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  • proper n. A surname.


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From a medieval diminutive form of the given name Thomas.


  • He recalled Tomkin's sadness over Justine's relationships; how he had ached for her when she had been used by Chris; the final anger that had both saved her and caused her to turn away from him.

    The Miko

  • 'Tomkin's insistence on Misawa stemmed from the same source that caused Sato to resist giving it to you.

    The Miko

  • Tomkin Gulf Attacks that started the Vietnam war never occurred and that truth is out.

    Think Progress » Pentagon Shooter Was Right-Wing, Anti-Government Terrorist

  • Tomkin pipes up: "I have a friend whose boyfriend took her to a golf camp in the Catskills after they'd been dating awhile."

    Young Fogies

  • Is the path to 9-11 going to include the false flags attacks perpetrated by our government over the past 200 years including the USS Maine and the Gulf of Tomkin.

    Think Progress » New ABC Docudrama Blames Clinton For 9/11, Praises Bush

  • There was mainly the “gang” i.e. Tomkin, Perri, Davo and Ross, but then there were also a few random guys like Dave who kept attacking me with his dreadlocks and some nameless people scattered through the bar.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • He was standing between Tomkin and me when it started [I was sitting on one of those high seats] and we all put our arms around each other to sing along.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • And there sits uncle Chubb or Tomkin, as the case might be, the publican of the Crown and Anchor, in shirtsleeves, eating rumpsteak and onions.


  • 'What about the Sphynx computer chip kobunl That is our first full joint venture with Tomkin.

    The White Ninja

  • But I will insist that all Tomkin personnel be immediately excluded from any and all involvement in Tenchi.

    The White Ninja


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