Thomas Zacharias may refer to:
Thomas Zacharias was a professional baseball umpire.
Thomas Michael Zacharias is a German high jumper. He competed in the 1968 Olympics and finished in 14th place with a jump of 2.09 m. He set five national records. His personal best is 2.22 m.
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Frank Edward Thomas Jr., nicknamed "The Big Hurt", is an American former first baseman and designated hitter in Major League Baseball who played for three American League (AL) teams from 1990 to 2008, all but the last three years with the Chicago White Sox. A five-time All-Star, he is the only player in major league history to have seven consecutive seasons (1991–97) with at least a .300 batting average, 100 runs batted in (RBI), 100 runs scored, 100 walks, and 20 home runs. Thomas also won the AL batting title in 1997 with a .347 mark.
Events in the year 1957 in the Republic of India.
Helmut Zacharias was a German violinist and composer who created over 400 works and sold 14 million records. He also appeared in a number of films, usually playing musicians.
Zacharias Janssen was a Dutch spectacle-maker from Middelburg associated with the invention of the first optical telescope. Janssen is sometimes also credited for inventing the first truly compound microscope. However, the origin of the microscope, just like the origin of the telescope, is a matter of debate.
Paul Zacharia, popularly known by his pen name, Zacharia, is an Indian writer of Malayalam literature. Known for his body of literary works composed of short stories, novellas, travelogues, screenplays, essays, columns and children’s books, Zacharia is a distinguished fellow of Kerala Sahitya Akademi. He is also a recipient of the Kendra Sahitya Akademi Award and the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Story.
Ravi Zacharias is an Indian-born Canadian-American Christian apologist. A defender of evangelical Protestantism, Zacharias is the author of numerous Christian books, including the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association's Gold Medallion Book Award winner Can Man Live Without God? in the category "theology and doctrine" and Christian bestsellers Light in the Shadow of Jihad and The Grand Weaver. Zacharias is the founder and chairman of the board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) and host of the radio programs Let My People Think and Just Thinking.
Pope Zacharias of Alexandria, was the 64th Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.
The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology is a German institute for evolutionary biology. It is located in Plön, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Zechariah or its many variant forms and spellings may refer to:
The surname Zacharias, and various related forms, are derived from the Hebrew given name Zechariah People with this surname or its variants include:
Zechariah, also transliterated as Zachariah and Zacharias, is a theophoric masculine given name of Hebrew origin, meaning "Yahweh remembers." It comes from the Hebrew word zakhar, meaning to remember, and yah, one of the names of the Jewish God. Though Zechariah is the original transliteration of the name and used in the English translation of the Book of Zechariah, Zachariah, spelled with the letter A instead of the letter E, is more popular, with a common diminutive being Zach. Due to its religious significance, variants of the name exist in numerous languages.
Zacharias of Mytilene, also known as Zacharias Scholasticus or Zacharias Rhetor, was a bishop and ecclesiastical historian.
Summer and Smoke is a 1961 American drama film directed by Peter Glenville, and starring Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, with Rita Moreno, Una Merkel, John McIntire, Thomas Gomez, Pamela Tiffin, Malcolm Atterbury, Lee Patrick, and Earl Holliman. Based on the Tennessee Williams play of the same name, it was adapted by James Poe and Meade Roberts. The story follows a young reserved girl who meets a doctor who lives on the wild side. They become friends, but the beliefs they hold create difficulties for the relationship.
The Færøe was a frigate constructed in the Netherlands in 1653 as the Agathe and purchased and renamed by the Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy in 1666. Although the vessel was named for Norway's Faeroe Islands, it is often erroneously "translated" as Pharaoh.
Zachariayude Garbhinikal is a Malayalam–language comedy-drama film written and directed by Aneesh Anwar. The film narrates the incidents in the life of a gynaecologist and five women who come into his life. Lal appears as the gynaecologist while Rima Kallingal, Sanusha, Geetha, Asha Sarath, and Sandra Thomas play the roles of five pregnant women. Sandra Thomas also produced the film along with her father Thomas Joseph Pattathanam under the banner of Friday Cinema House. The film started production in May 2013 from Kochi, Kerala.
Zacharia Pothen Jeevichirippundu is a 2017 Malayalam language crime thriller film produced by Rajesh Perumbalam. The film stars Manoj K Jayan and Poonam Bajwa in the lead roles along with Babu Antony and Lal. The films is directed by Ullas Unnikrishnan. The music is composed by Dhibu Ninan Thomas. The screenplay is based on a story written by Manoj Nair.
Zacharias of Jerusalem was the Patriarch of Jerusalem of the Church of Jerusalem from 609 to 632. Patr. Zacharias spent most of his patriarchate as a prisoner of the Persian King Chozroes. He is commemorated by the Church on February 21.