Thomas More

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Noun1.Thomas More - English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheadedThomas More - English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state
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One of the most attractive and finest spirits of the reign of Henry VIII was Sir Thomas More.
Thomas More Catholic Newman Center, where Coleman attended services for nearly 50 years.
Sir Thomas More (7 February 1478-6 July 1535), is today venerated by Catholics as Saint Thomas More.
Joseph Swan Academy hosted the year eight local round with teams from Joseph Swan, Heworth, St Thomas More and Thomas Hepburn taking part.
TALENTED volleyball player Millie Wootton has collected the Sean Morley Sporting Excellence Award, which is given at St Thomas More RC School in memory of a former pupil who was tragically killed two years ago.
One part a close reading of Thomas More in the Wolf Hall novel and one part a "close listening" of Simon Slater's performance as More for the Wolf Hall audio book, this article examines how each medium handles several important scenes featuring the once-Lord Chancellor of England.
THOMAS MORE MARRIED TWICE and both of his wives were short in stature.
And it proved to be a hat trick performance for the winning school, St Thomas More, in Blaydon, which took the Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year trophy for the third year in a row, at the ceremony held at the Alan Shearer Centre.
While the explicit argument of Artistic Links remains confined to Shakespeare's development as an artist, some implicit questions surround its presentation of his encounter with Thomas More.
Molnar's otherwise acute observation is flawed in one crucial detail: it is not Thomas More who speaks with "significantly dangerous naivete," but rather Raphael Hythlo-daeus, who is a character in More's libellus uere aureus--his "truly golden little book"--entitled Utopia.
This multidisciplinary reader on the trial of Thomas More provides students and researchers with a comprehensive discussion of trial procedures, documents, and other associated papers by legal experts and historians of the Tudor era.