Plaintiff's motion for sanctions was granted by Memorandum Opinion and Order dated September 19, 1996. See Holmes v. NBC/GE, 168 F.R.D. 481, 1996 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 13681, 1996 WL 531884 (S.D.N.Y.). In that Memorandum Opinion, this Court ruled that Plaintiff's proffered justification for failing to appear, namely that this court was without jurisdiction to hear her claim because a notice of appeal had been filed, was rejected. The court stated that its denial of Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment was not appealable, and it is well settled that in the Second Circuit, the appeal of a nonappealable order does not divest the district court of jurisdiction. Decision was reserved on Defendant's motion to dismiss. By Order dated September 19, 1996, Plaintiff was directed to appear for a deposition on October 31, 1996. The Order was sent both to Plaintiff and to her counsel and explicitly warned Plaintiff that her failure to appear on October 31 would result in the dismissal of her case. Plaintiff did not appear for the taking of her deposition and has instead appealed this court's order imposing sanctions, another plainly unappealable order. As a result of these repeated, flagrant violations of the orders of this court, the court grants Defendant's motion to dismiss.