Thomas Gray

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Noun1.Thomas Gray - English poet best known for his elegy written in a country churchyard (1716-1771)Thomas Gray - English poet best known for his elegy written in a country churchyard (1716-1771)
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= slightly misquoted from Thomas Gray, "Elegy in a Country Churchyard" verse 13}
1716: Thomas Gray, poet best known for his Elegy Written In A Country Churchyard, was born in London.
BTA selected two students, Thomas Gray, 15, and Harvey Witter, 16, from the Royal Latin School to attend the politically charged event.
Thomas Gray, director of science for Wildlife Alliance, told The Post on Sunday that an investigation by the Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT), after pictures of the products were posted on Facebook by smugglers trying to sell them to locals through the social media platform, led to the operation.
The speaker of Thomas Gray's "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College" intends to write the history of his adult suffering, but his return to Eton reveals that the origin of such suffering is embedded within his past rather than being the product of maturity, thus upsetting a linear formation of his story:
Thomas Gray, MandS International's regional sales director for home and clothing, said he learned that the digestive biscuits are the store's most popular product in Manila from conversations with the local MandS sales team.
Arbuthnot.o She explores ideological pressures that altered lyric voice and style in James Thomson, Thomas Gray, William Collins, and Winchilsea; how rhetorical, chiastic practices of early novels allow contact between real and fictional worlds; and the interrelationship between lyric and novel in works by Henry Fielding, Tobias George Smollett, Richardson, Frances Brooke, Charlotte Smith, and others, to show how lyric marked the boundaries that related interior experience to communal life and how novelists created fictions of consciousness to focus readers' movements from the world of reading to the worlds of novels.
I read Thomas Gray's letter on voting systems with interest (PE October).
"The discoveries of the species affirm the Greater Mekong as one of the world's richest and most biodiverse regions," said Thomas Gray, manager of WWF-Greater Mekong's Species Programme.
This comment, as Lady Diana astutely pointed out to Jacqueline McDonnell [Waugh on Women (1985), 184], indicates that the literary source for Arthur's painting is Thomas Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (1751).
Kirkburton club members Joseph Abbott and Thomas Gray watched by instructor, Colin Hanson (right) and black belt members Chris Gillings (left) and Kirstie Hanson