Richard Simon


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Simon, Richard (Leo)

(1899–1960) publisher; born in New York City. With his friend, Max Schuster, he founded the publishing firm of Simon and Schuster (1924) and helped develop it through such best-selling ideas as the first crossword puzzle book.
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He is also known as Richard Simon Barber, Michael Geoffrey Newman and Raymond Pilkington.
Millman, who has links to Warwickshire, Kent, London, Cleveland and North Wales, is also known by the following names: Richard Simon Barber, Michael Geoffrey Newman and Raymond Pilkington.
Richard Simon, president of the Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley, said, "The Rotary Clubs are funding the 29 cents cost per meal.
RICHARD SIMON BARNES Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire A PS500Mfunding boost for Glasgow has sparked new demands for Wales to receive a fairer cash settlement that re-ects the level of need across the nation.
Simon - Richard Simon, 90, of Springfield, died June 18.
The project has involved upgrading a Richard Simon automatic: bag placer that had been operating with a near obsolete PLC.
Similarly, in 1994 Richard Simon argued that Confederacy is a study of fate and that the book's resolution repeats a medieval solution to the paradox of free will (Texas Studies in Literature & Language 36: 99-116).
JAILED Richard Simon Worthy, prosecuting, said: "The defendant was seen by members of the Northumbria Police Helicopter crew to be shining a green laser-like pen towards the helicopter.
Uma April 8, 2010 (JUBA) -- Central Equatoria State (CES) would have been very far in terms of economic development, but its progress is still being hampered by several economic misdeeds arising from corruption, nepotism and tribalism practices, South Sudan Democratic Forum (SSDF) Governor Designate, Ayine Richard Simon Nigo said yesterday.
s hero in this study apparently is Richard Simon for his combining critical research and theological/spiritual exegesis.
A*Times Staff Writer Richard Simon in Washington contributed to this article.
Also, as Times reporters Janet Hook and Richard Simon noted this week, in the 1980s, Murtha was investigated in connection with the Abscam bribery scandal, in which FBI agents posing as wealthy Arab sheiks tested the rectitude of members of Congress.