride.
Then Mother Simon removed him in order to set him on the altar.
"What of the woman, then?" asked Simon. "May the murrain strike me if I can call to mind aught about her."
"Do you expect us to pay for your beer in addition?" Simon Nishikanta demanded.