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THOMAS TELFORD
SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION
THOMAS MERTON
ROY THOMAS
WRITER
CHRIS THOMAS KING
BLUES
ONTARIO
CANADA
FRIENDS
ISIAH THOMAS
COACH
MAN
ORDERS
BISHOP
EDITOR
FOUNDER
ISAIAH THOMAS
BOSTON
THOMAS CORNEILLE
WRITTEN
SONS
MOTHER
TRADITION
INDIA
THOMAS MANN
WASHINGTON
PARIS
DEATH
BROTHER
THOMAS GRAY
LONDON
HISTORY
PROFESSOR
UNIVERSITY
KERALA
THOMAS EDISON
EDISON
YEARS
JUDAS
PAINE
JEFFERSON
THOMAS BECKET
BECKET
NAME
CAMP CONCENTRATION
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Definitions

  1. Thomas is a newlywed: Just this spring, he married astronaut Shannon Walker.
  2. Thomas was a student at Stanford University when she won her first and only world title in 1986.
  3. Thomas was a son of Thomas Kocher, who was a native of Holland and never removed to this country.
  4. Thomas is a compiler for the Dylan programming language.
  5. Thomas is a major character in Alexander Reid 's play The Lass wi the Muckle Mou.

Thomas Telford

  1. The first president was Thomas Telford who had the office bestowed upon him for life in recognition of his contributions to the civil engineering profession.
  2. The institution made little headway until a key step was taken - the appointment of Thomas Telford as the first President of the body.

Significant Contribution

  1. Thomas Merton and the Inclusive Imagination will make a significant contribution to Merton studies.
  2. Thomas More 's most significant contribution to humanism was Utopia, a design for an ideal society based primarily on works by classical authors.

Thomas Merton

  1. The Trappists received greater attention in recent years on account of the life and writings of Thomas Merton.
  2. If you have any interest in Thomas Merton the man, then you will cherish this book.
  3. If you are a lover of Thomas Merton and enjoy knowing all about him, this "dainty" book is worthy to be added to your collection.

Roy Thomas

  1. He succeeded Roy Thomas as editor-in-chief of the color-comics line in 1974, staying a little over a year before handing the reins to Wolfman.
  2. The first known use of the term "retcon" was by Roy Thomas in the letter column of All-Star Squadron #20 (April, 1983).
  3. Roy Thomas soon took work with DC in its Superman stable, but left before long to work for Stan Lee at Marvel.

Writer

  1. Under the tenure of Roy Thomas as writer, the stories begin to focus more intently on characterization.
  2. Thomas R. Kelly (1893-1941) was a Quaker missionary, educator, speaker, writer, and scholar.
  3. A 1999 graduate of Cornell University, Thomas Campbell is a writer, actor and two-time marathon runner.

Chris Thomas King

  1. The title track, his anthem for the Great Depression, was featured on "Oh, Brother Where Art Thou?" when Chris Thomas King played it by the campfire.
  2. Chris Thomas King: Because I do hip hop blues, I have to battle with my audience to open their minds a bit.
  3. Chris Thomas King: Honestly, I'm not familiar with the book and the blues singer.

Blues

  1. Rufus Thomas, the world's oldest teenager, continues today to play the blues for those who like blues or gospel or funk.
  2. He played with blues musicians such as Little Milton and Albert King, and rhythm and blues stars such as Solomon Burke, Joe Tex, and Rufus Thomas.
  3. Chris Thomas King: It's a pleasure to interact with you on the Year of the Blues.

Ontario

  1. Peters subsequently worked as an archivist at Victoria Hospital in London, Ontario, and at Alma College in St. Thomas.
  2. Walker was born in St. Thomas, Ontario, and educated at the University of Western Ontario.
  3. Raised in St. Thomas, Ontario, though he lived in Sarnia on a co-op placement during the election.

Canada

  1. Once literate, the young slave fled to Canada via the underground railroad.[ 10] In his later years at Jackson's Mill, Thomas was a schoolteacher.
  2. Recognizing, honouring, and preserving the railway heritage of St. Thomas, Ontario (Canada).
  3. In 1856 she married Thomas F. Carey, of Toronto, and the couple lived in Chatham, Canada, until his death in 1860.

Friends

  1. He is also a voice actor, working in the films Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within and Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.
  2. Arthur Curry, the name of the DC Comics superhero known as Aquaman Arthur, a character in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.
  3. Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Edison, both friends of Fisher, sent checks.

Isiah Thomas

  1. As an assistant coach, he has served under head coaches Don Chaney, Wilkens, Larry Brown and now Isiah Thomas.
  2. He had five of the top six assists seasons in NBA history (the other belonging to Isiah Thomas).
  3. Isiah Thomas earned his first victory as a college coach Tuesday when Phil Gary Jr.

Coach

  1. Bird stepped down as coach, and pushed for Carlisle to be selected as his replacement, but the job went to Isiah Thomas.
  2. For example, the winner of the marathon at the 1904 Games, Thomas J. Hicks, was given strychnine and brandy by his coach.
  3. Thankfully Frank Thomas, his coach, was able to see Wilkie's potential, and encouraged him to stick at it.

Man

  1. Marvell Thomas is an American keyboardist known for his work in Memphis Soul and son of the man dubbed "Memphis's other King", Rufus Thomas.
  2. A man who in life avoided the limelight, Vivien Thomas remained for decades virtually unknown outside the circle of elite Hopkins surgeons he trained.
  3. The time had come and with it the man in the person of Thomas Coke.

Orders

  1. He sent Garfield to Thomas with orders to take command of the forces remaining at Chickamauga and withdraw to Rossville.
  2. Gen. George H. Thomas received orders to drive the Confederates across the Cumberland River and break up Crittenden's army.
  3. Gen. Thomas L. Crittenden 's corps, but Polk ignored the orders and demanded more troops, insisting that it was he who was about to be attacked.

Bishop

  1. Thomas Coke (Bishop) had orders to ordain Asbury as a joint superintendent of the new church.
  2. In 1784 John Wesley named Asbury and Thomas Coke (Bishop) as co-superintendents of the work in America.
  3. In May of 1998 Pope John Paul II appointed him Coadjutor Bishop of St.Thomas in the Virgin Islands and on June 30, 1999, appointed him bishop of the diocese.

Editor

  1. Thomas Cranmer (1489–1556), Henry VIII's Archbishop of Canterbury and editor and part-author of the first and second Books of Common Prayer.
  2. In 1965, Thomas came to New York City to take a job at DC Comics, as assistant to Mort Weisinger, then the editor of the Superman titles.
  3. Roy Thomas is a comic book writer and editor, and Stan Lee's first successor as editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics.

Founder

  1. Famous Sigma Phi alumni include James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, and Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy's.
  2. Thomas Hutchinson the founder of Tayto was the son of a successful businessman in Drumanure, Coagh.
  3. Dave Thomas was the founder of the fast food resturant Wendy's.

Isaiah Thomas

  1. Isaiah Thomas, the first president of the antiquarian society, told Ethan Smith that he didn't know where it was, or even where to go about looking.
  2. Isaiah Thomas (January 8, 1749 - April 4, 1831), was an American newspaper publisher and author.
  3. Isaiah Thomas was the leading publisher of his time and one of its leading citizens.

Boston

  1. ISAIAH THOMAS (1749-1831), American printer, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on the 19th of January 1749.
  2. In 1775 determining that Boston was too dangerous, Isaiah Thomas moved his newspaper, the Massachusetts Spy, to Worcester.
  3. In Boston, the Sons of Liberty burned the records of the vice-admiralty court and looted the elegant home of the chief justice, Thomas Hutchinson.

Thomas Corneille

  1. He was by now acquiring many rivals, including Pierre Corneille and his brother, Thomas Corneille.
  2. Thomas Corneille is remarkable in the literary gossip-history of his time.
  3. His mother was the sister of the great French dramatists Pierre Corneille and Thomas Corneille.

Written

  1. Gospel of Thomas - anonymous collection of sayings attributed to Jesus Christ; written c.
  2. The collaboration with Lully ended with a tragic ballet, Psyché, written with the help of Thomas Corneille (brother of Pierre).
  3. His life, entitled The Life of Thomas Telford, Civil Engineer, written by himself, was published in 1838.

Sons

  1. George (III) Wyon has two sons, Thomas (I) and Peter, both of whom distinguished themselves as medallists and engravers of dies for coinage.
  2. Now Mrs. Kim Phuc lives in the Toronto area of Canada with her husband and two sons, Thomas and Stephen.
  3. This includes information on brownies and faeries and the tales of the Sons of the North Wind and of Thomas the Rhymer.

Mother

  1. Jacob Clingman died when Thomas was four years old, and he was raised and taught by his mother and her brother, Francis Alexander Poindexter.
  2. On January 14, 1774, after he inherited slaves from first his mother and then his father-in-law, Thomas Jefferson wrote his inventory of 187 slaves.
  3. Thomas Edison said many years later, "My mother was the making of me.

Tradition

  1. According to the Gospel of Thomas, he later was buried in the foundation of that building, located by tradition near Mumbai (formerly Bombay).
  2. Wyeth, who was 91, has been placed in the tradition of artists like Winslow Homer and Thomas Eakins.
  3. St. Thomas came to Palayur, as per tradition as the second place of his visit after Kodungallur.

India

  1. Nineteen hundred years ago the first missionary of Christianity to India, St.Thomas, the Apostle set his foot at Kodungallur.
  2. In AD 52, the very first Christian church in India was constructed by Saint Thomas at a palace called Maliyenkara in Kodungallur.
  3. The Christian Church in India (known as the Malankara Church or Church of Malabar) is traditionally said to be founded by St Thomas the Apostle in 52.

Thomas Mann

  1. Thomas Mann, the German author, was born and spent the early part of his life in Lubeck.
  2. Around this time he also became acquainted with other writers Rainer Maria Rilke, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, and Thomas Mann.
  3. On the other hand, his influence is seen in the works of Thomas Mann, and he was widely read in France and in Russia.

Washington

  1. Thomas Mann is a congressional scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington and a recent guest on VOA's "Talk To America" program.
  2. Continuing to New York to visit his wife's family, Thomas stopped in Washington, DC, and conferred with general-in-chief Winfield Scott.

Paris

  1. Camille Pissarro was born on St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, and did not arrive in Paris until he was twenty-five.
  2. Thomas Aquinas, who had been with Albertus in Paris and joined him in Cologne, was his chief disciple at this time.
  3. It is impossible for historians to say with any certainty exactly what happened in Paris between Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.

Death

  1. On October 6, 1988, less than two years before his death, Karl Menninger wrote a letter to Thomas Szasz, author of The Myth of Mental Illness.
  2. From 1931 until his death, to be a "socialist" in America meant to support those causes which Norman Thomas championed (as per [Hyfler 137]).
  3. All five children of Sally Hemings were freed by Thomas Jefferson either before his death or in his will.

Brother

  1. Subsequent despots were the sons of the Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos, brother of the despot Theodore: Constantine, Demetrios, and Thomas.
  2. He was a son of the 10th Earl and a brother of Henry Erskine and Thomas, Lord Erskine.
  3. His father was Raymond Bonham Carter, his brother is Thomas, who co-manages a corporate governance agency, and his sister is Helena Bonham Carter.

Thomas Gray

  1. He was a friend of Thomas Gray, whose Life and Letters he published in 1775.
  2. Graveyard School: 18th-century poets such as Thomas Gray, Robert Blair, and Edward Young who penned gloomy poems on death.

London

  1. Sir Thomas More was tried in 1535 in a Staines public house, to avoid the outbreak of plague in London at that time.
  2. Thomas Gray was born in London, and lived with his mother after she left his abusive father.
  3. Thomas Gray was born in Cornhill, London, the son of an exchange broker and a milliner.

History

  1. Some of the later works, such as Polydore Vergil and Thomas More, are as close to history in the modern sense of the word, as to medieval chronicles.
  2. Late last year, DeConick's "Recovering the Original Gospel of Thomas: A History of the Gospel and its Growth" was published as a scholarly work.
  3. Thomas F. Madden is associate professor and chair of the Department of History at Saint Louis University.

Professor

  1. The poem was written by Thomas Gray (December 26, 1716 -- July 30, 1771),who was an English poet, classical scholar and professor at Cambridge University.
  2. Special emphasis is given the lives and careers of two giants in the business: Singers "Mother" Willie Mae Ford Smith and "Professor" Thomas A. Dorsey.
  3. Studying under VMI Commandant William Gilham and a professor named Thomas J. Jackson, he graduated with a degree as a civil engineer in the Class of 1847.

University

  1. Thomas Gray (December 26, 1716 – July 30, 1771), was an English poet, classical scholar and professor of history at University of Cambridge.
  2. Innocent V (pope 1276), who succeeded St. Thomas Aquinas as professor of theology at the University of Paris; St. Louis (1215-70), and his sister Bl.
  3. Thomas Bartholin came from a family that has became famous for its pioneering scientists, twelve of whom became professors at the University of Copenhagen.

Kerala

  1. The indigenous church of Kerala, India has a tradition that St. Thomas sailed there to spread the Christian faith.
  2. It is said that the apostle St. Thomas, who visited Kerala in 75 AD and established 7 churches including one here, consecrated a cross there.
  3. Christianity came to India around 50 A.D, with the arrival of St. Thomas in Kerala.

Thomas Edison

  1. This was one reason that Thomas Edison continued work on his own "Perfected Phonograph".
  2. New York, grew up in Nassau, Bahamas and lived in Montclair) Thomas Edison (1847–1931), inventor and businessman (b.
  3. He even sued Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison for stealing his patents and won both cases.

Edison

  1. Franklin was also unequaled in America as an inventor until Thomas Edison.
  2. He was a contemporary of Alexander Graham Bell (18471922) and Thomas Edison (18471931) who are household words in America.
  3. Earle Ovington (1879 - 1936) was an American aeronautical engineer, aviator and inventor, and served as a lab assistant to Thomas Edison.

Years

  1. He was followed by Thomas II (1270-92), who was involved for years in a violent dispute with Duke Henry IV as to the prerogatives of the Church in Silesia.
  2. John R. Thomas: I am a Delaware native who has been actively involved in the Mortgage and Finanace industries for over 10 years.
  3. It met in Washington, D.C. from March 4, 1801 to March 3, 1803, during the first two years of the first administration of U.S. President Thomas Jefferson.

Judas

  1. The answer seems obvious: at the time of the promises, Judas, Thomas B. Marsh and George Miller were faithful to the Lord.
  2. The most famous writings naming "Thomas" as Judas are perhaps the Gospel of Thomas and the Acts of Thomas.

Paine

  1. Thomas Paine called it a constitution unworthy of America.
  2. Until this very day the ideas of Jefferson, of Patrick Henry, of Thomas Paine, are denied and sold by their posterity.
  3. Every year, between 4 July and 14 July, Lewes Town Council organizes a festival to celebrate the life and work of Thomas Paine.

Jefferson

  1. Paine remained in France until 1802 when he returned to America on an invitation from Thomas Jefferson.
  2. At the invitation of the new president, Thomas Jefferson, Paine returned to the United States in 1802.
  3. Thomas Jefferson, who ate tomatoes in Paris, sent some seeds back to America[ 4]:28.

Thomas Becket

  1. St. Thomas Becket shed his blood in defence of the liberties of the Church against the encroachments of the Norman king (1170).

Becket

  1. In 1162 the king appointed Thomas Becket as archbishop of Canterbury, the highest position in the English Church.
  2. Louis VII received Thomas Becket and tried to reconcile him with King Henry II. Louis VII sided with Thomas Becket as a way to weaken Henry II politically.
  3. According to a contemporary writer, Thomas Becket was the son of Gilbert Becket, sheriff of London; another relates that both parents were of Norman blood.

Name

  1. For the others, Andrew, James son of Zebedee, John, Philip, Thomas, and Simon the Zealot, we are only told one name.
  2. Sure, she can call Molly Ivins a traitor and Evan Thomas, the son of Norman Thomas, even though his name is Evan Thomas, Jr.
  3. The best is Le Comte d'Essex, represented in 1638, which supplied some ideas to Thomas Corneille for his tragedy of the same name.

Camp Concentration

  1. Camp Concentration is a 1968 science fiction novel by Thomas M. Disch.

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