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Jeremy Gordon Thompson is an English journalist and former news presenter for Sky News, the 24-hour UK television news service operated by Sky UK. He was based at Sky News Centre in west London. He started out as a journalist on the Cambridge Evening News in 1967.
Thomson Joseph Skinner was an American politician from Williamstown, Massachusetts. In addition to service as a militia officer during the American Revolution, he served as a county judge and sheriff, member of both houses of the Massachusetts legislature, U.S. Marshal, and member of the United States House of Representatives.
Thomson Junction is a railway marshalling yard about four miles northwest of Hwange , in the Zimbabwe coal fields area. Thomson Junction is named after A. R. Thomson Esq., General Manager of Wankie Colliery for many years.
Community Unit School District 308 is a public school district located in Oswego, Kendall County, Illinois. The Superintendent of Schools is John Sparlin.
John Devereaux Thompson, R.N., M.S. was a nurse and professor at the Yale School of Public Health who co-invented the diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) that provided a basis for changing the system for hospital payment. The Yale School of Public Health currently awards an annual health management and policy research grant to top Graduate students in Public Health under the name, and recognition of, John D. Thompson.
The kimono (lit., "thing to wear" – from the verb ki (着), "to wear (on the shoulders)" and the noun mono (物), "thing") is a traditional Japanese garment, and the national dress of Japan. It is a T-shaped, wrapped-front garment and is worn left over right (unless the wearer is deceased).
Count Uchida Kōsai was a statesman, diplomat and interim prime minister, active in Meiji, Taishō and Shōwa period Japan. He was also known as Uchida Yasuya.
Uchida-ryū Tanjōjutsu , also known as Sutekki-Jutsu, is a Japanese martial arts school of tanjojutsu, originally devised by Shinto Muso-ryu practicitioner Uchida Ryogoro (1837-1921) as a way to utilize the western-style walking stick into a weapon of self-defence. The tanjo is not to be confused with the pre-meji era short stick hanbō.