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Symonds

John Addington . 1840--93, English writer, noted for his Renaissance in Italy (1875--86) and for studies of homosexuality
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Symonds is currently deputy chair at FTSE 100-listed lender HSBC Holdings PLC.
One friend said: "Symonds does not want to become a distraction on the most important day of his life."
It is planning how to get Ms Symonds into No 10 as Mr Johnson, favourite to become Prime Minister this week, poses for photos at the front.
Sources said Miss Symonds recruited her lover to argue for her job.
Symonds masterminded the Tory grassroots operation for Theresa May's 2017 general election campaign, as the party's director of communications.
"He came home and he just walked away one day," said Symonds, who has been a funeral director for 23 years and a member of the army reserves for 16 years.
Symonds will be in action for Capricorn Commander in the upcoming Masters Champions League, scheduled to begin next month.
Mrs Symonds, 50, said: "People don't want to get out of their cars.
With so many volumes at hand, it may seem surprising that Craig Symonds, a noted naval historian, has chosen to write The Civil War at Sea.
Symonds was never the same after the Monkeygate affair, when Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh was handed a three-Test ban for racial abuse before being cleared on appeal, showing the marked influence of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) during the controversy.
MORE than 50 property professionals gathered to help celebrate the beginning of a new chapter for Capita Symonds as it approaches the completion of construction of the iconic new Library of Birmingham.
A NEW chapter is unfolding for consultants Capita Symonds as completion nears on construction of the new PS193 million Library of Birmingham.