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Simon Thompson is an athlete from Australia. He competes in triathlon. A triathlon is an athletic event made up of three contests (from the Greek). ...

Thompson competed at the second Olympic triathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics. He placed tenth with a total time of 1:52:47.18. The Games of the XXVIII Olympiad, commonly known as the 2004 Summer Olympics were the 28th Summer Olympic Games. ...

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Stateline Canberra (454 words)
SIMON THOMPSON: To go into those institutions and feel like you're someone who is just a lazy bludger or what ever and just ask for handouts it's really demoralising.
Simon Thompson almost stopped to a walk and then said righto, ready set go bang and off he's gone.
RACE CALLER: Simon Thompson from Canberra the 26 year old from the Trident triathlon club in the act comes up the finishing shute, have a look at him, he's absolutely going off, this is Simon Thompson milk it up enjoy the moment your Olympic dream and Olympic experience pretty much starts now.
Patterns In Functional Programming Review of a Paper from Simon Thompson Review 2 - Assignment One - Comp 432 (2364 words)
Thompson shortly outlines the functional approach using the strict functional language ML and introduces the reader to the use of higher-order functions and polymorphism.
Thompson, a prominent member of the functional programming community shows that functional languages not only able to represent the same concepts that are available in imperative languages but code reuse is a natural concept.
Thompson expressed, that not only the equivalent mechanisms of an imperative language are all present in a functional language but the functional approach is more reusable because we can combine individual reuse concepts like higher-order functions and polymorphism.
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