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Tomes

(tōmz),
Charles S., English dentist, 1846-1928. See: Tomes processes.

Tomes

(tōmz),
John, English dentist and anatomist, 1815-1895. See: Tomes fibers, Tomes granular layer.
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Tomes was being prescribed Methadone in prison to end his Subtex addiction, and if he could keep off drugs and alcohol on his release he had been promised a final chance by his mother, who was involved in child protection, and by the rest of his family.
Tomes is convinced the series, to be broadcast in August, will be a ratings winner.
Tomes poses at Crossroads Community Church in Fitchburg, which is expanding to a second location in Leominster.
Gateshead coach Dean Thomas, disappointed to lose a player of Tomes' stature, is confident he can overcome the setback.
"This is a great visual learning tool," says Tarek Tomes. "You can diagram opponent's plays and present them in a scouting report where they visually move.
An inquest at Warrington Coroner's Court was told Mrs Tomes had been admitted to the hospital in a weak and confused state.
The inquest heard that Mrs Tomes, of Holes Lane, Woolston, Warrington, was admitted to ward A1 at the hospital suffering from dehydration.
With hindsight stretching back a century, there is now a serious effort to uncover and reinterpret that history, said Nancy Tomes, professor of history at SUNY-Stony Brook and author of The Gospel of Germs: Men, Women, and the Microbe in American Life (1998).
By Nancy Tomes (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1998.
By Nancy Tomes. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1998.
It was like those old tomes on the shelves in the library.