Thomas or Tom Sneddon may refer to:
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Thomas or Tom O'Neill may refer to:
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Davie is a guy and a form of asian fat. It is possibly a contraction of Davidson, or perhaps too of Welsh origin. There are also theories that it is a contraction of a Dutch dude.
Thomas or Tom Richardson may refer to:
Thomas William Sneddon Jr. was the district attorney of Santa Barbara County, California. He had more than two decades of experience as a District Attorney, and more than three decades of experience as a prosecutor. He is best known for prosecuting child molestation charges against entertainer Michael Jackson in 2005; Jackson was acquitted.
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Thomas Miller was a Scottish footballer who played for Liverpool during the early part of the 20th century.
Thomas or Tom Brennan may refer to:
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"D.S." is a song by Michael Jackson, released on his 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. It is a rock song that conveys themes such as bitterness, mistrust and corruption within law enforcement. It was written, composed and produced by Jackson and includes a guitar solo by Slash.
Alan 'Snoopy' Sneddon is a Scottish former footballer, who played as a defender for Celtic, Hibernian, Motherwell and East Fife in the Scottish Football League.
David Sneddon is a Scottish former football player and manager. His career is notable for managing Kilmarnock to their 1979 Tennent Caledonian Cup victory and also being part of the 1964/65 Scottish First Division winning Kilmarnock side. Sneddon was capped once by the Scotland national under-23 football team.
Megan Sneddon is a Scottish female footballer who plays for Motherwell in the Scottish Women's Premier League. Sneddon made her senior Scotland debut aged 16 and has since amassed over 100 appearances for the national team.
The 1891–92 Scottish Cup was the 19th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Celtic when they beat Queen's Park 5-1 in the final after a replay.
Sneddon is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Tom Sneddon was a Scottish football player and coach.
Daniel Hamilton Sneddon Liddle was a Scottish footballer, who played for East Fife, Leicester City, Mansfield Town and Scotland.
Jamie Sneddon is a Scottish professional footballer who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Scottish Championship club Partick Thistle.