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Syme

(sīm),
James, Scottish surgeon, 1799-1870. See: Syme amputation, Syme operation.
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Andrew Michael Symes and Charlotte Isabelle Treharne Symes GRAHAM FREEMAN
Symes says she sees Summerland's history and nostalgic value as an asset to the project, explaining that capitalizing on the tradition and heritage of a location while giving it a European luxury flair is a trademark of Kempinski projects.
Likewise, the new Summerland reflects the Lebanese culture while representing Kempinski in its true nature as an international European brand," Symes said.
Morton will serve as chief human capital officer & general counsel for the bank and Dustin Symes will serve as the retail lending executive.
Solihull businessman and former boss of Willis and Gambier, Mr Symes has launched discount quality furnishings supplier East West which provides goods for individuals and the trade.
Mr Symes said the solar farm was preferable to a wind farm as it had less impact on the area.
I can't believe the magazines would pose any risk to patients," the Daily mail quoted Symes as saying.
Symes believes strongly in the value of psychiatric treatment, but only when the psychiatrist is available, when thoughtful time is spent listening and when treatment is rational and decisive.
Stoneman survived a very sharp return chance to Matthew Parker on two and Mustard was dropped at deep mid-wicket by Preston Mommsen off Symes on 55.
But Symes has not laboriously duplicated a specific place into a sculptural piece; she has absorbed the feelings, colours and formations of various sites and expressed their essences in a juxtaposition of experience and sensation.
Rochdale came close to taking the lead five minutes after the break when U's goalkeeper Ben Williams brilliantly denied Michael Symes from close range.
Colchester looked the more likely side to grab a winner, but Symes sliced wide for Dale in the closing stages as the spoils were shared.