Thomas Young


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British physicist and Egyptologist

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Wasps eventually secured the win with ten minutes remaining, when they drove flanker Thomas Young over for a converted try from a closerange lineout.
Anderson & Garland auctioneer Fred Wyrley-Birch said: "John Thomas Young Gilroy found fame designing some of the most iconic Guinness advertising pictures of the 20th century.
Second-row Craig Locke had another stormer while Thomas Young crowned a classy display with a memorable try.
He added: "But the late try from Thomas Young was a remarkable effort - and it rewarded the loyal fans who made the long trip to Richmond.
GUILTY From left, David Thomas Young, Robert Campbell and Anthony Hearne
REPS: Darran Harris, Thomas Davies, Dan Suter, Thomas Young, Dan Crimmins, Joshua Davies, Jordan Williams, Dominic Franchi.
Thomas Young put his disappointment of last night's S7 100m backstroke behind him to clinch gold in the SB7 100m breaststroke - two years after being disqualified after touching first at the last European Championships.
Attending the bride as her matron of honor was her sister, Holly Thomas Young.
There were a total of 12 medals won by the team, with Thomas Young claiming the first of the day with gold in the men's S8 400metres freestyle in four minutes 36.
Eleni Papadopoulos took S10 100m butterfly silver in her first major international competition, Thomas Young and Sean Fraser were second and third behind Russia's Konstantin Lisenkov in the men's S8 100m backstroke, and Matt Whorwood won men's S6 400m freestyle bronze.
Joseph Plumb Martin, civilian Robert Morris, Southern aristocrat-turned-reluctant-rebel Henry Laurens, itinerant revolutionary Thomas Young and female political correspondent Mercy Otis Warren.
This new addition to the 'Wonders of the World' series looks at the Rosetta stone as 'an icon of Egyptology' since its discovery by the French in 1799 gave birth to the academic study of ancient Egypt, led by Thomas Young in England and Jean-Francois Champollion in France.
Thomas Young, 72, appeared at Dumfries sheriff court by video link.
To get such high readings would take pure perchlorate on the soil or, perhaps, concentrated perchlorate recently released into the creek from uphill, said Thomas Young, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at University of California, Davis.
Instructors for the class, which has a tuition of $725, are Thomas Young, a lecturer with the University of Birmingham in England, and Michael Lewis.