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(tom'ăs),
Hugh Owen, British surgeon, 1834-1891. See: Thomas splint.
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Despite hospital staff's best efforts to save him, Tomas died four days after his accident on October 13.
An inquest hearing at Newport Coroner's Court yesterday heard that Cardiff resident Tomas began working with his father after finishing his studies at Barry College.
Tomas, from a typhoon with maximum sustained winds of 145 kph and gustiness of up to 180 kph last Sunday, has weakened into a severe tropical storm with maximun sustained winds of 90 kph and gusts of up to 115 kph around mid-Monday.
"We are delighted to have furthered the relationship we have had with Chelsea over the last few years with the signings of Tammy Abraham, Jay Dasilva and now Tomas.
Tomas, who works as an administrator for Laois GAA and referees games, added his wake-up call came after he saw a photo of himself wearing an Aston Villa jersey in size 4XL.
In aggregate, the three properties comprise approximately 6,978 ha and abut and surround the Santo Tomas copper porphyry properties in Sinaloa, Mexico (the Santo Tomas Concessions).
Sadly for Tomas, he couldn't fulfil his dream of seeing a home goal at St James' Park - instead witnessing the disappointing 3-0 defeat to Watford.
XAVIER TOMAS hopes Aberdeen's poor record at the Superseal Stadium is weighing on their minds.
A retired, senile bank clerk confined to his basement apartment, Tomas Jonsson decides that, since memoirs are all the rage, he's going to write his own (a sure bestseller) that will also right the wrongs of contemporary Icelandic society.
Con esta obra el profesor Leo Elders continua, con noventa anos cumplidos, la larga y variada serie de sus publicaciones, la mayoria de las cuales versan sobre santo Tomas de Aquino.