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 (sī′mənz), Arthur William 1865-1945.
British poet and literary critic who translated many French symbolist works into English and wrote The Symbolist Movement in Literature (1899).

Symons

(ˈsaɪmənz)
n
(Biography) Arthur. 1865–1945, English poet and critic, who helped to introduce the French symbolists to England

Sy•mons

(ˈsaɪ mənz)

n.
Arthur, 1865–1945, English poet and critic.
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Symons right in thinking him a master of all the arts of poetry.
Symons is right in [46] laying emphasis on the grace, the finished skill, the music, native and ever ready to the poet himself--tender, manly, humorous, awe-stricken--when speaking in his own proper person.
"That's all right, Symons. I know the gentleman," says Mr.
Victims of the "supervised" killers (from left): John Monckton, Mary-Ann Leneghan and Robert Symons
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MATT Symons said he would 'always cherish the memories' of his time at Wasps after his move to Harlequins was confirmed.
Kicking off his first venture in Birmingham, Wasps player Matt Symons is giving rugby fans the chance to watch international rugby alongside some of the sport's leading stars at the Purecraft Bar & Kitchen on Waterloo Street.
Before she moved her business into its current location in the heart of North Bay, realtor Sue Symons would often park outside the unused building and dream of what it could be.
Charles and Mary Symons are retiring from their work running Attonburn Farm, in the Bowmont Valley, Kelso, and are auctioning off their flock as a result.