TOM


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TOMThomas
TOMTomorrow
TOMTheory of Mind
TOMThe Omega Man (movie)
TOMTune-O-Matic (guitar bridge)
TOMThink Of Me
TOMTerritoires d'Outre Mer (French: Overseas Territory)
TOMTime On the Market
TOMTechnical Operations Manager (BBC)
TOMTop of the Mind (advertising)
TOMTome of Magic (gaming, Dungeons and Dragons)
TOMTime Of Month
TOMTask Order Manager
TOMTarget Operating Model
TOMTerrestrial Organic Matter
TOMTime of Menstruation
TOMAtlantic Tomcod
TOMTyped Object Model
TOMTigers of Memphis (University of Memphis mascot)
TOMTask Order Management
TOMTricare Operations Manual (military healthcare)
TOMTherapy Outcome Measure (efficacy indicator)
TOMTechnical Operations Manual (various organizations)
TOMThe Other Moderator
TOMTake-Off Mass
TOMTranslocase of Outer Membrane
TOMTarget Object Map
TOMTask Oriented Menu (Raptor Design Studio)
TOMTask Oriented Management
TOMTotally Obedient Moron (computer)
TOMTransactional Object Model
TOMTunneling of Messages (GPRS)
TOMTerminal Output Message
TOMTotal Outgassing Measurement
TOMTechnology Obsolescence Management
TOMTelcom Operations Map (Telemanagement Forum)
TOMThru-Open-Match
TOMThe Old Masters (record restoration)
TOMTour of Missouri (road bicycle racing)
TOMTechnology & Operations Management (various schools)
References in classic literature ?
But I can say that Tom had no sooner finished speaking, than she pricked up her ears, and started forward at a speed which made the clay-coloured gig rattle until you would have supposed every one of the red spokes were going to fly out on the turf of Marlborough Downs; and even Tom, whip as he was, couldn't stop or check her pace, until she drew up of her own accord, before a roadside inn on the right-hand side of the way, about half a quarter of a mile from the end of the Downs.
Marking these little evidences with the eye of an experienced traveller, Tom dismounted with as much agility as his half-frozen limbs would permit, and entered the house.
She dared not tell the sad truth at once, but she walked after Tom in trembling silence as he went out, thinking how she could tell him the news so as to soften at once his sorrow and his anger; for Maggie dreaded Tom's anger of all things; it was quite a different anger from her own.
Two half-crowns and a sixpence," said Tom, promptly.
There was something so very agreeable in being so intimate with such a waistcoat; in being called Tom, in such an intimate way, by such a voice; in being on such off-hand terms so soon, with such a pair of whiskers; that Tom was uncommonly pleased with himself.
First person singular, I do not care; second person singular, thou dost not care; third person singular, she does not care,' returned Tom.
When Tom had had enough, he would slip out and tie knots in Chamber's shirt, dip the knots in the water and make them hard to undo, then dress himself and sit by and laugh while the naked shiverer tugged at the stubborn knots with his teeth.
Tom couldn't dive, for it gave him splitting headaches.
And though Tom still spent many an hour with him, as he sat on a bench in the sunshine, or by the chimney corner when it was cold, he soon had to seek elsewhere for his regular companions.
And Tom laughed, as he recalled the frolic he had been on the night before.
Besides Tom and his father, the Swift household was made up of Eradicate Sampson, a colored man-of-all-work, who, with his mule Boomerang, did what he could to keep the grounds around the house in order.
Then they sat together, with a slate before them, and Tom gave Becky the pencil and held her hand in his, guiding it, and so created another surprising house.