Thomas Seltzer is the name of:
Thomas Seltzer was a Russian-American translator, editor and book publisher.
Thomas Seltzer, better known by his stage name Happy-Tom, is the bassist and main songwriter in the band Turbonegro, famous for wearing feminine makeup and a sailor's uniform. He has also gone under the names Tom of Norway and Bongo.
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Club soda is a manufactured form of unflavored carbonated water, commonly used as a drink mixer. Potassium bicarbonate and/or potassium sulfate and/or sodium citrate are artificially added to replicate constituents commonly found in natural mineral waters.
Alka-Seltzer is an effervescent antacid and pain reliever first marketed by the Dr. Miles Medicine Company of Elkhart, Indiana, United States. Alka-Seltzer contains three active ingredients: aspirin (ASA), sodium bicarbonate, and anhydrous citric acid. The aspirin is a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory, the sodium bicarbonate is an antacid, and the citric acid reacts with the sodium bicarbonate and water to form effervescence.
Rune Rebellion is the stage name of Rune Grønn, a guitarist from Verdal, Norway. He is most famous of being the rhythm guitarist of the Norwegian band Turbonegro, which he quit on 26 October 2007, and played his last show in Folken in Stavanger the day after. However, he returned in 2011. He, Pål Bøttger Kjærnes and Thomas Seltzer formed Turbonegro late in 1988.
Ergatocracy is a type of government dominated by the labour and solidarities similar to communist beliefs. It refers to a society ruled by the working class. The term was coined by Eden and Cedar Paul in their book Creative Revolution: A Study of Communist Ergatocracy.
Wendy Seltzer is an American attorney and a staff member at the World Wide Web Consortium. She was previously with Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy. Seltzer is also a Fellow with Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, where she founded and leads the Lumen clearinghouse, which is aimed at helping Internet users to understand their rights in response to cease-and-desist threats related to intellectual property and other legal demands.
David Seltzer is an American screenwriter, producer and director, perhaps best known for writing the screenplays for The Omen (1976) and Bird on a Wire (1990). As writer-director, Seltzer's credits include the 1986 teen tragi-comedy Lucas starring Corey Haim, Charlie Sheen and Winona Ryder, the 1988 comedy Punchline starring Sally Field and Tom Hanks, and 1992's Shining Through starring Melanie Griffith and Michael Douglas.
The Ladybird is a long tale or novella by D. H. Lawrence.
Turboloid is an EP by Norwegian band Turbonegro. It was released on 12" Vinyl in 1990 on bassist Thomas Seltzer's Straitjacket Records. Only 1,000 copies were pressed.
The Cleveland Press was a daily American newspaper published in Cleveland, Ohio from November 2, 1878, through June 17, 1982. From 1928 to 1966, the paper's editor was Louis B. Seltzer.
Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer are an American-Canadian film director and screenwriter team known for making parody movies that have received extremely unfavorable reviews, but have generally done well at the box office. They have written/directed films such as Spy Hard, Date Movie, Disaster Movie and Vampires Suck.
Bromo-Seltzer, was a brand of antacid to relieve pain occurring together with heartburn, upset stomach, or acid indigestion. First produced by inventor Isaac E. Emerson's drug company of Baltimore, Maryland, in 1888, Bromo-Seltzer was sold in the United States in the form of effervescent granules which must be mixed with water before ingestion.
Emerson Tower often referenced as Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower or the Bromo Tower is a 15-story, landmark 88 m (289 ft) clock tower erected in 1907-1911 at 21 South Eutaw Street, at the northeast corner of Eutaw and West Lombard Streets in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. It was the tallest building in the city from 1911 to 1923, until supplanted by the Citizens National Bank building [later First National Bank of Maryland, then occupied by MECU - Municipal Employees Credit Union] at the southeast corner of Light and Redwood (German) Streets. It was designed by well-known local architect Joseph Evans Sperry (1854-1930) for Bromo-Seltzer inventor "Captain" Isaac E. Emerson (1859-1931).
Nathalia Clara Ruth Crane was a poet and novelist who became famous as a child prodigy after the publication of her first book of poetry, The Janitor's Boy, written at age 10 and published two years later. Her poetry was first published in The New York Sun when she was only 9 years old, the paper unaware that she was a child. She was elected into the British Society of Authors, Playwrights, and Composers in 1925, written up in The American Mercury and later became a professor of English at San Diego State University.
H. Jack Seltzer was a Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and owner of Seltzer's Lebanon Bologna Company. Seltzer was first elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1957. He was the first Speaker of the Pennsylvania House from Lebanon County. He died on February 28, 2011 at the age of 88.
Literary forgery is writing, such as a manuscript or a literary work, which is either deliberately misattributed to a historical or invented author, or is a purported memoir or other presumably nonfictional writing deceptively presented as true when, in fact, it presents untrue or imaginary information.
Bennie Seltzer is an American college basketball coach currently an assistant to Ernie Kent with the Washington State Cougars. Seltzer is the former head coach of the Samford Bulldogs, a position to which he was hired on April 5, 2012. Previously, he was hired in April 2008 by new Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean, who brought him and fellow assistant Tim Buckley over from his staff at Marquette. Following his dismissal from Samford, Seltzer was hired by Crean to be Indiana's Director of Player Performance.
Seltzer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Louis Benson Seltzer was an American journalist who was editor-in-chief of the Cleveland Press, a now-defunct daily newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1928 until his retirement in 1966. As editor of the Press, Seltzer became one of the most powerful and most well-known citizens of Cleveland, earning the nickname "Mr. Cleveland". Under Seltzer's leadership, the Press gained the largest circulation of any newspaper in Ohio and cultivated a reputation as a "fighting paper" that "fought like hell for the people".