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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There will also be artists working at the back of Griff and Coton Sports Club - the alley next to St Thomas Moore School.
Dan Joyce, Intermediate boys' 800m - St Thomas Moore, Blaydon/Tynedale Harriers.
Martyn was born in Wolverhampton and grew up in Wednesfield where he attended St Patrick's Primary and later St Thomas Moore Catholic School in Willenhall.
class="MsoNormalSpeaking at St Thomas Moore, Kairuri Catholic Parish in Embu County, the DP said there were concerns that the coffee farmers incurred huge expenses through crop husbandry, and thus there was a need to assist them.
The DP spoke on Sunday at St Thomas Moore Kairuri Catholic Church and Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK), Kianjokoma Parish, in Embu County.
Eight-year-old, Matilda, who attends St Thomas Moore Primary School, has featured in the 'Stars of Steelhouse Lane' campaign as part of the PS3.65 million Star Appeal that is raising money for the pioneering rare diseases centre.
This is the sixth year the event, funded by Wallsend Extended Services, has been held with pupils from Burnside Community Enterprise College, Churchill Community College, St Thomas Moore High School and Hadrian Park and Stephenson Memorial Primary Schools.
COSTUME: St Thomas Moore School pupils, above, and MTH Performing Arts FUN: Dance Factory North East, above.
The under-12s competition was also won by Lytham and they travel south as do St Thomas Moore HS, Crewe, who were the best-placed Cheshire school in the finals.
Wales also have another representative in the Champion Schools finals when the girls of Tonypandy Community College, also in Year Seven, play St Thomas Moore School, London, at Cardiff's Leckwith Stadium on Friday.