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Thomas Tate is an American former boxer. In his professional career he twice fought for world titles at middleweight, losing to Julian Jackson and Roy Jones, Jr. respectively. He later twice challenged Sven Ottke unsuccessfully for the super middleweight title. While training to fight Joe Calzaghe, Tate suffered a back injury and retired from the sport with a record of 41–7.
Thomas Turner Tate (1807–1888) was an English mathematical and scientific educator and writer. Largely self-taught, he has been described as "a remarkable pioneer of science and mathematics teaching".
Thomas Tate is an American football coach. He was the head football coach ta McNeese State University from 2000 to 2006. He compiled a record of 49–26 led the McNeese State Cowboys to three consecutive Southland Conference titles, from 2001 to 2003. Tate was given the Eddie Robinson Award in 2002 as the coach of the year in NCAA Division I-AA, when he guided the Cowboys to a 13–2 record and an appearance in the CAA Division I-AA Football Championship, where his team finished as runners-up. Tate was fired in the middle of the 2006 season after the Cowboys started 1–3. He was replaced by Matt Viator, who coached McNeese to a 6–2 record the rest of the way and earned the school another Southland Conference title.
Tom Tobin (1823–1904) was an American adventurer, tracker, trapper, mountain man, guide, US Army scout, and occasional bounty hunter. Tobin explored much of southern Colorado, including the Pueblo area. He associated with men such as Kit Carson, "Uncle Dick" Wootton, Ceran St. Vrain, Charley Bent, John C. Fremont, "Wild Bill" Hickok, William F. Cody, and the Shoup brothers. Tobin was one of only two men to escape alive from the siege of Turley's Mill during the Taos Revolt. In later years he was sent by the Army to track down and kill the notorious Felipe Espinosa and his brother; Tobin returned to Ft. Garland with their heads in a sack.
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John Tate is an American mathematician.
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Andrew Maynard is an American former boxer, who won the Light Heavyweight Gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
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