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  • she said from Concord, Mass., referring to Thomson's home run.

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  • The patented design was licensed to Stellar brands, a unit of Portugal-based Silampos SA, and the first products, called Eazistore, were introduced in March in the U.K. Mr. Thomson's firm is negotiating with housewares brands in North America and Asia to distribute the pans in those regions.

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  • I fear the tone here is less serious than it was for Steve Rose and David Thomson's Mulholland Drive love-in …

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  • MONDAY | In Keith Thomson's thriller Twice a Spy, one of the heroes is coping with early-onset Alzheimer's disease.

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  • And here, with his mind glowing with the fine Descriptions of rural scenery which he found in Thomson's Seasons, he again retraced the very fields where first he began to think.

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  • For a discussion of the relationship between Bloomfield's and Thomson's poems, see John Strachan,

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  • [3] Lines 361 – 363 of Thomson's, The Castle of Indolence.

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  • Overall, the performers and orchestras performing Thomson's works could count on having him in their corner.

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  • In "George Szell: A Life of Music," Michael Charry tells how the razor-tongued conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, whose taste ran to the 18th- and 19th-century classics, decided one season to program Mr. Thomson's "Louisiana Story."

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  • While Mr. Thomson's own music was admired—his "Four Saints in Three Acts" 1934 is one of the most important American operas of the 20th century—it wasn't popular.

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