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Bowditch

standard navigational work, American Practical Navigator; so called from its compiler, Nathaniel Bowditch. [Am. Hist.: Hart, 97]
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The 41,040-square-foot building at 28 Bowditch Drive on 9.
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Bowditch turned up and pushed his way in to confront the three.
Mrs Bowditch, stabbed nine times as she cleaned the bungalow, was left to die in a pool of blood.
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DEAN BOWDITCH was the Dons hero as they reached the FA Cup fourth round for the first time in their short history.
And although Bowditch is regarded as one for the future, Celtic could swoop to land him for a cut-price fee.
A first-half try by hooker Damien Caswell, converted by Williams, was matched by a Chris Bowditch interception try which Adam John converted.
In his first address before the Massachusetts Board of Health, Henry Bowditch, from one of Boston's leading families, argued that the Board of Health should be "a special function of state authority which until the days of scientific investigation has been left almost unperformed.
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The Trust Alliance has appointed the well respected pharmaceutical market research industry "champion", Allan Bowditch, as Industry Liaison.