Julien Benneteau, Kei Nishikori, Sergiy Stakhovsky, Federico Delbonis, Daniel Brands, and tommy Robredo are happy, too.
She beat out popular former governor tommy Thompson for the seat of retiring Democratic Sen. Herb Kohl.
The case is the subject of a popular documentary produced in 2005 entitled a/k/a tommy Chong.
Colin Farrell and Johnny Knoxville and tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, and then Paris Hilton came out with one.
Three hours after the mass, tommy lost his struggle and died.
tommy, boy, fetch out the loaf and the cheese and the teapot.
It was the child, little tommy, of whom O'Shane was so fond, and who was so fond of him.
She was nobody in the pompous new household but Master tommy's nurse.
And tommy's white's a sheet—for fear he'll disappoint them, you know.
It was because I was thinking of him so little that I hadn't noticed where tommy's arm had got by this time.
"British soldier," 1884, from Thomas Atkins, since 1815 the sample name for filling in army forms. Tommy gun (1929) is short for Thompson gun (see Thompson). Soon extended to other types of sub-machine gun, especially those favored by the mob.
late 14c., "a musical sound, a succession of musical notes," unexplained variant of tone. Meaning "state of being in proper pitch" is from mid-15c.
"bring into a state of proper pitch," c.1500, from tune (n.). Non-musical meaning "to adjust an organ or receiver" is recorded from 1887. Verbal phrase tune in in reference to radio (later also TV) is recorded from 1913; figurative sense of "become aware" is recorded from 1926. Tune out "to eliminate radio reception" is recorded from 1908; figurative sense of "disregard, stop heeding" is from 1928. Related: Tuned; tuning.
every tom* dick* and harry
Stupid; foolish; nutty: some tomfool scientist
[1762+; found by 1356 as the actual name of a man, also called Thomas fatuus, ''foolish Tom'']