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James Thomson (Scottish International Footballer)
... Thomson was a Scottish footballer who played in the first ever international match, Scotland v England (1872), for Scotland ... Thomson won a total of three caps for Scotland ...
Arthur Deane Nesbitt - Early Life
... born in Westmount, Quebec, the son of the very successful stockbroker and co-founder of Nesbitt, Thomson and Company, Arthur James Nesbitt ... in 1954, he became head of the brokerage firm and took over the presidency of the Nesbitt Thomson holding company, Power Corporation of Canada ... Under his guidance, Nesbitt Thomson expanded across Canada, and into the United States and Europe ...
Adam Thomson (Australian Rules Footballer) - Career
... A promising young midfielder, Thomson was taken by Port Adelaide with the 11th selection in the 2004 AFL National Draft ... In 2006, Thomson played the first three games of the season, but was dropped after the team's listless performance against Fremantle in round 3, although he did manage his first AFL goal ... young players, Port Adelaide finally selected Thomson in its team against then bottom-side Essendon in round 9 ...
Thomson, Victoria
... Thomson is a small residential suburb of Geelong, Victoria, Australia ... Thomson is triangular in shape and is bounded in the west by Breakwater Road, Carr Street and St Albans Road, in the north by Lomond Terrace, Godfrey and Ensby Streets, and in ... Thomson was named after the early settler and the first mayor of Geelong Dr ...
Bindibu Expedition
... field trips mounted by anthropologist Donald Thomson to meet with and learn from Pintupi Indigenous Australians between 1957 and 1965 ... Thomson travelled to the Great Sandy Desert and Gibson Desert – the Western Desert – one of the most inhospitable parts of the country, to meet with these people still ... For many, Thomson was the first white man they had ever seen ...

Famous quotes containing the word thomson:

    See, Winter comes, to rule the varied year,
    Sullen, and sad, with all his rising train;
    Vapours, and clouds, and storms. Be these my theme,
    These, that exalt the soul to solemn thought,
    And heavenly musing. Welcome, kindred glooms!
    Congenial horrors, hail!
    —James Thomson (1700–1748)

    And all sad scenes and thoughts and feelings vanish
    In that sweet sleep no power can ever banish,
    That one best sleep which never wakes again.
    —James Thomson (1834–1882)

    The City is of Night; perchance of Death,
    But certainly of Night; for never there
    Can come the lucid morning’s fragrant breath
    After the dewy dawning’s cold grey air;
    —James Thomson (1834–1882)