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  • He hastily thrust aside the curtain dividing his own little dressing space from that of the manager and proprietor, who now appeared as the individual called Tom King as far down as his waist, and as the aforesaid respectable manager thence to his toes.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

  • Tom King, former secretary of state, said: "Belfast was the perfect place to be while Margaret Thatcher was a prime minister."

    Scottish independence is a win-win situation | Simon Hoggart

  • During those early days, I urged him to read "Den of Thieves," by James B. Stewart, and "The Operator," by Tom King.

    We're Not on the Same Page, but That's OK

  • While a specific instance didn't drive the U.S. cuts, a favorable rate decision for its upstate New York operations would have resulted in a plan with a "significantly smaller impact" than what was released Monday, said Tom King , president of National Grid's U.S. division.

    National Grid to Cut 1,200 U.S. Jobs

  • The ad, which was produced by Murphy Putnam in conjunction with longtime media consultant Tom King, will be running statewide on New Hampshire's WMUR as well as in the Boston media market.

    Wal-Mart Moms and the Midterms

  • And yet Tom King was not a criminal, nor had he ever done anything criminal.

    Knowing the Game and Playing It : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • At left, third-generation Starn worker Tom King, 19, at the plant.

    'Tool City USA' Diversifies -- But Not Too Much

  • In that role, which involved aligning capital-markets origination and banking coverage, he reported to Tom King, head of banking for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Citigroup in London.

    Citigroup's Berman Resigns

  • A proposal by Britain's Defense Secretary Tom King, endorsed last week by Parliament would cut the Army 25 percent by 1996.

    A Real Beefeater

  • And her old identity might have simply slipped away, had it not been for an L.A. detective named Tom King.

    A Bloody 'Army' On Trial

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