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Syme,

Greece: see SímiSími
or Syme
, island, 22 sq mi (57 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea, one of the Dodecanese. The main town is Sími, located on the northeast shore. The monastery of Panormetes is on the island.
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The couple Andrew Michael Symes, from Llanrumney in Cardiff, and Charlotte Isabelle Treharne Symes, from Sully in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Every decision we make must be taken with the best interest of the ownership company and the profitability of the hotel in mind," says Symes.
The entire Summerland has been rebirthed," Dagmar Symes, general manager of Kempinski Summerland Hotel & Resort told The Daily Star in an exclusive interview.
C1 Bank said it has appointed Diane Bailey Morton and Dustin Symes as executive vice presidents to its executive management team.
PAUL SYMES: Liverpool-based branding agency USP Creative has announced the appointment of Mr Symes as its new head of digital.
A NEW venture by furniture trade entrepreneur Mark Symes has turned over more than PS1 million during its first three months trading.
Douglas Symes, who addressed the committee on behalf of developers Bodorgan Environmental Management Ltd, said that, although the overall site area comprised 30 hectares of land, the footprint of the farm's components would be approximately 10 hectares.
The advice was handed out to Monica Symes, a dentist in Lyme Regis, Dorset, by an NHS infection control worker.
Monica Symes, 65, said the Care Quality Commission told her she would fail a health and safety inspection if she did not ditch them.
Symes focuses his practice on the principles of availability, useful diagnosis and decisive treatment.
A century by South African lefthander Jean Symes propelled the Saltires to 258 for four after being put in.
Symes has simplified her shapes and modes of production so that they embody essential elements of landscape or seascape: she has resisted or 'escaped' the tendency to refine or overwork their form .