Tom Thumb


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a very small person

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But they were not so very, very naughty after all, because Tom Thumb paid for everything he broke.
The same connection even makes him a cousin of circus dwarf General Tom Thumb.
Tom Thumb is one of the most popular as it is a compact, bushy plant that is just 30cm tall.
It was there that she met Charles Stratton, a little person known to the world as "Tom Thumb".
Meanwhile, on a lighter note: "In July, 1857, the celebrated American General Tom Thumb visited Cardiff.
The Algonquin-based school district acquired the Tom Thumb Community Child Care Center at 116 Carpenter Blvd.
TREAT the kids to a magical retelling of the classic children's tale of overcoming the odds as Lyngo Theatre present 'Tom Thumb' in Pontio's intimate studio space on Saturday 27 January.
Albertsons Companies operates stores across 35 US states and the District of Columbia under 20 banners including Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Shaw's, Acme, Tom Thumb, Randalls, United Supermarkets, Pavilions, Star Market, Haggen and Carrs.
New Tom Thumb Will Highlight Downtown Dallas Complex
O YOU know the story about The Real Tom Thumb? DThe ECHO was delighted to hear from Tommy Allen, who has recently published a local history book online entitled Liverpool: 1840-49, A Decade of Change and Challenge, Triumph and Tragedy, which is available via Amazon.
It is anchored by Tom Thumb Grocery, which occupies 41% of the property with lease expiring in August 2017.
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As of June 20, the company operated 2,205 stores across 33 states under 18 banners, including Albertsons, Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Shaw's, Acme, Tom Thumb, Randalls, United Supermarkets, Pavilions, Star Market and Carrs.
THE REAL TOM THUMB: HISTORY'S SMALLEST SUPERSTAR (BBC4, Tuesday, 9pm) HE may have only been 31-inches tall, but Charles Stratton was a showbiz giant - in fact, he could make a claim to being the first ever global celebrity.