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NASW can mean:* National Association of Social Workers* National Association of Science Writers

Nat (rapper)
Natalac aka Nat is a Southern rapper. In addition to the late night commercial success of Pimp of the City, Nat is most notable for his hit singles "Step Daddy " and "Fire in Florida" and for achieving success as a Duval County rapper

Nat (Wild Cards)
Nat is a slang term from the Wild Cards novels referring to normal humans uninfected by the Wild Card virus. Most often used by Jokers when referring to their uninfected oppressors, though also occasionally employed by Aces as a pejorative

Nata could refer to:Locations:* Nata, Cyprus* Natá, Panama* Nata, Botswana* Nata Island, GreeceFoods:* Cajeta, a Mexican dessert or confection typically from burnt goat's milk

Natacha may refer to:* Natacha , a Franco-Belgian comics series* Natacha , people with the given name Natacha*Polikarpov R-5 nickname in the Spanish Republican Air Force

Natacha (given name)
Natacha is a Russian female given name, originally a pet name variant of Natalia. It is the same as the Latin variant "Natalie", meaning "birthday" in reference to the birth of Christ, and was traditionally given to girls born around Christmas

Natal as an adjective refers to birth. As a proper noun, Natal may refer to:-Places:As a place name, Natal usually relates to the Portuguese word for Christmas. For example, Vasco da Gama named the South African region of Natal after passing there on Christmas Day 1497, and the village that became Natal, Brazil, was founded on Christmas Day 1599

Natale is a village in Central District of Botswana. The village is located 30 km west of Francistown, and it has a primary school. The population was 1,117 in 2001 census.

Natalia (Greek singer)
Natalia Doussopoulos , known professionally as Natalia, is a Greek pop singer. She was featured in several songs with the Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal including "Hatırla Beni" in 2000 and "Aşka Yürek Gerek" in 2003

Natalie may refer to:*Natalie , people with the given name Natalie* Shahan Natalie, Armenian writer and principal organizer of Operation Nemesis* Natalie , Mexican-American R&B singer/songwriter**Natalie , 2005

Natalie may refer to:*Natalie , people with the given name Natalie* Shahan Natalie, Armenian writer and principal organizer of Operation Nemesis* Natalie , Mexican-American R&B singer/songwriter**Natalie , 2005

Natalie (album)
Natalie is the eponymous debut album by American R&B singer-songwriter Natalie Alvarado, released by Universal Records on May 17, 2005. The album debuted on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart at #16, selling over 50,000 copies in its first week.

Natasha (singer)
Natasha Bradley is an R&B singer and fashion model who during her junior year in high school, while working at a Subway sandwich shop, was introduced to producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins. After seeing her sing and dance just once, Jerkins invited Natasha to his studio to record what became her first two singles

Natasja is a given name, and may refer to:*Natasja Crone Back, Danish journalist*Natasja Saad , Danish reggae and dancehall artist known as "Natasja"' or "Little T"*Natalya Panina *Natasja Shah, Trinidad poet

NATE can refer to:*National Association for the Teaching of English*National Association of Theatrical Television and Kine Employees

Nathalie is a female given name. It is one popular variant of the name Natalie, found in many languages but especially common in French and Russian speaking countries

Nathan (surname)
Nathan is a surname derived from Hebrew נתן meaning Given .-People with this surname:*Abie Nathan , Israeli humanist and peace activist

Nathaniel (Popp)
Archbishop Nathaniel is an American Romanian Orthodox clergyman, the current archbishop of the Orthodox Church in America's Romanian Episcopate.

NATI (motorcycle)
NATI Nauchnyj avtotraktornyj institut was a manufacturer of motorcycles in the Soviet Union from 1931 -1933. It built the NATI-A-750, designed by Soviet engineer Pyotr Mozharov, prior to the transfer of manufacturing to PMZ.

A nation may refer to a community of people who share a common language, culture, ethnicity, descent, and/or history. In this definition, a nation has no physical borders. However, it can also refer to people who share a common territory and government irrespective of their ethnic make-up

Nation (novel)
Nation is a Terry Pratchett novel, published in the UK on September 11, 2008. It is the first non-Discworld Pratchett novel since Johnny and the Bomb . Nation is in an alternate history of our world in the 1860s. The book received recognition as a Michael L

Nation (university)
Student nations or simply nations are regional corporations of students at a university. Once widespread across Europe in medieval times, they are now largely restricted to the ancient universities of Sweden and Finland

National may refer to:* Nation or country** Nationality** A citizen or subject of a country; by inference, frequently a person who owes loyalty to a country but lacks full membership in it, a non-citizen resident

Nationality is membership of a nation or sovereign state, usually determined by their citizenship, but sometimes by ethnicity or place of residence, or based on their sense of national identity.

Nationalisation, also spelled nationalization, is the process of taking an industry or assets into government ownership by a national government or state. Nationalization usually refers to private assets, but may also mean assets owned by lower levels of government, such as municipalities, being transferred to the public sector to be operated by or owned by the state

Nationwide may refer to:* Nationwide Building Society, a UK building society* Nationwide , a British current affairs series* Nationwide , an Irish regional news program

Nativa was a carbonated beverage created by the Coca-Cola Company. It was released in November 2003 in Argentina, and discontinued in August 2004

The term "native" can have many different social and political connotations in different contexts. In some cases it is a neutral, descriptive term, for example, when stating that one is a native of a particular city or that a certain language is one's native language

Native Son (disambiguation)
Native Son or Native Sons can be several things:Fiction* Native Son is a 1940 novel by Richard Wright.* Native Son * Native Son History* Native Sons of the Golden West, a Californian groupMusic

Native Son (Judybats album)
Native Son is the first album by the Judybats, released in 1991.- Track listing :#Native Son #Daylight #Convalescing in Spain #Don't Drop the Baby #She Lives

Native Speaker
Native Speaker is Chang-Rae Lee’s first novel. In Native Speaker, he creates a man named Henry Park who tries to assimilate into American society and become a “native speaker.”-Plot summary:

Nativism may refer to:* Nativism or political nativism, a term used by scholars to refer to ethnocentric beliefs relating to immigration and nationalism; antiforeignism

-The birth of Jesus:* Nativity of Jesus, the Gospel story of the birth of Jesus* Nativity of Jesus in art, paintings depicting the Nativity* Nativity play, a dramatic production about the Nativity

-The birth of Jesus:* Nativity of Jesus, the Gospel story of the birth of Jesus* Nativity of Jesus in art, paintings depicting the Nativity* Nativity play, a dramatic production about the Nativity

Nativization is the process whereby a language gains native speakers. This happens necessarily where a second language used by adult parents becomes the native language of their children

Natter means talking without content . It may also refer to:* Bachem Ba 349, a German manned rocket interceptor from World War II* Robert J. Natter, a US Navy Admiral* Tobias G. Natter, an Austrian art historian and museums director

Natters is a municipality in the district Innsbruck-Land and is located 3.50 km south of Innsbruck. The village was mentioned in documents around 1151 for the first time. Natters as well as Mutters received connection with Innsbruck thanks to the Stubaitalbahn in 1904. It has 1918 inhabitants and an own hospital

Natty may refer to:* Natty , a singer/songwriter from North London* Natty Bumppo, the fictional protagonist of the Leatherstocking Tales* Natty Dominique , jazz trumpeter* Natty Dreadlocks, a member of the Rastafarian community

Natur is an Israeli settlement, kibbutz, in the southern Golan Heights which lies in the municipal territory of the Golan Regional Council. The international community considers Israeli settlements in the Golan Heights illegal under international law, but the Israeli government disputes this.Natur decided in 2007, after 27 years as a kibbutz, to become a moshav, and an interministerial

Natural is an adjective that refers to Nature.Natural may refer too:In science and mathematics:* Natural transformation, category theory in mathematics* Natural foods

NATURAL is a fourth-generation programming language from Software AG. It is largely used for building databases output in plain text form, for example. * Hello World in NATURAL WRITE 'Hello World!' END

Natural (music)
In music theory, a natural is an accidental which cancels previous accidentals and represents the unaltered pitch of a note.A note is natural when it is neither flat nor sharp . Natural notes are the notes A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, and are represented by the white notes on the keyboard of a piano or organ

Natural (Peter Andre album)
Natural is the second album released by Australian singer-songwriter Peter Andre.-Background:Following the success of his first album, Andre was commissioned to record a second album with Melodian. However, Melodian believed that after the success received in Australia for his first album, that it would be wise to see if he could break the British market as well

Natural Gas (band)
Natural Gas was a rock band featuring Peter Wood, Joey Molland, Mark Clarke and Jerry Shirley. They released one album, Natural Gas, produced by Felix Pappalardi, in 1976.-Singles:*"Right Time" b/w "Dark Cloud"

Natural Resources
Natural Resources is a soul album released by Motown girl group Martha Reeves and the Vandellas in 1970 on the Gordy label. The album is significant for the Vietnam War ballad "I Should Be Proud" and the slow jam, "Love Guess Who"

Natural selection
Natural selection is the nonrandom process by which biologic traits become either more or less common in a population as a function of differential reproduction of their bearers. It is a key mechanism of evolution.

Natural Selection (group)
Natural Selection is a U.S. music group, best known for their 1991 U.S. hit "Do Anything" featuring Niki Haris that reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100.The group started in 1989 by Elliot Erickson and Frederick Thomas

Naturalism is any of several philosophical stances wherein all phenomena or hypotheses, commonly labeled as supernatural, are either false or not inherently different from natural phenomena or hypotheses.Naturalism may also refer to:-In the arts:

Naturalist may refer to:* Practitioner of natural history* Conservationist* Advocate of naturalism * Naturalist , autobiography-See also:* The American Naturalist, periodical* Naturalism

Naturalist (book)
Naturalist is an autobiography by naturalist, entomologist, and sociobiologist Edward O. Wilson first published in 1994 by Island Press. In it he writes on his childhood and the beginnings of his interest in biology, on his work in entomology and myrmecology, on his work with biogeography, and on several of his writings including on his controversial work Sociobiology: The New

Naturally may refer to:Albums* Naturally!, an album by Nat Adderley* Naturally * Naturally * Naturally * Naturally Songs

Naturally (Kalapana song)
"Naturally" is Kalapana's signature song. Released in 1975 from their eponymous album, "Naturally" quickly became Kalapana's most popular song, even though it didn't chart on the Billboard Hot 100.

Naturally (Pizzarelli)
Naturally is a studio album by jazz singer and guitarist John Pizzarelli accompanied by his trio of Martin Pizzarelli and Ray Kennedy. Also on the album is a large horn section which included Clark Terry, and his father on rhythm guitar, Bucky Pizzarelli.

Naturalness (physics)
Naturalness is the property that all parameters appearing in a theory take values of order 1

Naturism (disambiguation)
Naturism, sometimes called Nudism, is a cultural and political movement advocating social nudity in private and public spaces, and also a lifestyle of living in harmony with nature and others as expressed through social nudity.

Nau (company)
Nau is an urban & outdoor apparel clothing company, founded 2005 and based in Portland, Oregon, United States with strong social and environmental missions.

Naufraga balearica is a species of flowering plant in the Apiaceae family, and the only species in the genus Naufraga. It is endemic to the Spanish island of Majorca, where it is found only at the base of cliffs at the north of the island. A population was discovered on Corsica in 1981, but it had died out by 1983, and it is not clear whether it arrived naturally

Naughty (Chaka Khan album)
Naughty is the second solo album by American R&B/funk singer Chaka Khan, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1980.- Biography :Three singles were released from Naughty: the club hit "Clouds" , "Get Ready, Get Set" and the big hit "Papillon "

Naughty Bits
Naughty Bits is a comic book series written and illustrated by Roberta Gregory, and published by Fantagraphics Books. The series ran from March 1991 to July 2004, totalling 40 issues. The main character is Bitchy Bitch. The raw drawings depict everyday life of a desperate/ aggressive woman, in a mature and fun tone.-External links:*

Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution officially abolished and continues to prohibit slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. It was passed by the Senate on April 8, 1864, passed by the House on January 31, 1865, and adopted on December 6, 1865. On December 18, Secretary of State William H

Thirty meter telescope
The Thirty Metre Telescope is a proposed ground-based large segmented mirror reflecting telescope to be built on Mauna Kea in Hawaii. The telescope is designed for observations from the near-ultraviolet to the mid-infrared . An adaptive optics system would correct for image blur caused by the atmosphere of the Earth

Thirty Tyrants
The Thirty Tyrants were a pro-Spartan oligarchy installed in Athens after its defeat in the Peloponnesian War in 404 BC. Contemporary Athenians referred to them simply as "the oligarchy" or "the Thirty" ; the expression "Thirty Tyrants" is due to later historians

Tirunavukkarasar , , also known as Appar was a seventh century Saivite poet-saint of Tamil Nadu, one of the most prominent of the sixty-three Nayanars. He was an older contemporary of Sambandar

This Earth of Mankind
This Earth of Mankind is the first book in Pramoedya Ananta Toer's epic quartet called Buru Quartet, first published by Hasta Mitra in 1980. The story is set at the end of the Dutch colonial rule and was written while Pramoedya was imprisoned on the political island prison of Buru in eastern Indonesia

This Is Boston, Not L.A.
This Is Boston, Not a hardcore punk compilation album released in 1982. It is considered the definitive album from the Boston hardcore scene, as several of the bands that were prominent in that scene appear on the album

This Is Your Life
This Is Your Life is an American television documentary series broadcast on NBC, originally hosted by its producer, Ralph Edwards from 1952 to 1961. In the show, the host surprises a guest, and proceeds to take them through their life in front of an audience including friends and family.Edwards revived the show in 1971-72, while Joseph Campanella hosted a version in 1983

This Land Is Your Land
"This Land Is Your Land" is one of the United States' most famous folk songs. Its lyrics were written by Woody Guthrie in 1940 based on an existing melody, in response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America", which Guthrie considered unrealistic and complacent. Tired of hearing Kate Smith sing it on the radio, he wrote a response originally called "God Blessed America for Me"

Thom Bell
Thomas Randolph "Thom" Bell is an American songwriter and producer, best known as one of the creators of the Philadelphia style of soul music in the 1970s. He moved to Philadelphia as a child.-Biography:

Thom McKee
Thom McKee is a former United States Navy officer who was a long-running contestant on Tic Tac Dough, an American game show, in 1980. He set a number of game show records for the time, appearing on forty-six episodes of the series and winning $312,700 in cash and prizes

Thom Yorke
Thomas "Thom" Edward Yorke is an English musician who is the lead vocalist and principal songwriter for Radiohead. He mainly plays guitar and piano, but he has also played drums and bass guitar

Thomas Alva Edison Memorial Tower and Museum
The Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park, also known as the Menlo Park Museum / Edison Memorial Tower, is a memorial to inventor and businessman Thomas Alva Edison, located in the Menlo Park area of Edison, New Jersey

Thomas Anders
Thomas Anders is a German singer, composer and record producer. Anders was the lead singer of Germany's popular pop-duo Modern Talking in 1984–1987 and in 1998–2003.-Early years:

Thomas Andrews (shipbuilder)
Thomas Andrews, Jr. was an Irish businessman and shipbuilder; managing director and head of the draughting department for the shipbuilding company Harland and Wolff in Belfast, Ireland. Andrews was the shipbuilder in charge of the plans for the ocean liner

Thomas Aquinas
Thomas Aquinas, O.P. , also Thomas of Aquin or Aquino, was an Italian Dominican priest of the Catholic Church, and an immensely influential philosopher and theologian in the tradition of scholasticism, known as Doctor Angelicus, Doctor Communis, or Doctor Universalis

Thomas Bateman
Thomas Bateman was an English antiquary and barrow-digger.-Biography:Thomas Bateman was born in Rowsley, Derbyshire, England, the son of the amateur archaeologist William Bateman

Thomas Becket
Thomas Becket was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder in 1170. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion

Thomas Beddoes
Thomas Beddoes , English physician and scientific writer, was born at Shifnal in Shropshire. He was a reforming practitioner and teacher of medicine, and an associate of leading scientific figures. Beddoes was a friend of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and, according to E. S

Thomas Blount
Thomas Blount was an American Revolutionary War veteran and statesman from the state of North Carolina.-Biography:

Thomas Brassey
Thomas Brassey was an English civil engineering contractor and manufacturer of building materials who was responsible for building much of the world's railways in the 19th century. By 1847, he had built about one-third of the railways in Britain, and by time of his death in 1870 he had built one in every twenty miles of railway in the world

Thomas Bray
The Reverend Dr Thomas Bray was an English clergyman, who spent time in Maryland as an Anglican representative.-Life:

Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin
Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin and 11th Earl of Kincardine was a Scottish nobleman and diplomat, known for the removal of marble sculptures from the Parthenon in Athens. Elgin was the second son of Charles Bruce, 5th Earl of Elgin and his wife Martha Whyte

Thomas Built Buses
Thomas Built Buses, Inc. is a bus manufacturer based in High Point, North Carolina, United States and a subsidiary of the German Daimler AG. Thomas produces school buses, activity buses/MFSAB , and commercial buses; both small and full-size buses are produced.Thomas traces its roots to 1916, when it was incorporated as the Perley A

Thomas C. Kinkaid
Thomas Cassin Kinkaid was an admiral in the United States Navy during World War II. He built a reputation as a "fighting admiral" in the aircraft carrier battles of 1942 and commanded the Allied forces in the Aleutian Islands Campaign

Thomas Carter (film director)
Thomas Carter is an American film and television director known for Swing Kids, Save the Last Dance with Julia Stiles, and Coach Carter with Samuel L

Thomas Cartwright (architect)
Thomas Cartwright was a 17th century English architect. Cartwright was the architect employed by Sir Robert Clayton, president of the St Thomas' Hospital, to rebuild and the hospital and nearby St Thomas Church on the south bank of the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament in London

Thomas Cole
Thomas Cole was an English-born American artist. He is regarded as the founder of the Hudson River School, an American art movement that flourished in the mid-19th century

Thomas Cook
Thomas Cook of Melbourne, Derbyshire, England founded the travel agency that is now Thomas Cook Group.- Early days :

Thomas Cook AG
This article contains historical information about Thomas Cook AG until its merger with My Travel - for the new company see - Thomas Cook Group

Thomas Cooper Gotch
Thomas Cooper Gotch was an English Pre-Raphaelite painter and book illustrator, and brother of John Alfred Gotch the noted architect.-Early life:

Thomas Crapper
Thomas Crapper was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co. in London. Contrary to widespread misconceptions, Crapper did not invent the flush toilet. He did, however, do much to increase the popularity of the toilet, and developed some important related inventions, such as the ballcock

Thomas Cresap
Colonel Thomas Cresap was an English-born pioneer settler in the state of Maryland, and an agent of Lord Baltimore in the Maryland-Pennsylvania boundary dispute. During the dispute, Cresap became a notorious figure in the Conejohela Flats areathe Susquehanna Valley in the area south of Wright's Ferrywhere he was considered a wanted criminal in Pennsylvania

Thomas DeSimone
Thomas "Two-Gun Tommy" Anthony DeSimone was an Italian-American gangster and associate of the Lucchese crime family in New York. Also known as "Tommy D" or "Tommy Two-Guns", he was a grandson and nephew of Los Angeles mob bosses Rosario DeSimone and Frank DeSimone

Thomas Digges
Sir Thomas Digges was an English mathematician and astronomer. He was the first to expound the Copernican system in English but discarded the notion of a fixed shell of immoveable stars to postulate infinitely many stars at varying distances; he was also first to postulate the "dark night sky paradox".-Life:Thomas was the son of Leonard Digges, the

Thomas Edison
Thomas Alva Edison was an American inventor and businessman. He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and a long-lasting, practical electric light bulb. In addition, he created the world’s first industrial research laboratory

Thomas Fitzsimons
Thomas FitzSimons was an American merchant and statesman of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He represented Pennsylvania in the Continental Congress, the Constitutional Convention, and the U.S. Congress.-Biography:

Thomas Francis Meagher
-Young Ireland:Meagher returned to Ireland in 1843, with undecided plans for a career in the Austrian army, a tradition among a number of Irish families. In 1844 he traveled to Dublin with the intention of studying for the bar. He became involved in the Repeal Association, which worked for repeal of the Act of Union between Great Britain and Ireland

Thomas Gage
Thomas Gage was a British general, best known for his many years of service in North America, including his role as military commander in the early days of the American War of Independence.

Thomas Gainsborough
Thomas Gainsborough was an English portrait and landscape painter.-Suffolk:Thomas Gainsborough was born in Sudbury, Suffolk. He was the youngest son of John Gainsborough, a weaver and maker of woolen goods. At the age of thirteen he impressed his father with his penciling skills so that he let him go to London to study art in 1740

Thomas Gustave Plant
Thomas Gustave Plant was a French-Canadian immigrant who made his fortune manufacturing shoes under the Queen Quality Shoes label. His largest shoe factory, the Thomas G. Plant Shoe Factory in Roxbury , Massachusetts, stood at

Thomas Hardy
Thomas Hardy, OM was an English novelist and poet. While his works typically belong to the Naturalism movement, several poems display elements of the previous Romantic and Enlightenment periods of literature, such as his fascination with the supernatural.While he regarded himself primarily as a poet who composed novels mainly for financial gain, he

Thomas Harris
Thomas Harris is an American author and screenwriter, best known for a series of suspense novels about his most famous character, Hannibal Lecter

Thomas Harry Saunders
Thomas Harry Saunders , usually called T. H. Saunders, was a British paper-maker known especially for his watermarks, and also a philanthropist.

Thomas Henry Lister
Thomas Henry Lister was an English novelist and Registrar General.-Life and writings:Lister was the son of Thomas Lister of Armitage Park and his first wife Harriet Anne Seale. His maternal grandfather was John Seale

Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury , in some older texts Thomas Hobbs of Malmsbury, was an English philosopher, best known today for his work on political philosophy

Thomas Hood
Thomas Hood was a British humorist and poet. His son, Tom Hood, became a well known playwright and editor.-Early life:

Thomas Hooker
Thomas Hooker was a prominent Puritan colonial leader, who founded the Colony of Connecticut after dissenting with Puritan leaders in Massachusetts

Thomas Hunt Morgan
Thomas Hunt Morgan was an American evolutionary biologist, geneticist and embryologist and science author who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discoveries relating the role the chromosome plays in heredity.Morgan received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in zoology in 1890 and researched embryology during

Thomas Hutchinson
Thomas Hutchinson was a businessman, historian, and a prominent Loyalist politician of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the years before the American Revolution. A successful businessman, Hutchinson was active at high levels of the Massachusetts government for many years, serving as lieutenant governor and then governor from 1758 to 1774

Thomas J. Sargent
Thomas John "Tom" Sargent is an American Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winning economist, specializing in the fields of macroeconomics, monetary economics and time series econometrics

Thomas James Bede Kenny
Thomas James Bede Kenny VC was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.

Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of the United States Declaration of Independence and the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom , the third President of the United States and founder of the University of Virginia

Thomas John Barnardo
Thomas John Barnardo was a philanthropist and founder and director of homes for poor children, born in Dublin. From the foundation of the first Barnardo's home in 1870 to the date of Barnardo’s death, nearly 100,000 children had been rescued, trained and given a better life.- Early life :Barnardo was born in Dublin, Ireland

Thomas Keating
For the famous art forger of the same name, see Tom Keating.For the American football player of the same name, see Tom Keating .Fr

Thomas Kenny
Thomas Kenny VC was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy given to British and Commonwealth forces.

Thomas Kinkade
Thomas Kinkade is an American painter of popular and commercial realistic, bucolic, and idyllic subjects. He is notable for the mass marketing of his work as printed reproductions and other licensed products via The Thomas Kinkade Company

Thomas Lord
Thomas Lord was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1787 to 1802. He made a brief comeback, playing in one further match in 1815. Overall, Lord made 90 known appearances in first-class cricket

Thomas Malthus
The Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus FRS was an English scholar, influential in political economy and demography. Malthus popularized the economic theory of rent.

Thomas Menino
Thomas Michael "Tom" Menino is the mayor of Boston, Massachusetts, United States and the city's first Italian-American mayor

Thomas Merton
Thomas Merton, O.C.S.O. was a 20th century Anglo-American Catholic writer and mystic. A Trappist monk of the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky, he was a poet, social activist, and student of comparative religion

Thomas Mifflin
Thomas Mifflin was an American merchant and politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, a member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly, a Continental Congressman from Pennsylvania, President of the Continental Congress, and a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of

Thomas Mitchell Campbell
Thomas Mitchell Campbell was the 24th Governor of Texas from 1907 to 1911.-Biography:Campbell was born in Rusk, Texas, the son of Thomas Duncan and Rachel Campbell. He attended school at Rusk and entered Trinity University in 1873 to study law. He was unable to support himself and withdrew after a year

Thomas Moran
Thomas Moran from Bolton, England was an American painter and printmaker of the Hudson River School in New York whose work often featured the Rocky Mountains. Moran and his family took residence in New York where he obtained work as an artist

Thomas More
Sir Thomas More , also known by Catholics as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and noted Renaissance humanist. He was an important councillor to Henry VIII of England and, for three years toward the end of his life, Lord Chancellor

Thomas Motor Company
E. R. Thomas Motor Company was a manufacturer of motorized bicycles, motorized tricycles, motorcycles, and automobiles in Buffalo, New York between 1900 and 1919.-Motorized Bicycles, Tricycles, and Motorcycles:

Thomas Newcomen
Thomas Newcomen was an ironmonger by trade and a Baptist lay preacher by calling. He was born in Dartmouth, Devon, England, near a part of the country noted for its tin mines. Flooding was a major problem, limiting the depth at which the mineral could be mined

Thomas Nuttall
Thomas Nuttall was an English botanist and zoologist, who lived and worked in America from 1808 until 1841.

Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk
Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk, Lord Marshal of England was the son of Edward I of England and Margaret of France.-Early life:

Thomas Organ Company
The Thomas Organ Company was a manufacturer of electronic keyboards and a one-time holder of the manufacturing rights to the Moog synthesizer. The Company was a force behind early electronic organs for the home.

Thomas Overbury
Sir Thomas Overbury was an English poet and essayist, and the victim of one of the most sensational crimes in English history

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