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  • As soon as I heard about the horrific earthquake in Haiti, my thoughts turned to a tiny village called Simonette, about 15 miles north of Port-au-Prince. Stories

  • Worthless trivia: I adopted the nickname Simone which is short for Simonette anyway from that forgettable S1m0ne movie - even Pacino couldnt save that dud of a film.

    Filmstalker: Al Pacino to play Salvador Dalí

  • There was no choice but to leave it with Simonette.

    The Chaplet of Pearls

  • As to the child, her presence in the vault was impossible, and Martin had actually brought her intended nurse, Simonette, to Rotrou's cottage to receive her.

    The Chaplet of Pearls

  • I visited Simonette in 2003 with friends who had been missionaries in Haiti for more than Stories

  • As a member of NAPW, Simonette will now have access to resources and benefits that will help her grow her business and serve her customers more efficiently.


  • "The National Association of Professional Women is made up of some of the most successful entrepreneurs and business women in the country," said Simonette.


  • "The Business Club of the Triangle is made up of some of the best and brightest business leaders in the area," said Simonette.


  • Simonette will provide advice and counsel to BCA Triangle president Penn Shore, as well as other club members, on how to better leverage their membership.


  • David Simonette of the Simonette law firm, listed in the filing as Cord Camera's attorney, did not return calls. RSS


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