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Thomas Franklin Schneider American architect

Thomas Franklin Schneider was an American architect who designed about 2,000 houses in the capital city area. Other important buildings of his included the Cairo Apartment Building.

Thomas Schneider (footballer) retired German footballer

Thomas Schneider is a German professional football manager and former defender, who is assistant manager to Joachim Löw for the German national team. Schneider had previously been manager of Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart.

Thomas Schneider is a German Egyptologist.

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