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Toms (cartoonist)

V. T. Thomas (6 June 1929 – 27 April 2016), also known as Toms, was a cartoonist from Kerala, India who created the cartoon characters Boban and Molly.

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If Captain Toms had gone up to Kemare Head after that, Barney would have thought him a murderer… Of course the Dark knew he would be keeping only one of the Old Ones away from the making, but it could have helped him a lot… Rufus really is a marvellous animal, though, isn’t he?

Captain Toms was standing beside one of the bookcases, gazing at a small book open in his hands.

The only trouble is,” Captain Toms stared up at his books as if willing them to speak, “I can’t for the life of me work out what that thing is all about.

And they might have been for longer, but one of the crew, Roger Toms, gave himself up to the Revenue and turned King’s Evidence, telling them it was a shipmate of his called Tom Potter that fired the dire shot.

Polperro folk claimed he was innocent—some even said Roger Toms fired the shot himself.

But they may just have been protecting one of their own, for Tom Potter was born in Polperro, but Roger Toms was a Trewissick man.

And Roger Toms never dared set foot in Cornwall again, from that day until the day he died.

Fran thought we should, after getting Captain Toms to tell the Trewissick cop.

Captain Toms leaned against the car, gazing at the farm, one hand absently tracing patterns in the damp earth with his stick.

Then instinctively they drew to one side, to let Merriman and Captain Toms study the grail and manuscript together.

If Captain Toms had gone up to Kemare Head after that, Barney would have thought him a murderer.

The only trouble is,' Captain Toms stared up at his books as if willing them to speak, 'I can't for the life of me work out what that thing is all about.

And they might have been for longer, but one of the crew, Roger Toms, gave himself up to the Revenue and turned King's Evidence, telling them it was a shipmate of his called Tom Potter that fired the dire shot.

Polperro folk claimed he was innocent - some even said Roger Toms fired the shot himself.

She had loved Gilwyn Toms with all her heart, and now she would pass that love to their offspring.