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Simpson
Simpson
may refer to:Contents1 People 2 Places2.1 Australia 2.2 Canada 2.3 United States 2.4 Elsewhere3 Arts and media 4 Businesses and organizations4.1 Schools 4.2 Other businesses and organizations5 Science, technology, and mathematics 6 See alsoPeople[edit] Main article: Simpson
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Simpson (name)
Simpson is an English/Scottish patronymic surname from the medieval masculine given name 'Simme'.[1] The earliest public record of the name was in 1353 in Staffordshire, West Midlands region of England.[2]Contents1 Notable surnames1.1 A 1.2 B 1.3 C 1.4 D 1.5 E 1.6 F 1.7 G 1.8 H 1.9 I 1.10 J 1.11 K 1.12 L 1.13 M 1.14 N 1.15 O 1.16 P 1.17 R 1.18 S 1.19 T 1.20 V 1.21 W2 Fictional characters2.1 The Simpsons3 See also 4 ReferencesNotable surnames[edit]A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y ZA[edit]Aaron Simpson, several people Aaron Simpson (producer)
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Simpsons (department Store)
The Robert Simpson Company Limited, commonly known as Simpsons (previously Simpson's until 1972), was a Canadian department store chain that had its earliest roots in a store opened in 1858 by Robert Simpson.[1] In 1952 Simpson's started a 50-50 joint venture in Canada named Simpsons-Sears Limited
Simpsons-Sears Limited
(later Sears
Sears
Canada) with Sears, Roebuck, the American retailer. Simpsons- Sears
Sears
stores remained distinct from the Simpson's stores and the parent companies' agreement included language to keep them from competing too directly with each other. The Hudson's Bay Company
Hudson's Bay Company
purchased the Simpsons-branded stores in 1978, but they were later converted to The Bay stores by the early 1990s. As part of the 1978 agreement, U.S
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Scott Mountains (Antarctica)
Coordinates: 67°30′S 50°30′E / 67.500°S 50.500°E / -67.500; 50.500 The Scott Mountains are a large number of isolated peaks lying south of Amundsen Bay in Enderby Land
Enderby Land
of East Antarctica, Antarctica. Discovered on 13 January 1930 by the British Australian New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition (BANZARE) under Sir Douglas Mawson. He named the feature Scott Range after Captain Robert Falcon Scott, Royal Navy. The term mountains is considered more appropriate because of the isolation of its individual features.[1] List of mountains[edit]Mount Alekseyev (67°28′S 50°40′E / 67.467°S 50.667°E / -67.467; 50.667) is a mountain standing 6 nautical miles (11 km) northeast of the McNaughton Ridges. Named by the Soviet Antarctic Expedition, 1961–62, for A.D
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Simpson River
Simpson River
Simpson River
is a river of Chile
Chile
located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region. The river originates east of the Andes
Andes
mountains. It forms the western boundary of the city of Coihaique, which is bordered on the north by the Coihaique
Coihaique
River, a tributary of the Simpson. In its inferior course, the river flows through Río Simpson National Reserve, which is named after the river. In this area, the river roughly parallels the Route CH-240, which connects Coihaique
Coihaique
with Puerto Aisén and Puerto Chacabuco. Tributaries[edit] The Blanco River gushes through canyons in the northeastern part of Reserva Nacional Cerro Castillo. The river corridor is a veritable geological wonder with a myriad of canyons composed of dark basalt, limestone, shale and sandstone
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Simpson College
Coordinates: 41°21′52.2″N 93°33′54.0″W / 41.364500°N 93.565000°W / 41.364500; -93.565000Simpson CollegeType PrivateEstablished 1860Endowment $78,609,361[1]President Jay K. SimmonsAcademic staff87Undergraduates 1,485Location Indianola, IA, United StatesCampus 85 acres (340,000 m2)Nickname The StormWebsite http://www.simpson.edu Simpson College
Simpson College
is a four-year, coeducational, liberal arts college in Indianola, Iowa, and is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Simpson has been fully accredited by North Central Association
North Central Association
since 1913. The college is a close-knit community with about 1,400 full-time and 300 part-time students. In addition to the Indianola residential campus, Simpson has facilities in West Des Moines and Ankeny. Simpson has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report
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Simpson University
Simpson University, named after Albert Benjamin Simpson, is a private, liberal arts college. It was originally founded in 1921 by W.W. Newberry in the state of Washington. After being initially relocated to San Francisco in the mid fifties, it was moved to its current location of Redding, California, in 1989.Contents1 History 2 Academics2.1 Admissions3 Programs3.1 Undergraduate 3.2 Graduate 3.3 Adult studies 3.4 Seminary 3.5 Nursing4 Athletics4.1 Mascot 4.2 Sports4.2.1 Men 4.2.2 Women4.3 Awards5 Notable Faculty and Staff 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Simpson University, named after a pioneer of bible institutes Albert Benjamin Simpson, was Established in 1921. Created by W.W. Newberry with the intent of promoting spiritual growth and Christian service in its students, the school initially only offered two-year programs
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Simpson (appliance Manufacturer)
Simpson was a manufacturer of household appliances based in Adelaide, Australia. It now exists as a brand within the Electrolux
Electrolux
Australia group. History[edit] Simpson was established in 1852. In 1963 it merged with Pope Industries Ltd to form Simpson Pope Holdings Limited. Pope was originally established in Adelaide
Adelaide
as Popes Sprinkler and Irrigation Company in 1925[1] and after World War II was also a manufacturer of washing machines and hand tools.[2] Pope later manufactured air-conditioning systems. In 1979, the company changed its name to Simpson Holdings Limited—a listed public company. In 1986, Simpson merged with Email Limited, an industrial conglomerate specialising in refrigeration, electric meters and metals distribution. In 1999, the Email conglomerate was taken over and broken up
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Simpson Manufacturing Company
Simpson Manufacturing Company is an engineering firm and building materials producer in the United States that produces structural connectors, anchors, and products for new construction and retrofitting. The company was founded by Barclay Simpson in 1956 and became a publicly traded company in 1994.[2] References[edit]^ 2016 Investor Relations ^ Barclay Simpson: An Oral HistoryThis corporation or company article is a stub
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Simpson Performance Products
Simpson Performance Products
Simpson Performance Products
is an American motorsports parts supplier. It supplies gloves, helmets, harness systems, driver's suits, head restraints, shoes and more to racers at local tracks to international teams. It was started by Bill Simpson
Bill Simpson
as Simpson Drag Chutes.Contents1 History 2 Usage 3 Simpson today 4 Simpson Milestones 5 ReferencesHistory[edit]Simpson's Manufacturing Facility in New Braunfels, TXIn 1958, the 18-year-old Simpson broke both arms in a drag racing crash.[1] Simpson said later, "Until then, I was like most drivers. The only time I thought about safety was after I'd been hurt. This time, I was hurt bad enough to do a lot of thinking." [1] Simpson's uncle owned a military surplus store, and suggested that he use a cross-form parachute to slow down the drag car. Simpson rented a sewing machine to create a prototype
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Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP[3] is an international law firm headquartered in New York City, employing over 900 attorneys in eleven offices worldwide.[4] The firm specializes in a variety of areas in both litigation and corporate practices, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions
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Simpsons Of Piccadilly
Piccadilly
Piccadilly
(/ˌpɪkəˈdɪli/) is a road in the City of Westminster, London to the south of Mayfair, between Hyde Park Corner
Hyde Park Corner
in the west and Piccadilly Circus
Piccadilly Circus
in the east. It is part of the A4 road that connects central London to Hammersmith, Earl's Court, Heathrow Airport and the M4 motorway
M4 motorway
westward. St James's
St James's
is to the south of the eastern section, while the western section is built up only on the northern side. Piccadilly
Piccadilly
is just under 1 mile (1.6 km) in length, and is one of the widest and straightest streets in central London. The street has been a main thoroughfare since at least medieval times, and in the Middle Ages
Middle Ages
was known as "the road to Reading" or "the way from Colnbrook"
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Simpson Township (other)
Simpson Township may refer to one of the following places:In CanadaSimpson Township, Algoma District, Ontario
Algoma District, Ontario
(geographic / historical)In the United StatesSimpson Township, Grant County, Arkansas Simpson Township, Johnson County, Missouri Simpson Township, Dewey County, Oklahoma Simpson Township, McIntosh County, Oklahoma
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Simpson's-in-the-Strand
Coordinates: 51°30′38″N 0°7′15″W / 51.51056°N 0.12083°W / 51.51056; -0.12083Entrance to Simpson's-in-the-Strand Simpson's-in-the-Strand
Simpson's-in-the-Strand
is one of London's oldest traditional English restaurants. Situated in the Strand, it is part of the Savoy Buildings, which also contain one of the world's most famous hotels, the Savoy. After a modest start in 1828 as a smoking room and soon afterwards as a coffee house, Simpson's achieved a dual fame, around 1850, for its traditional English food, particularly roast meats, and also as the most important venue in Britain for chess in the nineteenth century. Chess
Chess
ceased to be a feature after Simpson's was bought by the Savoy Hotel group of companies at the end of the century, but as a purveyor of traditional English food, Simpson's has remained a celebrated dining venue throughout the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. P.G
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Simpson Index
A diversity index is a quantitative measure that reflects how many different types (such as species) there are in a dataset (a community), and simultaneously takes into account how evenly the basic entities (such as individuals) are distributed among those types. When diversity indices are used in ecology, the types of interest are usually species, but they can also be other categories, such as genera, families, functional types or haplotypes. The entities of interest are usually individual plants or animals, and the measure of abundance can be, for example, number of individuals, biomass or coverage. In demography, the entities of interest can be people, and the types of interest various demographic groups. In information science, the entities can be characters and the types the different letters of the alphabet
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Simpson's Paradox
Simpson's paradox, or the Yule–Simpson effect, is a phenomenon in probability and statistics, in which a trend appears in several different groups of data but disappears or reverses when these groups are combined. It is sometimes given the descriptive title reversal paradox or amalgamation paradox.[1] This result is often encountered in social-science and medical-science statistics[2][3][4] and is particularly problematic when frequency data is unduly given causal interpretations.[5] The paradoxical elements disappear when causal relations are brought into consideration.[6] It has been used to try to inform the non-specialist or public audience about the kind of misleading results mis-applied statistics can generate.[7][8] Martin Gardner
Martin Gardner
wrote a popular account of Simpson's paradox
Simpson's paradox
in his March 1976 Mathematical Games column in Scientific American.[9] Edward H
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