Thomas Seymour may refer to: Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley (1508–1549), English nobleman; Thomas H. Seymour (1807–1868), U.S. Representative from Connecticut; Thomas Day Seymour (1848–1907), American classical scholar; Thomas Edward Seymour (born 1977), composer; Thomas Seymour (1896–1984), British director who worked ...
Thomas, pseudonyme utilisant Thomas comme nom de famille. Saint Thomas , hagionyme porté par plusieurs saints du christianisme, dont le plus connu est saint Thomas pour l'apôtre. Les personnes réelles et les personnages fictifs portant un prénom, un nom de famille, ou un anthroponyme homonyme se trouvent directement dans les articles détaillés correspondants.
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About Thomas. Thomas is a conservative Republican who is seeking to continue his career in public service as Judge of Brazoria County Court at Law No. 2. Thomas’ career reflects extensive and balanced experience as a Prosecutor, Military Defense Attorney, and Judge. Meet Thomas
Seymour's second daughter, Elizabeth, was first married to Sir Anthony Ughtred (c.1478 – 1534), secondly to Gregory Cromwell (c.1520 – 1551), son of Henry VIII's chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, and for a third time to John Paulet, Baron St John (c.1510 – 1576), who succeeded his father as Marquess of Winchester in 1572.
Seymour Public Schools has continued to be proactive and a leader in school security ensuring our students feel safe, protected and are ready to learn in a safe environment. We constantly train, plan and practice with our Seymour Emergency Services Departments to make sure we are taking all necessary precautions to keep our Seymour Schools a safe place for our students and staff.
The Master è un film del 2012 scritto e diretto da Paul Thomas Anderson.. Protagonisti sono Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman e Amy Adams.Il film è stato presentato in concorso alla 69ª Mostra internazionale d'arte cinematografica di Venezia.