Thomas or Tom Terry may refer to:
Tomás Terry y Adán was a Cuban business magnate.
Thomas D. Terry, S.J. was appointed Santa Clara University's 25th president after the presidency of Patrick A. Donahoe
Tom Terry (Meteorologist) is an American television meteorologist and the Chief Meteorologist at WFTV in Orlando, Florida. Terry was born in Fresno, California but moved to the small town of Wellston, Oklahoma as a small child. His father was in the U.S. Navy and served aboard the USS Gridley (DLG-21), and later owned and operated Terry's Drug Center in Wellston as a Doctor of Pharmacy. Terry's mother taught high school history in nearby Luther, Oklahoma. Terry graduated at top of his small class in Wellston in 1987 and grew up watching TV weather anchors in OKC cover numerous bouts of severe weather, tornadoes, and winter storms. It was at that point where Terry was “hooked” on forecasting the weather and pursuing a career in front of the camera. He grew to prominence during his television coverage and forecasting of Hurricane Charley's path through Orlando in 2004. Terry publicly defied the National Hurricane Center forecast track which still took the center of the hurricane toward Tampa on August 13, 2004. Terry had correctly recognized and forecast the storm's track three hours before the NHC. It proved to be an active year for Hurricanes, as Hurricane Frances and Hurricane Jeanne passed through in the following weeks, giving Terry more time to further his skills at continuous hurricane coverage. Terry graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1991 with a degree in Meteorology and a minor in Communications. His first broadcasting job was at KGOU radio then moving to television with stints in at KRIS, in Corpus Christi and KBMT in Beaumont. In 1996, he became the AM/Noon Meteorologist at WCPX/WKMG in Orlando later moving to rival station, WFTV, in 2002. He became Chief Meteorologist in 2003. Terry holds the coveted "Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Seal of Approval" from the American Meteorological Society.
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Thomas Leo Clancy Jr. was an American novelist best known for his technically detailed espionage and military-science storylines set during and after the Cold War. Seventeen of his novels were bestsellers, and more than 100 million copies of his books are in print. His name was also used on movie scripts written by ghostwriters, nonfiction books on military subjects, and video games. He was a part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles and vice-chairman of their community activities and public affairs committees.
Tom Taylor was an English dramatist, critic, biographer, public servant, and editor of Punch magazine.
Terry-Thomas was an English comedian and character actor who became known to a worldwide audience through his films during the 1950s and 1960s. He often portrayed disreputable members of the upper classes, especially cads, toffs and bounders, using his distinctive voice; his costume and props tended to include a monocle, waistcoat and cigarette holder. His striking dress sense was set off by a 1⁄3-inch (8.5 mm) gap between his two upper front teeth.
Thomas Ethelbert Skilling, III, known on-air as Tom Skilling, is a meteorologist in Chicago, Illinois. He is chief meteorologist for the weekday 5, 6, 9 and 10 p.m. newscasts on WGN-TV.
The Big Read was a survey on books carried out by the BBC in the United Kingdom in 2003, where over three quarters of a million votes were received from the British public to find the nation's best-loved novel of all time. The year-long survey was the biggest single test of public reading taste to date, and culminated with several programmes hosted by celebrities, advocating their favourite books.
Tom Brown's School Days is an 1857 novel by Thomas Hughes. The story is set in the 1830s at Rugby School, a public school for boys. Hughes attended Rugby School from 1834 to 1842.
A comic novel is a novel-length work of humorous fiction. Many well-known authors have written comic novels, including P. G. Wodehouse, Henry Fielding, Mark Twain, and John Kennedy Toole.
Thomas or Tom Wills may refer to the following people:
Stephen Thomas Erlewine is an American music critic and senior editor for the online music database AllMusic. He is the author of many artist biographies and record reviews for AllMusic, as well as a freelance writer, occasionally contributing liner notes.
The St. Thomas City Council is the governing body of the city of St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. It is made up of a mayor and seven aldermen who are elected on an "at-large" basis. Elections for the city council are held every four years.
Thomas Stevens or Thomas Stephens may refer to:
Thomas Terry "Tom" Connally was an American politician, who represented Texas in both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, as a member of the Democratic Party. He served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1917 to 1929, and in the U.S. Senate from 1929 to 1953.
Thomas Barker may refer to:
Thomas Lichtenberg was an American football player and coach. He served as the head football coach also at Morehead State University (1979–1980), the University of Maine (1989), and Ohio University (1990–1994), compiling a career college football coaching record of 26–59–3. He was also an assistant coach at Ohio State University and the University of Notre Dame.
The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones is a 1976 British comedy film directed by Cliff Owen and starring Nicky Henson, Trevor Howard and Terry-Thomas. It is an adaptation of the eighteenth century novel Tom Jones by Henry Fielding, which follows the main character in a new series of misadventures.
The Western Australian Open, also known as the WA Open, is a golf tournament on the PGA Tour of Australasia. It is also a Golf Australia men's ranking event.
KAOK is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States, the station serves the Lake Charles area. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Media and features programming from ABC Radio and Premiere Radio Networks. Its studios are located on Broad Street in downtown Lake Charles and its transmitter is at the intersection of Fruge Street and I-210.