Tom Thumb

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a very small person

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When he tries to recruit the man whom he would christen Tom Thumb, Barnum tells him, "They're laughing anyway.
He renamed it Barnum's American Museum and word spread about exhibits, to include General Tom Thumb.
But the author adds: "The public and the press might, though, have been a little deceived by Tom Thumb, through Barnum's management of his sensation.
The closings of the Albertsons and Tom Thumb stores have done little to reduce the competitive pressure on grocery retailers in the market.
Nearly a century ago, when the city of Harrisburg wanted to build a public library, supporters of the effort put on a fundraiser called "The Tom Thumb Wedding of 1915.
service management Summer Time (7:30 to 13:00) in collaboration with the municipal staff, July 1 to 15 of each school year for all sections of the Nest Tom Thumb.
On Saturday, May 11, Lyngo return with the classic story Tom Thumb that will be brought to life in a magical one-man show.
Weaving fact with fiction, Sullivan takes her inspiration from the real Tom Thumb who toured Australia in 1870.
The person she has saved is no baby however, it is General Tom Thumb - part of a troupe of "little people" touring Australia.
Staff there named him Tom Thumb after the pint-sized fairytale character.
Little person Charles (Charley) Stratton of Bridgeport, Connecticut, is "transformed" into Tom Thumb, entertainer extraordinaire and protege of the famous showman P.
TINY pup Tom Thumb could take the record for the world's smallest dog, his owners believe.
Grocers like Tom Thumb, Minyard, Kroger and Albertsons are adapting their strategies to better compete with Wal-Mart in the Dallas-Fort Worth (D-FW) region, reports The Dallas Morning News.
The woman was married to Tom Thumb for 10 years and they had two children together