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Thom·son

(tom'sŏn),
Frederic H., English physician, 1867-1938. See: Thomson sign.

Thom·son

(tom'sŏn),
Matthew Sidney, English dermatologist, 1894-1969. See: Rothmund-Thomson syndrome.
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newspaperman and disappointed job-seeker named James Thomson Callender.
Influenced by the 18th-century British poets James Thomson and Alexander Pope, whose works he translated, he wrote poetry, such as Irdisches Vergnugen in Gott (1721-48; "Earthly Pleasure in God"), in which natural phenomena are seen as aspects of God's perfectly ordered universe.
It is, perhaps, a surprising moment for a new life of James Thomson to appear.
Thomson " (1749), commemorating his significant literary relationship with the poet James Thomson.
West organized and managed the research between Geron Corporation (Nasdaq: GERN) and its academic collaborators, James Thomson and John Gearhart, that led to the first isolation of human embryonic stem and human embryonic germ cells.
Grangetown Riverside: Matthew Bullock, Oliver Cairney, Callum Coates, Rhys Coleman, Matty Downs, Slater Jay, Charlie Jackson, Daniel Kukielka, Corey Lowther, Ethan Pearson, Harvey Poole, Ethan Routledge, James Skull, Charlie Smith, Ross Smithyman, Mason Stout, James Thomson, Tom Todd, Alexander Tweddle
Those shortlisted for awards include two-yearold James Thomson whose throat, vocal chords, tongue and stomach were all horrifically burnt after he drank a toxic substance.
Comic and broadcaster Fred MacAulay will be joined by Michelin star chef Andrew Fairlie and restaurateur James Thomson on a quest to munch neeps and tatties on 19,000ft Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
James Thomson, 26, was asked to leave after lighting a cigarette at a bar in Brighton during a bender with mates.
Under-15s: 1st Aberdare Legends: Joel Makin, James Thomson, Dan Cope; 2nd St Mellons 1: Macario Chung, Adil Hussain, Greg Jones; 3rd Newport 3: Simeon Ollewfello, Rhys Forty, Ryan Davies; 4th Vale 1: Robert Luke, Chris Horton, Salil Gokhale.
James Thomson and Charlotte Wadley, from Yardley, fly to India next month to spend two weeks in a deprived area, helping youngsters in need.
The original idea came from a poem of that name by the 18th century English poet James Thomson.