Thoma

Tho·ma

(tō'mah),
Richard, German histologist, 1847-1923. See: Thoma ampulla, Thoma fixative, Thoma laws.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in classic literature ?
Thomas wanted to hoe his turnips today so he asked me to come.
Bime-by Thomas began to come up and so did the other feller -- William Obadiah Seaman, his name was.
Thomas said that they were a pair of babies and as poor as church mice.
Thomas moved away from Bolingbroke to Marysville, and I lived with them until I was eight years old.
In such terms, no doubt, substituting the words 'boys and girls,' for 'sir,' Thomas Gradgrind now presented Thomas Gradgrind to the little pitchers before him, who were to be filled so full of facts.
Bitzer, after rapidly blinking at Thomas Gradgrind with both eyes at once, and so catching the light upon his quivering ends of lashes that they looked like the antennae of busy insects, put his knuckles to his freckled forehead, and sat down again.
It was not only for his business cleverness that King Henry loved Sir Thomas. It was for his merry, witty talk.
Then Sir Thomas, holding her tenderly, comforted and blessed her, and at last she took her arms from about his neck and he passed on.
Three days of rest, three blessed days of rest, are what I had with Wolf Larsen, eating at the cabin table and doing nothing but discuss life, literature, and the universe, the while Thomas Mugridge fumed and raged and did my work as well as his own.
It was plainly Thomas Mugridge's intention to make me pay for those three days.
Thomas Wildfang sat up on the side of the bed, and spoke his next words cautiously in Turlington's ear.
About thirty years ago Miss Maria Ward, of Huntingdon, with only seven thousand pounds, had the good luck to captivate Sir Thomas Bertram, of Mansfield Park, in the county of Northampton, and to be thereby raised to the rank of a baronet's lady, with all the comforts and consequences of an handsome house and large income.