Tom Paine


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Noun1.Tom Paine - American Revolutionary leader and pamphleteer (born in England) who supported the American colonist's fight for independence and supported the French Revolution (1737-1809)Tom Paine - American Revolutionary leader and pamphleteer (born in England) who supported the American colonist's fight for independence and supported the French Revolution (1737-1809)
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Jesus would absorb the race; but Tom Paine or the coarsest blasphemer helps humanity by resisting this exuberance of power.
Tom Paine, of Loves Saves The Day, added: "We're really excited to have secured Fatboy Slim in our first year of It's A Love Thing, and to bring the Arcadia Afterburner stage to Wales for the first ever time.
The latest investors include Raffaelle Russo, director of Loc8Me, Dave Harvey and Tom Paine, co-founders of Team-Love, and the co-founders of Thor Companies Tom said: "The student property market is ripe for disruption.
Piercing the Horizon: The Story of Visionary NASA Chief Tom Paine
Lyndon Johnson and Bill Clinton ("Left") do not owe much to Tom Paine any more than Milton Friedman and Eric Cantor ("Right") echo Burke.
Campbell was playing with Dave Brooks and Tom Paine during the course's regular Tuesday league play, a team scramble format involving 66 players.
Bentley 9, Assumption 3: Tom Paine and Matt Murphy (RBI) each had two hits, but the host Greyhounds (9-30, 5-18 NE-10) fell to the Falcons (10-23, 8-13) in their season finale.
Fans have even spotted one of his compositions, Here's To Tom Paine, in a live Bruce Springsteen set.
The contrast Levin sets forth between Edmund Burke, the greatest philosophical champion of the circumstantial, and Tom Paine, the most gifted exponent of simple and abstract philosophy, is in itself nothing new.
Philadelphia newcomer Tom Paine drew up a short work in favour of independence entitled Common Sense (1776).
From Locke to Tocqueville and Constant, from Erasmus to Comte to Rousseau, from Tom Paine and Kant to the authors of the famous Declaration of the Rights of Man--these are only a few who agreed that the rights of man include that of "not being molested on account of his opinions, not even on account of his religious opinions" (Article 10).
Now, I won't mention those Scousers Who went Tory, They can belong to you now But we've got William Ewart Gladstone, Jeremiah Horrocks and Joseph Williamson, James Larkin and Beryl Bainbridge and Annie Clough We've even got Red Rum And he's a horse And even he's better than any of yours Except for Tom Paine, But he's a rebel So really one of ours So I reckon we win, Don't you?