SYMO

AcronymDefinition
SYMOShoot Your Mouth Off
SYMOSoft Yoke Mooring and Offloading (shipping)
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Strong characters and relationships, such as the trusting love between Dolssa and Botille and the prickly love between Botille and Symo, are central to this powerful and beautifully written novel.
Mat Fraser, best known for starring in Channel 4's Cast Offs, also stars in the film along with David Miller, an actor with Down's Syndrome, who has featured in many SYMO films.
" Yeah, Merv, Symo's been, like, so courageous working through all these issues.
'Freddie hits the ball harder than anyone in the world, and Symo is a match-winner with a bat or ball in his hand, or in the field Flintoff bowled well throughout the one-day programme against Australia and Bangladesh and made a timely return to form with the bat by hitting 87 against at Lord's on Saturday.
In the next year, SYMO is planning to make three films about the experiences of young carers, disability and domestic violence, and the effects the closure of day centres have on adults with learning difficulties.
"Both Symo and I had things on our chest that only close friends talk about," Clarke once said.
"I think Symo's one of those guys, a bit like myself where we just wanted to get out and play cricket," Martyn said in an interview for the Wisden Cricketer.
"I haven't actually heard any talk about Symo not being around over the last few days, so I would like to think that that hasn't played on the minds of any of our players.
"I played with Symo at Lancashire, he's an amazingly talented cricketer and he was a key part of our dressing room," Flintoff told the BBC.
"As we''ve all made clear we love having Symo in the team.