Thomas Reynold may refer to:
Thomas Reynolds was an English bishop and academic. He was the Warden of Merton College, Oxford from 1545 and was created Bishop of Hereford by Mary I.
Thomas Reynold, of Leominster, Herefordshire, was an English politician.
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John Reynolds may refer to:
Reynold is an English masculine given name derived from an Old High German personal name made up of the elements "ragin" and "wald". It is a cognate of Rögnvaldr. The Normans brought the name to England. Related names include: "Reginald" (English), "Reinaldo", "Reinhold" (German), "Reino" (Finnish), "Reynol", "Reinout" (Dutch), "Renaud" (French), "Reynaldo" (Spanish), and "Reynaud" (French). Reynold is a much less common surname than its derivative Reynolds; people with the surname "Reynold" include:
Thomas Hedley Reynolds was an American historian and university professor who served as the fifth President of Bates College from March 1967 to November 1989.
The Academy of Achievement, officially known as the American Academy of Achievement, was founded in 1961 by Sports Illustrated and LIFE magazine photographer Brian Reynolds to bring together accomplished people from diverse fields in order to network and to encourage the next generation of young leaders.
Reynold Alleyne Nicholson, or R. A. Nicholson, was an eminent English orientalist, scholar of both Islamic literature and Islamic mysticism and widely regarded as one of the greatest Rumi scholars and translators in the English language.
Reynolds is a surname in the English language. Among the earliest recorded use of the surname is from the early 14th century; Walter Reynolds of Worcester, England.
Lady from Louisiana is a 1941 American Western film starring John Wayne and Ona Munson. It was produced and directed by Bernard Vorhaus for Republic Pictures.
Grand Manner refers to an idealized aesthetic style derived from classical art, and the modern "classic art" of the High Renaissance. In the eighteenth century, British artists and connoisseurs used the term to describe paintings that incorporated visual metaphors in order to suggest noble qualities. It was Sir Joshua Reynolds who gave currency to the term through his Discourses on Art, a series of lectures presented at the Royal Academy from 1769 to 1790, in which he contended that painters should perceive their subjects through generalization and idealization, rather than by the careful copy of nature. Reynolds never actually uses the phrase, referring instead to the "great style" or "grand style", in reference to history painting:
Dane Reynolds is an American professional surfer from Ventura, California. He is known for his "go for broke" style of surfing that includes many experimental and aerial maneuvers.
Reynolds may refer to:
Reynold's News was a Sunday newspaper in the United Kingdom.
Eric Reynolds is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter. Reynolds is most known for his stint in Bellator Fighting Championships, fighting in its lightweight division.
Wick House is a house in Richmond, Greater London, located near the corner of Nightingale Lane and Richmond Hill in Surrey. The painter Sir Joshua Reynolds commissioned the house from Sir William Chambers and it was completed in 1772.
Fred Reynolds is a retired American professional basketball player.
Mercenaries is a 2014 action film starring Kristanna Loken, Brigitte Nielsen, Vivica A. Fox, Cynthia Rothrock, Zoë Bell, and Nicole Bilderback. In the tradition of The Asylum's film catalog, Mercenaries is a mockbuster of The Expendables 3. The film was directed by Christopher Ray, the son of Fred Olen Ray.
Verne L. Reynolds was an American socialist activist. Reynolds was a multi-time candidate for national office with the Socialist Labor Party of America.
Moogerah is a locality in the Scenic Rim Region, Queensland, Australia.
In June 1945 Chicago businessman Milton Reynolds was in Buenos Aires, Argentina when he came across the first commercialized ballpoint, the Biro pen.