Butler, Thomas

Butler, Thomas:

see Ossory, Thomas Butler, earl ofOssory, Thomas Butler, earl of
, 1634–80, Irish nobleman; son of James Butler, 12th earl and 1st duke of Ormonde. Created earl of Ossory in 1662, he was made (1665) lieutenant general in Ireland and often acted as deputy lord lieutenant there for his father.
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SUTTON UNITED: Butler, Thomas, Beckwith, Bolarinwa, Collins, John, Davis, Taylor (Downer, 87), Cadogan (Egan, 74), Lafayette, Dundas.
Back, from left: Mark Boothroyd, Michael Carson, Richard Boustead, Terry Lyons, Anthony Butler, Thomas Muff, |Danny Philliskirk, teacher Scott Barlow and, front: Ben Gaston, James Hamlet, Cameron Jerome (captain), Jamie Jobarteh, Michael McCabe, Liam Madigan Royds Hall Under 16 soccer team.
Although the terms used in school-based research vary, with researchers sometimes using terms like engagement or connectedness, evidence is accumulating to indicate that children's subjective experience of school matters, with important relations to academic (Reyes, Brackett, Rivers, White, & Salovey, 2012), mental health (Bond, Butler, Thomas, Carlin, Glover, Bowes, & Patton, 2007) and health (Carter, McGee, Taylor, & Williams, 2007) outcomes for children and adolescents.
In a frank exchange with Butler, Thomas said, 'Mike knows we went to Steve Lewis.
If Wilson's story boasts its share of heroes (they include so diverse a group as Prince Albert, Lord Shaftesbury, Benjamin Disraeli, Josephine Butler, Thomas Hardy, Cardinal Manning, and Charles Stewart Parnell), it includes a yet larger number of villains (or at least villainous doctrines).
ON SHOW: Unity's show flat in Chapel Street which attracted the attention of royal butler, Thomas Welsh (pictured above)
Natalie Zemon Davis, Norbert Elias, Carlo Ginzburg, Judith Butler, Thomas Laqueur, Joan Scott, and Clifford Geertz, among others, serve as the signposts by which Roper situates her work.