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  1. Tom Clark a.k.a. Tom C. Clark: Tom Campbell Clark was United States Attorney General from 1945 to 1949 and an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1949 to 1967.
  2. Tom Clark is an American poet, editor and biographer. Clark was born on the Near West Side of Chicago and educated at the University of Michigan where he received a Hopwood Award for poetry. On March 22, 1968, he married Angelica Heinegg, at St. Mark’s Church, New York City. Currently residing in California, Tom Clark's recent books of poetry are Light & Shade: New and Selected Poems and Threnody.
    • born on (74 years ago) in Near West Side
    • nationality: United States of America
    • education: University of Michigan, graduated in
    • written works: "No Big Deal", "Under the Fortune Palms", "Cold Spring", "Smack", "Rock Hudson", "Green", "One Last Round for the Shuffler", "Apocalyptic Talkshow", "Designing Storage Area Networks", "Distance Education, Electronic Networking and School Policy", "Kerouac's Last Word", "Singh to Suresh", "Combined Worktext to Accompany Videotext Interactive (Vti) Series", "Algebra", "Leasing Finance", "How I Broke In and Six Modern Masters", "Poetry Beat", "A century of shipbuilding: products of Barrow-in-Furness", "Junkets on a Sad Planet", "Prealgebra Worktext to Accompany Videotext Interactive (Vti) Series", "When Things Get Tough on Easy Street", "The Spell", "Jack Kerouac", "Zombie Dawn", "Late Returns, a Memoir of Ted Berrigan", "Algebra 1", "Fan poems", "The no book", "The Master", "35", "Baseball", "The border", "Air", "All stars", "Airplanes", "The end of the line", "Disordered ideas", "Charles Olson", "Empire of skin", "Easter Sunday", "Journey to the ulterior", "The exile of Céline", "Fractured karma", "Heartbreak Hotel", "The last gas station and other stories", "Light & shade", "A short guide to the high plains", "Like real people", "Paradise resisted", "Stones; poems"
    • award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (Poetry)
  3. Tom Clark is a Canadian television journalist. He has been a substitute anchor for CTV National News, and host of Power Play, a political program on CTV News Channel.
  4. Tom Clark is an American college football coach. He served for nine non-consecutive seasons as the head coach at The Catholic University of America, where he compiled a 58–32–1 record and a 0.643 winning percentage. Currently, Clark is the defensive backs coach for the College of William and Mary.
  5. Tom Clark: Thomas Henry 'Tom' Clark was an English cricketer. He played for Surrey as an opening batsman. His career with them took in the period from 1952 to 1958 when they won an unequalled seven successive County Championship titles.
    • born on (91 years ago) in Luton
    • nationality: England
    • died on (34 years ago)
  6. Tom Clark is an actor.
  7. Tom Clark is an actor, film producer, film director and film score composer.
    • profession: Actor, film director, film producer, film score composer
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  8. Tom Clark is an actor.
  9. Tom Clark is a sound designer.
    • also known as G. Thomas Clark
    • profession: Sound designer
  10. Tom Clark is a film producer.
    • profession: Film producer
  11. Tom Clark was the husband of Wilma Meador.
  12. Tom Clark is the father of American football player Steven Clark.

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Tom Clark is a founder of the Acme Sound Partners.

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Google previewLight & Shade (2006)

New and Selected Poems by Tom Clark

Tom Clark s Heart Tom Clark is a great American Author's Note.

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (2013)

by Paul Finkelman

Tom Clark was born in Dallas, Texas, on September 23, 1899.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Civil Rights Movement (2014)

by Christopher M. Richardson, Ralph E. Luker

Speaking for the court, Justice Tom Clark doubted that management would sustain long-term economic losses from the act's re- quirement and found that it violated neither the Commerce Clause nor the due process rights of the plaintiff.

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