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  • Thomas Nash, communications coordinator for the International Network of Explosive Weapons, said, "What this Network is saying is that governments have a responsibility to measure the impact of what they are doing and to make a serious genuine evaluation before they undertake a strike about whether this is going to be unacceptable in terms of civilian damage."

    Group Aims to Curb Use of Explosive Weapons

  • "It was totally unacceptable when cluster bombs were promoted at DSEi in 2009, but it's frankly baffling that the DSEi can have made the same mistake two years later," said Thomas Nash, Director of UK campaign group Article 36.

    UK arms fair under scrutiny over 'cluster munitions' stall

  • Debenhams has a successful own brand portfolio of approximately 55 labels such as Debut, Maine New England, Red Herring and Thomas Nash and including 25 designers at Debenhams brands.

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  • Debenham's has a successful own brand portfolio of approximately 55 labels such as Debut, Maine New England, Red Herring and Thomas Nash and including 25 Designers at Debenhams brands.

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  • In the 1580's Machia - vellism was so much acknowledged as a recognizable, distinct attitude that the term Machiavellist appeared in print (1581 in France in Nicolas Froumenteau's Fi - nances; 1589 in England in a treatise by Thomas Nash).

    MACHIAVELLISM

  • Footnote 102: Thomas Nash, _Pierce Pennilesse_, in _Works_, ed. Grosart, vol. ii.

    English Travellers of the Renaissance

  • Thomas Nash for a building to accommodate 350 inmates; the contract for the building was obtained, and carried out by Mr. Gray, of Litlington, and a loan of L7,700 was obtained from the Loan Commissioners.

    Fragments of Two Centuries Glimpses of Country Life when George III. was King

  • I may take the liberty of adding here a mention of Skelton which escaped notice, and which is from one of the tracts against Thomas Nash, produced by Gabriel Harvey, the friend of Spenser.

    Notes and Queries, Number 02, November 10, 1849

  • _Thomas Nash_ was also a Gentleman born, and bred up in the University of _Cambridge_; a man of a quick apprehension and Satyrick Pen: One of his first Books he wrote was entituled _Pierce Penniless his

    The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687)

  • She left one Child only, a Daughter, who was marry'd first to _Thomas Nash_, Esq; and afterwards to Sir _John Bernard_ of _Abbington_, but dy'd likewise without Issue.

    Some Account of the Life of Mr. William Shakespear (1709)

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    August 4, 2010