Thomas Jackson


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Noun1.Thomas Jackson - general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)Thomas Jackson - general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)
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But such illusions were usually dissipated, on coming out of church, by hearing his voice in jocund colloquy with some of the Melthams or Greens, or, perhaps, the Murrays themselves; probably laughing at his own sermon, and hoping that he had given the rascally people something to think about; perchance, exulting in the thought that old Betty Holmes would now lay aside the sinful indulgence of her pipe, which had been her daily solace for upwards of thirty years: that George Higgins would be frightened out of his Sabbath evening walks, and Thomas Jackson would be sorely troubled in his conscience, and shaken in his sure and certain hope of a joyful resurrection at the last day.
George Cater drilled the ball across and Liam Kirton's shot was superbly saved by Thomas Jackson, but the keeper saw the ball ricochet off Rian McLean into his own goal.
(Alliance News) - Unite Group PLC is to appoint Thomas Jackson as a non-executive director, it said Wednesday, following a major acquisition announced earlier in the day.
Matthew Jackson, six and Thomas Jackson, nine, tuck in
Jackson's obduracy in the face of enemy attack with the words: "Look at Jackson standing there like a stonewall." From then on Thomas Jackson became known as Stonewall, and some 150 years later every single Match of the Day will have one penalty incident which, whether awarded or not, will be "stonewall".
"Thomas Jackson Miller collided with unmarked snowmaking equipment while skiing at the Mount Sunapee Resort in 2015 in Sunapee, New Hampshire.
Robert Sifile, 22, of no fixed address, and Thomas Jackson, 21, of Chaundlers Croft in Crondall, admitted carrying out the armed robbery at the Nisa Local store, in Linkway, Church Crookham, on November 28 last year.
Thomas Jackson and wife Fiona said they were shocked when one of their pedigree Aberdeen Angus was diagnosed with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy.
Professor and filmmaker Thomas Jackson discusses the influence of WWII-era documentaries on the larger world of film.
Narrative of the Eventful Life of Thomas Jackson: Militiaman and Coldstream Sergeant, 1803-15

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