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Seymour

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for a 100,000-pound salary. The term is most common in the media industry, and is derived from Geoff Seymour, a 20th-century advertisement writer who was apparently the first person in media to earn 100,000 pounds per year.
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Around 2014, Seymour had retired from his career at the state, and his son Mark Seymour moved back to Blaine.
You know, you get upgraded and everybody says, 'oh we're done,'" Steve Seymour said.
"It's probably my biggest concern about this business," Steve Seymour said.
"As a small business just starting out with limited product, this tiny, 320-square foot building was really, really importnat to get us off the ground and get us rolling," Mark Seymour said.
"It's been cool to be able to pick and choose and be able to work with chefs we connect with and chefs that appreciate the story," Mark Seymour said.
When Steve Seymour first got into the business, he was just growing oysters as large as possible, and selling them wholesale to be shucked and put into cans.
Before working at Seymours, Tarsem was employed at Varley Hibbs in Leamington.
Seymour Smith amalgamated with Box and Sharpe in 1990, and the company's name was shortened to Seymours in 1994.
Gina and Tarsem will join Adrian Blay, Robert Fardoe and Andrew Hardy as Members of Seymours Solicitors LLP.
Seymour came to his calling by way of the Brooklyn Dodgers, for whom he had been a batboy, and Drew University, where he had played on the varsity nine.
Seymour, she had begun in the 1960s to publish books and articles under her own name--children's books, linguistics articles, education titles.
Harold Seymour continued to write articles into the 1980s, including "Books Before Baseball" for the inaugural number of The National Pastime in 1982.