Simon Marks

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Noun1.Simon Marks - English businessman who created a retail chain (1888-1964)
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Simon Marks, director for optimising assets at the LEP, hailed the project as a 'shrewd investment' and said: "If you look at Centenary Square you have got HSBC, got HMRC, talk of another building at Arena coming, we know Paradise obviously is coming forward at pace, we've got the Metro coming through, we've got the Symphony Hall extension, actually you need that fantastic public realm to knit it all together to give people a space to enjoy.
Here Simon Marks Jewish Primary School, 75 Cazenove Road, Stoke Newington, Hackney, London, N16 6PD, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
Simon Marks was near Maelbeek station when the explosion occurred.
Imperial has received GBP3m in funding from the Wellcome Trust Seeding Drug Discovery programme to build upon the research of professor Michael Schneider, the British Heart Foundation Simon Marks chair in Regenerative Cardiology.
Graffiti reading "f*** the Jews" was found Tuesday morning scrawled in black marker pen at Simon Marks primary school, according to the Evening Standard.
Simon Marks, in his first Welsh Castles Relay race, completed the 7.7 mile Abercynon to Nantgarw stage in an incredible 13th place in 51.39.
Newsweek's cover story (5/21/14), "Somaly Mam: The Holy Saint (and Sinner) of Sex Trafficking" by Simon Marks, details why.
1894: Simon Marks and Tom Spencer opened their Penny Bazaar in Manchester.
49er action from EoACAyTeam EC' Benji Borg and Seb Ripard from Malta and Britain's Simon Marks and Nick Murray; plus Extreme 40 head-to-heads against champion windsurfer, Guy Cribb and, for the first time in the circuit's five year history, a day of racing was cancelled entirely due to excessive wind and sea conditions on day four.
During a trip to Washington, D.C., in 2002, Saberi caught the attention of Simon Marks, president of Feature Story News, an agency that distributes broadcast news packages to radio and television stations globally.