TOM


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AcronymDefinition
TOMThomas
TOMTomorrow
TOMTheory of Mind
TOMTokyo Otaku Mode (Tokyo, Japan)
TOMThomson Airways (various locations)
TOMThe Old Masters (record restoration)
TOMTheory of Machines (course)
TOMTour of Missouri (road bicycle racing)
TOMThe Omega Man (movie)
TOMTune-O-Matic (guitar bridge)
TOMThink Of Me
TOMTerritoires d'Outre Mer (French: Overseas Territory)
TOMTechnology & Operations Management (various schools)
TOMThunder over Michigan (air show)
TOMThe Outdoor Museum
TOMTime On the Market
TOMText Object Model
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)
TOMTechnical Operations Manual (various organizations)
TOMTherapy Outcome Measure (efficacy indicator)
TOMTask Ownership Matrix (clinical trials)
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
References in classic literature ?
'The widow looked much amazed, but she sat down, and Tom sat down too, close beside her.
'"My dear ma'am," said Tom Smart--he had always a great notion of committing the amiable--"my dear ma'am, you deserve a very excellent husband--you do indeed."
"How stodgy they look, Tom! Is it marls (marbles) or cobnuts?" Maggie's heart sank a little, because Tom always said it was "no good" playing with her at those games, she played so badly.
"Oh, I can't guess, Tom," said Maggie, impatiently.
First person singular, I do not care; second person singular, thou dost not care; third person singular, she does not care,' returned Tom.
Tom had by this time got both his legs on the sofa.
"You boys never teased me as Tom did, that 's the reason it amused me, I suppose; novelty hath charms, you know."
"Grandma used to lecture Tom for plaguing you, Polly, and he used to say he 'd be a tip-top boy, but he was n't," observed Maud, with a venerable air.
The second act of Tom's life may now be said to have begun.
This history must henceforth accommodate itself to the change which Roxana has consummated, and call the real heir "Chambers" and the usurping little slave, "Thomas `a Becket"--shortening this latter name to "Tom," for daily use, as the people about him did.
Then the person at the other end of the wire must have plunged into something very interesting and absorbing, for Tom did not again interrupt by interjected remarks.
The tick escaped from Tom, presently, and crossed the equator.