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The simian knows what would bring better returns (after all, they are our ancestors from whom we have inherited tricks of the trade).
This of course included Apple, since the preferred platform for most creatives and CMO's," says Brian Atton, Simian cofounder and COO.
Simian hepatitis A virus (HAV) strain AGM-27: comparison of genome structure and growth in cell culture with other HAV strains.
The North East is not known for its hip hop music but Jay Simian and The Midnight Society hope to change this especially after being selected to play Evolution Emerging next month.
No one apparently told Matt Reeves, "Dawn's" director, that it would be safer to focus on the people than the apes, or at least to create one simian who acts like Jonah Hill.
Ian said: "In the six years since Simian was formed, the business has gone from a basement in Chester to a 15,000 sq ft office - which includes our Construction Industry Scaffolders Records Scheme training centre - and 22 employees.
Here, a few pages from the end of the novel, the significance of the title is revealed via simian gyrations.
SISTER ROSE, CRAFTY SIMIAN, THE PURNELLS: Georgian Theatre, Stockton Tonight.
Marx Jr.'s SIMIAN VIROLOGY (9780813824321, $199.99) is the first text to comprehensively cover all currently known simian viruses, offering a review of nonhuman primate models of viral diseases and natural inflections alike.
BIRMINGHAM'S new Eclectricity festival begins tomorrow with a gig headlined by dance act Simian Mobile Disco at the Rainbow Warehouse in Digbeth.
Simian Mobile Disco, Cardiff University IF you didn't know Simian Mobile Disco are touring a new album, you wouldn't have guessed it from last night's pulsating gig at Cardiff University.
Bookings: 029 2022 4488 best gig Simian Mobile Disco @ Cardiff University SU (Thursday) WHEN electronic-type rock band Simian rolled over and died in 2005, its members could have held their heads high if the only thing they'd ever put their names to was We Are Your Friends, the Justice-remixed song which sent everyone bonkers back in 2006.