TOMC

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TOMCTrain of Many Colors (New York Transit Museum)
TOMCTotal Organisation Management Consulting (Malaysia)
TOMCTransportation Occupational Medicine Consultants, Inc. (Jacksonville, FL)
TOMCTransactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (journal)
TOMCTracker One-Man Control
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Screenplay, Sandra Tomc. Camera (color), Kamal Derkaoui; editors, Bethany Handfield, Jason Margolis; music, Ferocious Fish, Frank DeCarlo, Rodney Sharman; production designer, Lawrence Pevec; costume designer, Patricia Hargreaves; sound, Ted Nazar; second unit director, Brian Sword; casting, Lindsay Walker.
Though director Roger Evan Larry and scenarist Sandra Tomc handle the gender-bending with more delicacy than sensationalism, pic could have explored protag's psychology in greater depth.
Kilcup, "'Ourself Behind Ourself, Concealed--': The Homoerotics of Reading in The Scarlet Letter," ESQ--A Journal of the American Renaissance 42 (1996), 1-28; Sandra Tomc, "'The Sanctity of the Priesthood': Hawthorne's 'Custom-House'," ESQ--A Journal of the American Renaissance 39 (1993), 161-84; and Eric Savoy, "'Filial Duty': Reading the Patriarchal Body in 'The Custom-House'," Studies in the Novel 25 (1993), 397-417.
(18) I am once again indebted to Sandra Tomc, this time her discussion of Nathaniel Parker Willis's cultivation of an antebellum authorial "ethic of idleness." See Tomc, "An Idle Industry: Nathaniel Parker Willis and the Workings of Literary Leisure," American Quarterly 49 (1997), 780-805.
The two chapters by Mastnak and Tomc describe Slovenia's social changes in the 1980s.
Sandra Tomc argues that the author satirizes not only "the persistence of a puritan strain in modern American culture but a tradition of American studies that celebrates Puritan intransigence as quintessentially representative of the American spirit" (80).
It is true that the colonization of Offred's body can be linked with the colonization of her voice--even in the end another has imperial control of it, has taken it out of its pure oral form and published it in "his" symbols, as both Arnold Davidson (113-121) and Sandra Tomc (82) note.
Sandra Tomc writes on Granada TV's Prime Suspect (1991).
However, Sandra Tomc asserts that it is the "political space" (131) which Mary Godwin Shelley inhabits that is crucial.
Others, like Patricia Badir and gandra Tomc, argue that, contrary to the implication of several documents released by our granting council, the humanities have had a profound impact on civil society in the last couple of decades.
SANDRA TOMC is an Associate Professor of English at the University of British Columbia.