Šimon (Old Norse: Sigmundr) was a Varangian (Viking ) whose story is related in the Kievan Patericon and his story concerns the creation of the Kievan cave monastery, where he is reported to have been its most important donor.
Simón Bolívar University
The Simón Bolívar University (Universidad Simón Bolívar in Spanish) or USB, is a public institution located in Miranda State, Venezuela with scientific and technological orientation. The Simón Bolívar University is the most prestigious science and technology university in the country and one of the most important ones in South America. It is the most selective higher education school in the country admitting only the 95th percentile of its standardized admission test.
Simon Jackson may refer to:
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After 30 years in the entertainment business producing shows for the likes of Rod Stewart and Ozzy Osbourne, Simon started YO! Sushi and planted the seeds of a brand that has been called the new Virgin.
Simon Line (born 1 November 1971) is an English association football manager who was in charge of Hednesford Town and Market Drayton Town. As a player, he was on the books of Crystal Palace and Brentford, but played only one match at a professional level, a League Cup game for Brentford in 1991.