[ US /ˈtɑməs/ ]
  1. Welsh poet (1914-1953)
  2. a radio broadcast journalist during World War I and World War II noted for his nightly new broadcast (1892-1981)
  3. United States socialist who was a candidate for president six times (1884-1968)
  4. the Apostle who would not believe the resurrection of Jesus until he saw Jesus with his own eyes
  5. United States clockmaker who introduced mass production (1785-1859)
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  • They could have been classed as ship-rigged sloops-of-war and were built by Thomas Fishburn in 1770 at Whitby.
  • Outrages like the Thomas case make it a good deal more difficult for enlightened penal reformers like the Professor to get a fair hearing when they advocate bringing back the lash.
  • We don't know a millionth of one percent about anything. Thomas A. Edison 
  • Before 'mancipation my mammy and daddy owned by the very same old fellar, Thomas Henry McNeil. Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4
  • Restlessness is discontent - and discontent is the first necessity of progress. Show me a thoroughly satisfied man - and I will show you a failure. Thomas A. Edison 
  • An important story, the CD is ideal for history buffs, or anyone interested in the Sally Hemings-Thomas Jefferson story.
  • The sonnet's chief English importers were Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503 - 42) and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1515 - 47), who had generally translated their Italian originals not only into English but into a different shape of sonnet.
  • Thomas had a mission, to destroy the missile and prevent the shapechanger from carrying out his criminal activities.
  • To buttress his stance that the Church sanctioned such assassinations, Petit drew on Thomas Aquinas and other theologians, but the defense rested on John of Salisbury's explicit theories about the legitimacy of tyrannicide.
  • Thomas writes colorfully of blackguards and mistresses, salty sea dogs and young midshipmen, bloody quarterdecks and Parisian salons.
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