Authors that match 'thomas'.

Thomas Bailey Aldrich American Poet (1836-1907)
Paul Thomas Anderson American Director (1970-)
Thomas Gold Appleton American Critic (1812-1884)
Thomas Aquinas Italian Theologian (1225-1274)
Thomas Arnold English Educator (1795-1842)
Thomas Babington British Poet (1800-1859)
Thomas John Barnardo Irish Celebrity (1845-1905)
Thomas Haynes Bayly English Writer (1797-1839)
Thomas Becket English Clergyman (1118-1170)
Thomas Lovell Beddoes English Poet (1803-1849)
Thomas Beecham English Composer (1879-1961)
Thomas Berger American Novelist (1924-)
Thomas Blood English Soldier (1618-1680)
Thomas Bowdler English Scientist (1754-1825)
Thomas Brooks (-)
Thomas Edward Brown British Poet (1830-1897)
Thomas Browne British Scientist (1605-1682)
Thomas Bulfinch American Writer (1796-1867)
Thomas Campbell Scottish Poet (1777-1844)
Thomas Campion English Composer (1567-1620)
Thomas Carlyle Scottish Philosopher (1795-1881)
Thomas Carper American Economist (1947-)
Thomas Cavendish English Explorer (1908-1908)
Thomas R. Cech American Scientist (1947-)
Thomas Chalmers Scottish Clergyman (1780-1847)
Thomas Chatterton (1752-1770)
Thomas Haden Church American Actor (1961-)
Thomas Churchyard English Author (1520-1604)
Thomas Clarkson English Activist (1760-1846)
Thomas Cochrane English Politician (1775-1860)
Thomas Cole American Artist (1801-1848)
Thomas Couture French Artist (1815-1879)
Thomas Coventry English Lawyer (1578-1640)
Thomas Cromwell English Politician (1485-1540)
Thomas D'Evelyn (-)
Thomas Day British Author (1748-1789)
Thomas Dekker English Dramatist (1572-1632)
Thomas R. Dewar (-)
Thomas Dewey American Politician (1902-1971)
Thomas M. Disch (-)
Thomas Dolby English Musician (1958-)
Thomas Dooley German Athlete (1961-)
Thomas A. Dorsey (1899-1993)
Thomas Drummond (-)
Thomas Eakins American Artist (1844-1916)
Thomas A. Edison American Inventor (1847-1931)
Alice Thomas Ellis British Writer (1932-2005)
Thomas Erskine Scottish Theologian (1788-1870)
James Thomas Fields American Publisher (1817-1881)
Thomas S. Foley American Politician (1929-)
Thomas Foran (-)
Timothy Thomas Fortune American Writer (1856-1928)
Thomas Frank American Author (1965-)
Thomas Friedman American Journalist (1953-)
Thomas Fuller English Clergyman (1608-1661)
Thomas Gainsborough British Artist (1727-1788)
Thomas S. Gates, Jr. American Public Servant (1906-1983)
Thomas Gold Austrian Scientist (1920-2004)
Thomas Goodwin English Clergyman (1600-1680)
Thomas Gray English Poet (1716-1771)
Thomas Griffith American Editor (-)
Thomas Guthrie Scottish Clergyman (1803-1873)
Thomas Chandler Haliburton Canadian Author (1796-1865)
Thomas Hardy English Novelist (1840-1928)
Thomas Harris American Author (1940-)
Thomas Harrison English (-)
Thomas Hearne English Historian (1678-1735)
Thomas Hearns American Athlete (1958-)
Thomas Heywood English Playwright (1570-1641)
Thomas W. Higginson American Clergyman (1823-1911)
Thomas Wentworth Higginson (-)
Thomas Hobbes English Philosopher (1588-1679)
Thomas Holcroft English Dramatist (1745-1809)
Thomas Hood English Poet (1799-1845)
Thomas Hooker American Celebrity (1586-1647)
Thomas Howard (-)
Thomas Hughes British Judge (1822-1896)
Thomas Huxley English Scientist (1825-1895)
Thomas J. Jackson American Soldier (1824-1863)
Thomas Jane American Actor (1969-)
Thomas Jordan Jarvis American Politician (1836-1915)
Thomas Jefferson American President (1743-1826)
Thomas H. Kean American Politician (1935-)
Thomas Keller American Celebrity (1955-)
Thomas R. Kelly American Celebrity (1893-1941)
Thomas a Kempis (-)
Thomas Kempis German Writer (1380-1471)
Thomas Ken English Clergyman (1637-1711)
Thomas Keneally Australian Novelist (1935-)
Thomas Hewitt Key English Writer (1799-1875)
Thomas Starr King American Clergyman (1824-1864)
Thomas Kinkade American Artist (1958-)
Thomas Kretschmann German Actor (1962-)
Thomas Kuhn American Writer (1922-1996)
Thomas Kyd English Dramatist (1558-1594)
Thomas Lennon American Actor (-)
Thomas Leonard American Businessman (-)
Thomas Lodge English Dramatist (-)
Thomas Lynch American Politician (-)
Thomas B. Macaulay Historian (-)
Thomas Macaulay English Poet (-)
Thomas Malory English Author (1405-1471)
Thomas Malthus English Economist (1766-1834)
Thomas E. Mann American Sociologist (1944-)
Thomas Mann German Writer (1875-1955)
Thomas R. Marshall American Vice President (1854-1925)
Thomas F. Meagher (-)
Thomas Francis Meagher Irish Soldier (1823-1867)
Thomas Mellon American Businesman (1813-1908)
Thomas Menino American Politician (1942-)
Thomas Merton American Author (1915-1968)
Thomas Middleton English Poet (1580-1627)
Thomas Mitchell Australian Explorer (1792-1855)
Thomas Monaghan British Soldier (1937-)
Thomas S. Monson American Clergyman (1927-)
Thomas Moore Irish Poet (1779-1852)
Thomas More English Author (1478-1535)
Thomas Hunt Morgan American Scientist (1866-1945)
William Thomas Green Morton American Inventor (1819-1868)
Thomas Muster Austrian Athlete (1967-)
Thomas Nagel Yugoslavian Philosopher (1937-)
Thomas Nash English Writer (1567-1600)
Thomas Nashe English Writer (1567-1600)
Thomas North English Writer (1535-1601)
Thomas P. O'Neill American Politician (1912-1994)
Thomas Otway English Dramatist (1652-1685)
Thomas Overbury English Poet (1581-1613)
Thomas Nelson Page American Writer (1853-1922)
Thomas Paine English Writer (1737-1809)
Thomas Payne American Writer (1719-1799)
Thomas Love Peacock English Author (1785-1866)
Thomas Percy English Writer (1729-1811)
Thomas Perry German Musician (1963-)
Thomas J. Peters American Writer (1942-)
Thomas Pynchon American Writer (1937-)
Thomas de Quincey English Author (1785-1859)
Thomas Ravenscroft English Composer (1582-1635)
Thomas Reed American Politician (1839-1902)
Thomas Reid Scottish Philosopher (1710-1796)
Thomas Sankara Politician (1949-1987)
Thomas J. Sargent American Economist (1943-)
Thomas Secker English Clergyman (1693-1768)
Thomas Shadwell English Dramatist (1642-1692)
Thomas Shepard American Clergyman (1605-1649)
Thomas L. Smith American Explorer (1801-1866)
Thomas Smith (-)
Thomas V. Smith (-)
Thomas Sowell American Economist (1930-)
Thomas Spence English Writer (1750-1814)
Thomas Sprat English Writer (1635-1713)
William Thomas Stead English Journalist (1849-1912)
Thomas Sydenham English Scientist (1624-1689)
Thomas Szasz American Psychologist (1920-)
Brandon Thomas British Actor (1850-1914)
Cal Thomas American Journalist (1942-)
Clarence Thomas American Judge (1948-)
Craig L. Thomas American Politician (1933-2007)
Danny Thomas American Actor (1914-1991)
Dave Thomas American Businessman (1932-2002)
Debi Thomas American Athlete (1967-)
Dylan Thomas Welsh Poet (1914-1953)
Evan Thomas (-)
Freeman Thomas American Designer (-)
Helen Thomas American Journalist (1920-)
Henry Thomas American Actor (1971-)
Isiah Thomas American Athlete (1961-)
Jonathan Taylor Thomas American Actor (1981-)
Kevin Thomas American Athlete (1978-)
Kristin Scott Thomas English Actress (1960-)
Lewis Thomas English Scientist (1913-1993)
Lowell Thomas American Journalist (1892-1981)
Mark Thomas British Comedian (1963-)
Marlo Thomas American Actress (1937-)
Michael Tilson Thomas American Musician (1944-)
Norman Thomas American Activist (1884-1968)
Sean Patrick Thomas American Actor (1970-)
Will Thomas American Novelist (1958-)
William M. Thomas American Politician (1941-)
William Thomas American Athlete (1968-)
Thomas Traherne British Clergyman (1636-1674)
Thomas Tryon British Celebrity (1634-1703)
Thomas Tusser English Poet (1524-1580)
Thomas Vilsack American Politician (1950-)
Ralph Thomas Walker American Architect (1889-1973)
Thomas J. Watson American Scientist (1874-1956)
Thomas John Watson, Sr. (-)
Thomas Wentworth English Politician (1593-1641)
Thomas J. Whalen (-)
Thomas Willis English Scientist (1621-1673)
Thomas Wilson (-)
Thomas Wolfe American Novelist (1900-1938)

Quotations that match 'thomas'.

People have always said - those words, 'too conservative,' is fairly relative. I'm sure that they probably said that about Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
[ Always Benjamin Conservative Fairly Franklin George Jefferson Probably Relative Said Sure Thomas Those Too Washington Words]
Again, with two small children it's incredibly hard to commit yourself to anything because you're just getting interested in it and someone comes along and goes I want Thomas The Tank Engine on, and screams the place down until you put it on.
[ Again Along Anything Because Children Comes Commit Down Engine Getting Goes Hard Incredibly Interested Just Place Put Screams Small Someone Tank Thomas Two Until Want Yourself]
Principally I hate and detest that animal called man; although I heartily love John, Peter, Thomas, and so forth.
[ Although Animal Called Detest Forth Hate Heartily John Love Man Peter Principally Thomas]
How I longed to see these things; how I longed to see the Liberty Bell and walk on the streets where Thomas Jefferson, Tom Paine and Benjamin Franklin had walked.
[ Bell Benjamin Franklin Had How Jefferson Liberty Longed Paine See Streets These Things Thomas Tom Walk Walked Where]
I sometimes think that Thomas Cook should be numbered among the secular saints. He took travel from the privileged and gave it to the people.
[ Among Cook Gave Numbered Privileged Saints Secular Should Sometimes Think Thomas Took Travel]
I'm doing a Dylan Thomas film, Map of Love, with Mick Jagger producing again. It's a wonderful script.
[ Again Doing Dylan Film Jagger Love Map Mick Producing Script Thomas Wonderful]
Ray Leonard was more of a favorite than Thomas Hearns that night.
[ Favorite Leonard More Night Ray Than Thomas]
I've been influenced by poets as diverse as Dylan Thomas, Lewis Carroll, and Edgar Allan Poe.
[ Allan Been Diverse Dylan Edgar Influenced Lewis Poe Poets Thomas]
Thomas was my true name but everyone knew me as Mick, except my mother, who knew me as definitely Michael.
[ Definitely Everyone Except Knew Michael Mick Mother Name Thomas True]
Sometimes you just can't walk away from films you're offered, like the Dylan Thomas thing.
[ Away Dylan Films Just Offered Sometimes Thing Thomas Walk]
I suppose you could say my father's world was Thomas Hardy and my mother's D.H. Lawrence.
[ Could Father Hardy Lawrence Mother Say Suppose Thomas World]
We hope to do the Spanish Tragedy based on the play by Thomas Kyd.
[ Based Hope Play Spanish Thomas Tragedy]
My physics teacher, Thomas Miner was particularly gifted. To this day, I remember how he introduced the subject of physics. He told us we were going to learn how to deal with very simple questions such as how a body falls due to the acceleration of gravity.
[ Acceleration Body Day Deal Due Falls Gifted Going Gravity How Introduced Learn Miner Particularly Physics Questions Remember Simple Subject Such Teacher Thomas Told Us Very Were]
If Thomas Jefferson thought taxation without representation was bad, he should see how it is with representation.
[ Bad How Jefferson Representation See Should Taxation Thomas Thought Without]
To me, Arnold was a pioneer in the spirit of Thomas Edison or Benjamin Franklin, while Tiger is a pioneer in the spirit of Bill Gates.
[ Arnold Benjamin Bill Edison Franklin Gates Pioneer Spirit Thomas Tiger While]
I have no personal vendetta against Clarence Thomas. I seek only to provide the committee with information which it may regard as relevant.
[ Against Clarence Committee Information May Only Personal Provide Regard Relevant Seek Thomas Vendetta Which]
If Thomas Jefferson had heard us, he probably would have said, 'We shouldn't have free speech.'
[ Free Had Heard Jefferson Probably Said Speech Thomas Us Would]
Thomas Jefferson once said, 'We should never judge a president by his age, only by his works.' And ever since he told me that, I stopped worrying.
[ Age Ever His Jefferson Judge Never Once Only President Said Should Since Stopped Thomas Told Works Worrying]
I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent, of human knowledge, that has ever been gathered at the White House - with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.
[ Alone Been Collection Dined Ever Exception Extraordinary Gathered House Human Jefferson Knowledge Most Possible Talent Think Thomas White]
That was really cool. I got to kiss a little boy. I was 7 and he was 10, and his name is Thomas Curtis. He was the first boy I've ever kissed in my entire life and he was three years older than me.
[ Boy Cool Curtis Entire Ever First Got His Kiss Kissed Life Little Name Older Really Than Thomas Three Years]
My mother came from St. Thomas. I heard that melody and all I did was actually adapt it. I made my adaptation of sort of an island traditional melody. It did become sort of my trademark tune.
[ Actually Adapt Adaptation Become Came Did Heard Island Made Melody Mother Sort St Thomas Trademark Traditional Tune]
After the Great Depression and after public urging, a nationwide public competition was held to determine a design for a memorial that would honor President Thomas Jefferson's bold vision for westward expansion for America.
[ After America Bold Competition Depression Design Determine Expansion Great Held Honor Jefferson Memorial Nationwide President Public Thomas Urging Vision Westward Would]
But if there's an erosion at home, you know, Thomas Jefferson warned about a tyranny of an oligarchy and if we surrender our democracy to the tyranny of an oligarchy, we've made a terrible mistake.
[ Democracy Erosion Home Jefferson Know Made Mistake Oligarchy Our Surrender Terrible Thomas Tyranny Warned]
Discrimination against Jews can be read in Thomas Aquinas, and insults against Jews in Martin Luther.
[ Against Discrimination Insults Jews Luther Martin Read Thomas]
It's not name dropping, but not many people can say, like me, that they spent the day with the likes of Francis Bacon or that boring drunk Dylan Thomas. You don't forget things like that.
[ Bacon Boring Day Dropping Drunk Dylan Forget Francis Likes Many Name Say Spent Things Thomas]
The heroes of our youth grow old - 'the boys of summer in their ruin,' in Dylan Thomas's verse - yet we seem the same.
[ Boys Dylan Grow Heroes Old Our Ruin Same Seem Summer Their Thomas Verse Yet Youth]
But as the arms-control scholar Thomas Schelling once noted, two things are very expensive in international life: promises when they succeed and threats when they fail.
[ Expensive Fail International Life Noted Once Promises Scholar Succeed Things Thomas Threats Two Very]
I think most people read and re-read the things that they have liked. That's certainly true in my case. I re-read Pound a great deal, I re-read Williams, I re-read Thomas, I re-read the people whom I cam to love when I was at what you might call a formative stage.
[ Call Cam Case Certainly Deal Formative Great Liked Love Might Most Pound Re-Read Read Stage Things Think Thomas True Whom Williams]
The myth that John Locke was the philosopher behind the American Republic, is easily refuted by examining how Locke's philosophy steered Thomas Jefferson, for example.
[ American Behind Easily Examining Example How Jefferson John Locke Myth Philosopher Philosophy Refuted Republic Steered Thomas]
I have felt terribly from the beginning when I saw the problems and recognized that they would be ongoing. We were hired to put back the contours of the greens as closely as possible to George Thomas's designs and were real proud of what we did. It's a sad situation now.
[ Back Beginning Closely Designs Did Felt George Greens Hired Now Ongoing Possible Problems Proud Put Real Recognized Sad Saw Situation Terribly Thomas Were Would]
A declaration of the independence of America, and the sovereignty of the United STates was drawn by the ingenious and philosophic pen of Thomas Jefferson, Esquire, a delegate from the state of Virginia.
[ America Declaration Delegate Drawn Esquire Independence Ingenious Jefferson Pen Philosophic Sovereignty State States Thomas United Virginia]
When Thomas Edison worked late into the night on the electric light, he had to do it by gas lamp or candle. I'm sure it made the work seem that much more urgent.
[ Candle Edison Electric Gas Had Into Lamp Late Light Made More Much Night Seem Sure Thomas Urgent Work Worked]
During this period at the Department of Education, my working relationship with Judge Thomas was positive.
[ Department During Education Judge Period Positive Relationship Thomas Working]
We owe a lot to Thomas Edison - if it wasn't for him, we'd be watching television by candlelight.
[ Candlelight Edison Him Lot Owe Television Thomas Watching]
I probably would have voted against Justice Thomas, and, and, and I've been disappointed by what Justice Roberts has done.
[ Against Been Disappointed Done Justice Probably Roberts Thomas Voted Would]
One of my other nicknames was Thomas Edison, because I invented so many moves.
[ Because Edison Invented Many Moves Nicknames Other Thomas]
Well, you know, Thomas Jefferson, who was the author of the Declaration of Independence said he wouldn't have any atheists in his cabinet because atheists wouldn't swear an oath to God. That was Jefferson and we have never had any Muslims in the cabinet.
[ Any Atheists Author Because Cabinet Declaration God Had His Independence Jefferson Know Muslims Never Oath Said Swear Thomas Well]
There's one of my new poems actually - is a good example of where my poetry has ended up. My earlier river poetry was more like a cross between Shelley and Dylan Thomas.
[ Actually Between Cross Dylan Earlier Ended Example Good More New Poems Poetry River Shelley Thomas Up Where]
If you think about the way the hearings were structured, the hearings were really about Thomas' race and my gender.
[ Gender Hearings Race Really Structured Think Thomas Way Were]
What we call creative work, ought not to be called work at all, because it isn't. I imagine that Thomas Edison never did a day's work in his last fifty years.
[ Because Call Called Creative Day Did Edison Fifty His Imagine Last Never Ought Thomas Work Years]
In July of 1983, I left Washington, DC area and have had minimal contact with Judge Clarence Thomas since.
[ Area Clarence Contact Dc Had Judge July Left Minimal Since Thomas Washington]
At noon, on the Fourth of July, 1826, while the Liberty Bell was again sounding its old message to the people of Philadelphia, the soul of Thomas Jefferson passed on; and a few hours later John Adams entered into rest, with the name of his old friend upon his lips.
[ Adams Again Bell Entered Few Fourth Friend His Hours Into Jefferson John July Later Liberty Lips Message Name Noon Old Passed Philadelphia Rest Soul Sounding Thomas Upon While]
I love working with children and this young boy, Thomas Sangster, is quite a remarkable young actor. He raises your game, you know. He certainly raised mine.
[ Actor Boy Certainly Children Game Know Love Mine Quite Raised Raises Remarkable Thomas Working Young Your]
I've recently enjoyed the Paul Thomas Anderson commentaries and the David Fincher commentaries.
[ Anderson Commentaries David Enjoyed Paul Recently Thomas]