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Tom Verica Tom Verica (born May 13, 1964) is an American actor perhaps best known for his role of Jack Pryor on the NBC drama American Dreams. He also played Astronaut Dick Gordon in the HBO miniseries From The Earth To The Moon.
Tom Villa Thomas Albert Villa (born March 16, 1945) is an American Democratic politician from Missouri. He is currently a member of the Missouri House of Representatives representing the Carondelet neighborhood and surrounding areas in St.
Tom Vilsack Thomas James Vilsack (born December 13, 1950) is an American politician, a member of the Democratic Party, and served as the 40th Governor of the state of Iowa. He was first elected in 1998 and re-elected to a second four-year term in 2002.
Tom Virtue Tom Virtue (born November 19, 1957 in Sherman, Texas) is an American actor who has guest starred in a number of shows including 7th Heaven, Malcolm in the Middle, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Star Trek: Voyager, Arrested Development, The Secret World of Alex Mack, Six Feet Under, That's So Raven, Wanda Does It, Fresh Prince of Bel Air and many other shows just to name a few. But he is perhaps best known for his role as Steve Stevens, the patriarch in the hit Disney Channel Original Series Even Stevens.
Tom W. B. Kibble Thomas Walter Bannerman Kibble is a senior research investigator at The Blackett Laboratory, at Imperial College London, UK. His research interests are in quantum field theory, especially the interface between high-energy particle physics and cosmology.
Tom Waddell (baseball) Thomas David Waddell (born September 17, 1958, in Dundee, Scotland) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. The right-hander was signed by the Atlanta Braves as an amateur free agent, (April 1, 1981) and later drafted by the Cleveland Indians from the Braves in the 1983 rule V draft.
Tom Waits for No One "Tom Waits for No One" 1979-animation-rotoscoped- Starring Tom Waits singing "The One That Got Away" to an apparition conjured up in the lonely after hours of Heart Attack and Vine. Produced by Lyon Lamb and directed by John Lamb.
Tom Walkinshaw Tom Walkinshaw (born November 17 1950 Mauldslie Farm, near Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland) is a Scottish racing car driver and the founder of the racing team Tom Walkinshaw Racing. He is also involved in professional rugby union as a club owner and administrator,
Tom Walls Tom Kirby Walls (18 February 1883 - 27 November 1949) was a popular English stage and motion-pictures character actor, and film director. He has claim to be one of the most influential figures in British comedy.
Tom Wappel Thomas William Wappel, MP (born February 9, 1950) is a Canadian Member of Parliament. He has been a Liberal member of the House of Commons since 1988, and has represented the Toronto riding of Scarborough Southwest since 1997.
Tom Watson (golfer) Thomas Sturges Watson (born September 4, 1949) is an American golfer on the Champions Tour, who still occasionally competes in PGA Tour events. In the 1970s and 1980s he was one of the leading players in the world, winning eight major championships and heading the PGA Tour money list five times.
Tom Watson (politician) Thomas Anthony Watson (born 8 January 1967) is a politician in the United Kingdom. He is Labour Party Member of Parliament (MP) for West Bromwich East, and was principally known for being the first MP to start a blog.
Tom Watt (actor) Tom Watt (born 14 February, 1956 in Wanstead, East London) is an English radio presenter, journalist and actor. He is widely remembered for his role as Lofty Holloway in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, but is now one of Britain's leading football journalists.
Tom Werman Tom Werman (born Boston) is a record producer for Epic Records. He has worked on albums by several acts including Mother's Finest, Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, Molly Hatchet, Blue Ă–yster Cult, MĂ¶tley CrĂĽe, Twisted Sister, W.
Tom Whedon Tom Whedon is a television writer, whose credits include The Dick Cavett Show, Benson, Alice and The Golden Girls, as well as the children's show The Electric Company, a production of the Children's Television Workshop. He is also the father of Joss Whedon who is best known as the creator of the successful television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Tom White (American football official) Tom White was an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) for seventeen seasons from the 1989 to 2005 seasons. He started in the league as a head linesman and was promoted to referee with the start of the 1990 NFL season.
Tom Whitecloud The late Tom Whitecloud was an author, a doctor, and a poet, as well as a Chippewa and one of the Association of American Indian Physicians's foundering members. Mr Whitecloud innovated several techniques in spine surgery.
Tom Whitlock Tom Whitlock is a songwriter and lyricist best known for his Academy Award and Golden Globe winning song "Take My Breath Away" from the movie Top Gun, which he co-wrote with Giorgio Moroder. This songwriting duo had four other songs in Top Gun (including the Kenny Loggins hit "Danger Zone").
Tom Williams (Irish Republican) Tom Williams (1924â€“2 September1942) was a Volunteer within the Irish Republican Army who was hanged for his part in the killing of a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary during the Northern Campaign (IRA).
Tom Wills Thomas Wentworth "Tom" Wills (19 August 1835 â€“ 3 May 1880) was an Australian sportsman who is credited along with his cousin Henry Colden Harrison as one of the inventors of Australian rules football.
Tom Wilson Thomas Blanchard Wilson Jr. (March 25, 1931 â€“ September 6, 1978) was an American record producer best known for his work in the 1960s with Bob Dylan, Frank Zappa, Simon and Garfunkel and The Velvet Underground.
Tom Winsett John Thomas (Long Tom) Winsett (November 24, 1909 - July 20, 1987) was a left fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Boston Red Sox (1930-1931, 1933), St. Louis Cardinals (1935) and Brooklyn Dodgers (1936-1938).
Tom Wintringham Thomas Henry (Tom) Wintringham (1898-1949) was a British soldier, military historian, journalist, poet, Marxist, politician and author. He was an important figure in the formation of the British Home Guard during the World War II.
Tom Wisdom Tom Wisdom is a British actor of theatre, film and television. His film roles includes the downtrodden hero of Danny Patrick's Hey Mr DJ (2005) and Astinos in the upcoming 300 (2007), based on Frank Miller's graphic novel about the Battle of Thermopylae.
Tom Wolfe Dr. Thomas Kennerly "Tom" Wolfe (born March 2, 1931) in Richmond, Virginia is an American author and journalist, best known as one of the founders of the New Journalism movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
Tom Wright (rugby league footballer) Tom Wright (born in Sydney, New South Wales) was an Australian rugby league player for the North Sydney Bears in the New South Wales Rugby League premiership competition. Wright played for the Bears for only one season yet was awarded the head coaching role at the club during the season, a position he remained in for sometime after.
Tom Yawkey Thomas Austin Yawkey, born Thomas Austin (February 21 1903 - July 9 1976), was an American industrialist and Major League Baseball executive. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Yawkey became president of the Boston Red Sox in 1933, and was the sole owner of the team for 44 seasons, longer than anyone in baseball history.
Tom York Tom York (born 1925) is an American television personality, who worked for more than four decades for WBRC-TV in Birmingham, Alabama. While he served in several capacities with the station, he is best remembered for The Tom York Morning Show, which was the station's primary morning show for more than two decades.
Tom Zarek Tom Zarek is the name of a fictional character on the Sci Fi Channel series Battlestar Galactica. He is played by Richard Hatch, who had previously portrayed Captain Apollo the lead character of the original Battlestar Galactica series of the late 1970's.
Tom ZĂ© Tom ZĂ© (born AntĂ´nio JosĂ© Santana Martins, 1936 in Bahia, Brazil) is a Brazilian songwriter and composer. "Tom ZĂ©" is a faithful informalization of his given names, literally meaning "Tony Joe".
Tom Zbikowski Thomas Michael Zbikowski, better known as Tom Zbikowski, is an All-American defensive back, punt returner, and strong safety for the University of Notre Dame football team. He grew up in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and attended Buffalo Grove High School in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Tom's Food Market Tom's Food Market is a locally owned and operated chain of supermarkets in the Grand Traverse Region of Northern Michigan. The first market, Deering's Market, opened for business in 1946 at the corner of 11th and Maple Streets in Traverse City when Tom Deering (b.
Tom's Midnight Garden Tom's Midnight Garden is a children's novel by Philippa Pearce. It is generally regarded as a masterpiece of English children's literature, and won the prestigious Carnegie Medal in 1958, the year of its publication.
Tom's of Maine Tom's of Maine is a leading maker of natural personal care products, such as toothpaste, made without artificial or animal ingredients and without animal testing. Founded by Tom Chappell and Kate Chappell in 1970 with just US$5000, the company now has nearly 150 employees and 90 oral and body care products sold at more than 40,000 retail outlets worldwide.
Tom's Restaurant (Manhattan) Tom's Restaurant is a diner located at 2880 Broadway on the corner of that avenue and 112th Street in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of the Borough of Manhattan in New York City. Frequented primarily by students and faculty of nearby Columbia University, it has been owned and operated by the Greek Minasizoulis family since the 1950s.
Tom, Dick and Harry â€śTom, Dick and Harryâ€ť is a placeholder phrase referring to several randomly-selected people, not necessarily three and not necessarily all men. â€śEvery Tom, Dick and Harryâ€ť can refer to the general public.
Toma DundiÄ‡ Toma DundiÄ‡ (also known under his pseudonyms Ivan, Alejo, Aleksa, and, in literature, as Oleko or Red Dundich; April 13, 1896 or August 12, 1897â€”July 8, 1920) was a Croat communist politician, a prominent participant in Russia's October Revolution. A popular character in Russian literature (celebrated for his riding skills and courage), DundiÄ‡ was the only person from the former Yugoslavia to be honoured with the Order of the Red Banner.
Tomacco A tomacco is originally a fictional hybrid fruit that is half tomato and half tobacco, from the 1999 episode "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)" of The Simpsons; the method used to create the tomacco in the episode is fictional. The tomacco became real when it was allegedly produced in 2003.
Tomahawk (axe) A tomahawk is a type of axe native to North America, traditionally resembling a hatchet with a straight shaft. The name came into the English language in the 17th century as a transliteration of the Virginian Algonquian word.
Tomahawk (comics) Tomahawk is a comic book character whose adventures were published by DC Comics during the 1950's and 1960's in his own comics series. His uniqueness stems in part from the timeframe of his fictional adventures: the American Revolutionary War.
Tomahawk Buzzcut The "Tomahawk Buzzcut" is a shaving of the Atlanta Braves tomahawk logo and/or the word "Braves" into the hair of the back or side of a usually male head. It was an early 1990's fad of Atlanta Braves fans.
Tomahawk Conference, Ohio, 1958-1960 The Tomahawk Conference was a short-lived athletic confederation which existed in Portage County, Ohio, between 1958 and 1960. Information on the conference has been compiled from primary sources, the Akron Beacon Journal, and the Ravenna Evening Record (later the "Ravenna-Kent Record-Courier"), two Ohio newspapers both available on microfilm at the Kent State University library.
Tomales Bay State Park Tomales Bay State Park is a California state park in Marin County, California. It consists of approximately 2,000 acres (8 kmÂ˛) divided between two area, one on the west side of Tomales Bay and the other on the east side.
Tomalley Tomalley or lobster paste is the soft, green substance found in the body cavity of lobsters, that fulfils the functions of both the liver and the pancreas. It is considered a delicacy, and may be eaten alone but is often added to sauces for flavour.
TomaĹľ Humar TomaĹľ Humar (born February 18, 1969 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian mountaineer. He claims to have completed 1500 ascents, and has won a number of mountaineering and other awards, including the Piolet d'Or in 1996 and the Silver Order of Freedom of the Republic of Slovenia in 1999.
Tomandandy tomandandy is a musical group, founded in the late 80's in NYC by Thomas Hajdu and Andy Milburn, chiefly known for their work in film scores and television commercials. The firm redefined the way in which music for media was created by appropriating aesthetics of the avant guard, bringing them into pop culture.
Tomari-te Tomari-Te refers to a tradition of martial arts originating from the village of Tomari, Okinawa. Based on an underground empty-handed fighting style native to Okinawa, Tomari-Te arose largely through the influence of Chinese diplomats and other personages skilled in ch'uan fa, such as Wang Ji, Anan, and Ason, in the late 17th century.
Tomas Antonelius Tomas Antonelius, nĂ© Gustafsson, (born May 7, 1973 in Stockholm) is a Swedish ex-footballer, who became an economics student since his retirement. He began his footballing career playing as "Tomas Gustafsson" before changing his name in 2001.
Tomas Belsky TomĂˇs Belsky, painter, print maker, teacher, political activist and wordsmith, was born on July 4, 1938, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the seventh of nine children to Russian/Polish immigrant parents. "Mama said I was making pictures on the crib walls, so I've been at it awhile.
Tomas Brolin Tomas Brolin (born November 29, 1969 in Hudiksvall) is a former Swedish football player, a key member of the Swedish national team that finished third in the 1994 World Cup. He was also a member of the Swedish squad that competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Tomas Burgos TomĂˇs Burgos Sotomayor (Osorno, September 18, 1875 â€“ Valdivia, August 19, 1945) was a Chilean philanthropist, one of the strongest supporters of the "mutualist movement" and the founder of "Villa Lo Burgos", the present city of Purranque.
Tomas de Mercado TomĂˇs de Mercado was a Spanish scholar who wrote Manuel of Deals and Contracts in 1571. He stated that: "High prices ruined Spain as the prices attracted Asian commodities and the silver currency flowed out to pay for them.
Tomas Delininkaitis Tomas Delininkaitis (born June 11, 1982 in KlaipÄ—da, Lithuanian SSR, USSR) is a basketball shooting guard playing for Lietuvos Rytas. Member of Lithuania national basketball team for the Basketball World Championship 2006.
Tomas Fleischmann Tomas Fleischmann (born May 16, 1984 in Koprivnice, Czechoslovakia) is a professional ice hockey left wing who currently plays for the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League, the minor league affiliate of the Washington Capitals.
Tomas Haverlik Tomas Haverlik is a Slovak DJ and electronic music producer and one half of (now defunct) production duo known as Tkac & Haverlik (together with his production partner and fellow DJ Rastislav "Rasti" Tkac). He represents the ultimate Slovak progressive house and trance sound of the highest quality in the genre to date.
Tomas J. Padilla Tomas J. Padilla is an American Democratic Party politician, who has served on the Bergen County Board of Chosen Freeholders since 2002, when he was elected by the Bergen County Democratic Committee to fill the vacated seat of Fort Lee Mayor Jack Alter.
Tomas Kalnoky Tomas Kalnoky (born in Prague, Czech Republic) is the lead singer/guitarist and songwriter of the bands Streetlight Manifesto and Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution He also held this position in the famed 3rd-wave ska band Catch 22, but left the band after making only one album (their debut, entitled Keasbey Nights) to attend the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.
Tomas Kloucek Tomas Kloucek (born March 7, 1980, in Prague, Czechoslovakia) is a professional Czech ice hockey player with the Columbus Blue Jackets. He was drafted 131st overall by the New York Rangers in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft.
Tomas Kurka Tomas Kurka (born December 14, 1981 in Most, Czech Republic) is a Czech professional ice hockey forward. He was drafted by the Carolina Hurricanes as their second-round pick, #32 overall, in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft.
Tomas Plihal Tomas Plihal (born March 28, 1983 in Frydlant v Cechach, Czechoslovakia) is a professional ice hockey left wing who currently plays for the San Jose Sharks organization of the NHL. He was drafted in the 5th round, 140th overall by the San Jose Sharks in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.
Tomas Scheckter Tomas Scheckter (born September 21, 1980) is a South African racing driver, born in Monte Carlo, currently competing in the Indy Racing League and the A1 Grand Prix series. He is the son of 1979 Formula 1 World Champion Jody Scheckter.
Tomas Van Der Heijden Tomas Van Der Heijden was a Belgian aristocrat turned art thief, who stole 7000000 Swiss Francs in 1954, and is most notable for the theft of seven Pierre-Auguste Renoir paintings from the Louvre in Paris, France in 1961. Van Der Heijden used a winch system to place the paintings in a modified dune buggy, and escaped without being prosecuted.
Tomashpil Tomashpil (, literally "the city of St Thomas", , is a small Ukrainian town (settlement of urban type) in the eastern part of Podolian highlands, in Vinnytsia region of Central Ukraine. It has population of ca 6.
Tomasi Kulimoetoke II Tomasi Kulimoetoke II (born July 26, 1918) is the 50th and current King of Uvea, a traditional kingdom in the French territory of Wallis and Futuna. He became king on March 12, 1959 after a 6 month-rule by the Council of Ministers.
Tomasi Vuetilovoni Tomasi Vuetilovoni, commonly known as Tom Vuetilovoni, is a Fijian politician, who is the current Minister for Tourism and Transport, posts which he assumed following the parliametnary election held on 6-13 May 2006. Previously, he served as Minister for Commerce, Business Development, and Investment from July 2000, when he joined the interim government that was formed in the wake of the failed Fiji coup of 2000.
Tomasio Poggio Tomasio Poggio is Eugene McDermott Professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, both at MIT. He is also Co-Director of the Center for Biological and Computational Learning and was appointed Investigator immediately after the establishment of the McGovern Institute in 2000.
Tomaso Albinoni Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (June 8, 1671, Venice, Republic of Venice â€“ January 17, 1751, Venice, Republic of Venice) was a Venetian Baroque composer. While famous in his day as an opera composer, he is mainly remembered today for his instrumental music, some of which is regularly recorded.
Tomaso Antonio Vitali Tomaso Antonio Vitali (March 7 1663 in Bologna â€“May 9 1745 in Modena) was an Italian composer and violinist, son of Giovanni Battista Vitali. He is well-known for a chaconne in G minor for violin, which is really a musical hoax, a composition presumed to be by Ferdinand David.
Tomasso Napoli Tomasso Maria Napoli was an early 18th century Dominican order monk who published an architectural treatise on perspective. He twice visited Vienna, returning to Sicily with engravings of the Baroque building currently fashionable there.
Tomasz Arciszewski Tomasz Arciszewski (1877-1955) was a Polish socialist politician, a member of the Polish Socialist Party and the Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile in London from 1944 to 1947, presiding over the period when the government lost the recognition of the Western Powers.
Tomasz Ciesielski Tomasz Ciesielski (born on May 2 1979 in InowrocĹ‚aw) is a Polish footballer (defender paying currently for Unia Janikowo . He was also a player of Polonia Warszawa and won with this club in the season 1999/00 the Polish championship and Polish League Cup and in season 2000/01 Polish Cup and Polish Supercup.
Tomasz Frankowski Tomasz Frankowski, born August 16, 1974 in BiaĹ‚ystok, is a Polish footballer who currently plays for CD Tenerife and the Polish national team. The striker has appeared 18 times for the national team, scoring 10 goals.
Tomasz Garbowski Tomasz Garbowski (born January 07, 1979 in Kluczbork) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 7517 votes in 21 Opole district, candidating from Sojusz Lewicy Demokratycznej list.
Tomasz GĹ‚ogowski Tomasz GĹ‚ogowski (born December 30, 1974 in Tarnowskie GĂłry) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 6812 votes in 29 Gliwice district, candidating from Platforma Obywatelska list.
Tomasz MirosĹ‚aw DudziĹ„ski Tomasz MirosĹ‚aw DudziĹ„ski (born February 01, 1973 in Parczew) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 14892 votes in 7 CheĹ‚m district, candidating from Prawo i SprawiedliwoĹ›Ä‡ list.
Tomasz PacyĹ„ski Tomasz PacyĹ„ski (4 February 1958 in Warsaw â€“ 30 May 2005) was a Polish fantasy and science fiction writer. He was one of the creators and since 2004 the chief editor of Fahrenheit, the first Polish Internet science fiction fanzine.
Tomasz Piotr Nowak Tomasz Piotr Nowak (born December 22, 1956 in KwidzyĹ„) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 9559 votes in 37 Konin district, candidating from Platforma Obywatelska list.
Tomasz Strzembosz Tomasz Strzembosz (11 September 1930 - 16 October 2004) was a Polish historian specializing in history of Poland during Second World War, Harcmistrz. Brother of Adam Strzembosz, inhabitant of Warsaw, professor of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (from 1991) and Political Studies Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences.
Tomasz SzczypiĹ„ski Tomasz SzczypiĹ„ski (born September 22, 1953 in KrakĂłw) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 7399 votes in 13 KrakĂłw district, candidating from Platforma Obywatelska list.
Tomasz Tomczykiewicz Tomasz Tomczykiewicz (born March 02, 1961 in Pszczyna) is a Polish politician. He was elected to Sejm on September 25, 2005 getting 22221 votes in 27 Bielsko-BiaĹ‚a district, candidating from Platforma Obywatelska list.
Tomasz Wawrzecki Tomasz Wawrzecki (1753-1816) was a distinguished Polish politician and military commander, a general of the Polish Army. During the KoĹ›ciuszko's Uprising in Warsaw he succeeded Tadeusz KoĹ›ciuszko as the commander of the Polish forces.
Tomasz Winnicki Tomasz Winnicki (born November 17, 1975) is a white supremacist and anti-Semite based in London, Ontario. He was the subject of complaints before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal for his activities and is also facing criminal charges on weapons offences.
TomaszĂłw Mazowiecki TomaszĂłw Mazowiecki [toh-MAH-shoov mah-zoh-VYETZ-kee] is a town in central Poland with 67,159 inhabitants (2004). Situated in the ĹĂłdĹş Voivodeship (since 1999), it was previously part of PiotrkĂłw Trybunalski Voivodeship (1975-1998).
Tomata du Plenty Tomata du Plenty (1948 â€“ August 21, 2000) was the stage name of David Xavier Harrigan, the singer of the late 1970s synthpunk band, the Screamers. Previously he had been part of the drama troupes the Cockettes and Ze Whiz Kidz.
Tomateros de CuliacĂˇn The Tomateros de CuliacĂˇn (English: CuliacĂˇn Tomato Growers) are a baseball team in the Mexican Pacific League. Based in CuliacĂˇn, the Tomateros have won nine domestic titles and two Caribbean World Series, in 1996 and in 2002.
Tomatillo The tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa or Physalis philadelphica) is a small, spherical and green or green-purple fruit surrounded by a paper-like husk formed from the calyx. As the fruit matures, it fills the husk and can split it open by harvest.
Tomatina La Tomatina is a festival held on a Wednesday towards the end of August in the town of BuĂ±ol in the Valencia region in Spain. Tens of thousands of participants come from all over the world to fight in a harmless battle where more than one hundred metric tons of over-ripe tomatoes are thrown in the streets.
Tomato The tomato (Solanum lycopersicum, formerly Lycopersicon lycopersicum) is a plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family, native to Central, South, and southern North America from Mexico to Peru. It is a short-lived perennial plant, grown as an annual plant, typically growing to 1â€“3 m in height, with a weak, woody stem that usually scrambles over other plants.
Tomato (company) Tomato is an art design collective co-founded at the turn of the 90's by nine guys based in London, two of whom are Rick Smith and Karl Hyde of the electronic music group Underworld. Tomato's work includes television and print advertising, corporate identity, art installations, clothing, and of course, design for Underworld's various channels of output.
Tomato (mobile phone operator) Tomato is a Croatian mobile virtual network operator, owned by VIPnet. It was launched in June 2006 and advertized as a cheap network, coinciding with the deployment of the Tele2 network which had the same marketing strategy.
Tomato Adventure Tomato Adventure (ăăžăă‚˘ă‰ă™ăłăăŁăĽ) is an RPG meant for the young audience and cute-lovers, but it is suitable for everyone. It was developed by AlphaDream and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance on January 25, 2002 only in Japan.
Tomato Bank Tomato Bank (ĺ®ŹĺźşéŠ€čˇŚ) or more commonly known as TomatoBank, is a overseas Chinese bank in the United States. Headquartered in Alhambra, California, with branch offices in Cerritos, California, Diamond Bar, California, Industry, California, and West Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, this privately-held community bank was first established in September 29,2000.
Tomato Head Records Tomato Head Records was an independent record label started by Chuck Phelps after his split with the ska-punk band Skankin' Pickle and Dill Records. The label most notably released the debut EP of Tsunami Bomb, "The Invasion From Within" and The Wunder Years' "Function Over Fashion" (who went on to release records on Springman Records).
Tomato pie Tomato pie is a pizza-like food that is common in Italian-American populations, usually served at room temperature instead of hot. It is also known as "sheet pizza" since it is usually made from a pre-rolled rectangle of pizza dough placed in a tray before baking.
Tomato purĂ©e Tomato purĂ©e is a processed food product, usually consisting of only tomatoes, but can also be found in pre-seasoned form. It differs from tomato sauce or tomato paste in consistency and content; tomato puree generally lacks the additives common to a complete tomato sauce, and does not have the thickness of paste.
Tomato spotted wilt virus The Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) is a type species of the Tospovirus genus which is a member of the Bunyaviridae family. TSWV is a plant virus that has a broad host range and can infect over 600 different plant species from 70 different families.
TomĂˇh ErrĂˇzurih TomĂˇh ErrĂˇzurih (Random House Mondadori, Santiago, Chile, 1997) (ISBN 9-789562-580571) is a highly idiosyncratic, experimental Spanish language novel written by the American writer and filmmaker Gonzalo Lira.
TomĂˇĹˇ BaĹĄa TomĂˇĹˇ BaĹĄa (born April 3, 1876 in ZlĂn, Moravia - died July 12, 1932) was the founder of Bata Shoe Organization, one of the world's biggest multinational retailers, manufacturers and distributors of footwear and accessories.
TomĂˇĹˇ Bezdeda TomĂˇĹˇ Bezdeda (born December 2 1985 in Ĺ˝ilina, Slovakia) is a Slovak singer who rose to popularity after placing third in Slovensko HÄľadĂˇ SuperStar, the Slovak version of Pop Idol, shown by STV. He worked as a moderator of music program XXL in STV.