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 T. WATSON - LoveToKnow Article on T. WATSON
Watson now found that he possessed no influence with the minister, and that he had destroyed his chance of the great object of his ambition, promotion to a better diocese.
Watson continued to exert his pen with vigour, and in general to good purpose, denouncing the slave trade, advocating the union with Ireland, and offering financial suggestions to Pitt, who seems to have frequently consulted him.
WATSON - LoveToKnow Article on T. schoolmaster, sent him to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was elected a fellow in 1760.
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 Thomas Watson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Watson (bishop), the Bishop of Lincoln from 1557-1560.
Thomas Watson (inventor), assistant to Alexander Graham Bell, notably in the invention of the telephone
Thomas Watson (hiker), one of only a few men to have hiked the Appalachian Trail, from Maine to Georgia, in a single trip.
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 Tom Watson (golfer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Sturges Watson (born September 4, 1949 in Kansas City, Missouri) is a golfer on the Champions Tour, who still occasionally competes in PGA TOUR events.
Watson was one of two players to play with Jack Nicklaus in the final two rounds of golf in Nicklaus' career; the other was Luke Donald.
Watson began his golf career in 1971, the same year he graduated from Stanford University with a degree in psychology.
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 Thomas Watson (bishop) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Watson was a Roman Catholic Bishop and is a historical figure prominant among some Roman Catholics for his descriptions of the Protestant Reformation.
When Watson was born, near Durham in 1515, Thomas Cardinal Wolsey was Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor and the Pope's Legate, governing both State and Church at a time when England was arguably the most Catholic country in Christendom.
Watson's papal bull of appointment (the last ever for a Bishop of Lincoln) was issued on 24 March 1557.
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 Thomas Watson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas J. Watson, Jr, son of founder and another CEO of IBM.
Thomas Watson (bishop), the Bishop of Lincoln from 1557-1560.
Thomas Watson (hiker), one of only a few men to have hiked the Appalachian Trail, from Maine to Georgia, in a single trip.
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 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Thomas E. Watson (1856-1922)
Thomas E. Watson is perhaps best known to Georgians today by his imposing statue near the steps of the Georgia capitol.
During the trial of Leo Frank in 1913, Watson's strong attacks on Frank and on the pervasive influence of Jews in the state heavily influenced sentiment against Frank, who was lynched by a mob in 1915.
Watson appealed to Georgians as a defender of the old way of life when he was first elected to the state legislature, representing McDuffie County, in 1882.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Thomas J Watson
Watson, Thomas John (1874-1956), American industrialist, born in Campbell, New York, and educated at the Elmira School of Commerce.
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Watson, Tom (1949- ), American golfer, the top player on the Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) tour in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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 Essay: Thomas S. Watson, Sr.--Business Partner of Andrew Jackson
Thomas Tennessee Watson was nine years old in 1815 when his father died at Camp Carter in Albermarle County, Virginia, during the War of 1812.
Thomas S. Watson, Sr., founded the Red River Forge in Montgomery County around 1816 or 1817, which included the dam and facilities that were later known as Peacher's Mill.
Thomas S. Watson, Sr., and Peter Moseley returned to the Nashville area before 1830, settling near the confluence of Drakes Creek and the Cumberland River, at the point where Davidson, Sumner, and Wilson Counties meet.
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 Thomas Edward WATSON/Rosey Voncile BRANCH
Born: 24 JUN 1913 at: Married: at: Died: 25 JUL 1969 at: Father: William Jefferson WATSON Mother: Florence Adella HOLLOWAY Other Spouses:
Genealogy is hard enough without adding this bad practice into it.
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 Thomas J. Watson, Jr. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(14 January 1914 – 31 December 1993), eldest son of Thomas J. Watson, the founder of IBM, dealt in his youth with the incredible pressure of being raised under the popularity and dominance of his father.
Watson, Thomas J. Jr., with Petre, Peter (1990).
That same year, because of this success, Dwight D. Eisenhower at the New York World's Fair awarded Thomas J. Watson Jr.
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 Thomas J. Watson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thomas Watson, pictured in 1917, is considered the founder of IBM.
Their conviction was unpopular with the public, due to the efforts of Patterson and Watson to help those affected by the 1913 Dayton, Ohio floods, but efforts to have them pardoned by President Woodrow Wilson were unsuccessful.
Although Watson is well known for his alleged 1943 statement: "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers," there is no evidence he ever made it.
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 Thomas J. Watson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A month before his death, Watson handed over the reins of the company to his older son, Thomas J. Watson, Jr.
Thomas Watson, pictured in 1917, is considered the founder of IBM.
The Maverick and His Machine: Thomas Watson, Sr.
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 MSN Encarta - Search View - Tom Watson
Thomas Sturges Watson was born in Kansas City, Missouri.
Watson continued to rank among the world's top golfers during the first half of the 1980s, winning three PGA tournaments each in 1981 and 1982, British Open titles in 1982 and 1984, and his sixth Player of the Year Award in 1984.
He is a six-time winner of the PGA Player of the Year Award (1977-1980, 1982, and 1984), a five-time British Open champion (1975, 1977, 1980, 1982, and 1983), and a three-time winner of the Vardon Trophy for the lowest scoring average on the PGA tour (1977-1979).
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Watson Ken
Watson, James Dewey (1928-), American molecular biologist, who with Francis Crick elucidated the structure of the nucleic acid, deoxyribonucleic...
Watson, Ken (1904- ), Canadian curler, widely regarded as the champion in the world of curling, and believed to be the inventor of the long-sliding...
Watson, Tom (1949-), American golfer, the best in the world in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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 AugustaGolf.com: chronicle recaps: 1977
Watson had the game's most feared player, ``Golden Bear'' Jack Nicklaus, crawling up his back but he didn't flinch.
Watson's best shot of the day was a four-iron to within 10 feet of the pin on the 450-yard fifth, which set up the first of four straight birdies.
Meanwhile, Watson was concerned with a fly resting on his ball, which was on the fringe, 30 feet from the hole.
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 Watson, Thomas (d. 1686)
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This document is from the Christian Classics Ethereal Library at
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 Thomas J. Watson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A month before his death, Watson handed over the reins of the company to his older son, Thomas J. Watson, Jr.
The Maverick and His Machine: Thomas Watson, Sr.
Watson served as a trustee of Columbia University and Lafayette College.
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 Amazon.com -zShops: I Love Lucy: The Classic Moments [Hardcover] by Watson, Thomas; Watson, Tom
Amazon.com -zShops: I Love Lucy: The Classic Moments [Hardcover] by Watson, Thomas; Watson, Tom
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 WATSON, Thomas Edward - Biographical Information
“Tom Watson, Populists, and Blacks Reconsidered.” Journal of Negro History 55 (April 1970): 99-116; Woodward, C. Vann.
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 All Things for Good: by Watson, Thomas - Mustard Seed Christian Bookstore
All Things for Good: by Watson, Thomas - Mustard Seed Christian Bookstore
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 IBM Research
Our Worldwide Labs : Almaden, Austin, China, Haifa, India, Tokyo, Watson, Zurich
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 Watson, Thomas John, Jr. on Encyclopedia.com
The son of Thomas John Watson, Sr., the founder of the International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), he joined the family business following his graduation from Brown Univ. in 1937.
Magazines and Newspapers for: Watson, Thomas John, Jr.
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 Watson, Thomas John on Encyclopedia.com
Publication: Canadian Business; Author: Kirby, Jason Verburg, Peter Gray, John Watson, Thomas ; Source: MAGAZINES
Publication: Canadian Business; Author: Gray, John Watson, Thomas Seccombe, Will Wahl, Andrew Et al ; Source: MAGAZINES
Publication: Canadian Business; Author: Watson, Thomas ; Source: MAGAZINES
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 TIME 100: Thomas Watson, Jr.
As the eldest son of the president of International Business Machines, Thomas Watson Jr.
His success in promoting the use of flight simulators earned him a job as aide and pilot for Major General Follett Bradley, the Army Air Forces' inspector general.
Even so, Watson filled his entire sales quota for 1940 on the first day of that year — but only because the company had thrown the boss's son a big account to make him look good.
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 Watson,Thomas_E.
Ann Eliza Maddox Watson, wife of John Smith Watson.
Watson No (1) Chapter XXXIV." 7 T.E.W., ca.
Some of these documents have no apparent connection to Watson and were probably prepared by him for clients.
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 Encyclopedia: Thomas E. Watson
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Watson rejoined the Democratic Party and in 1920 was elected to the Senate.
Thomas Edward Watson (Biographical Directory of the US Congress)
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 Watson, Thomas Edward. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
In the course of his career he published Tom Watson’s Magazine, Watson’s Jeffersonian Magazine, the Weekly Jeffersonian, the Sentinel, and numerous books, including biographies of Thomas Jefferson (1903) and Andrew Jackson (1912).
Watson launched virulent attacks on Roman Catholics, blacks, Jews, and Socialists, and was prosecuted for The Roman Catholic Hierarchy (1910), a diatribe against Catholics.
He was elected to the Senate as a Democrat in 1920 and served until his death.
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