Bowles


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Idioms, Wikipedia.

Bowles

Paul. 1910--99, US novelist, short-story writer, and composer, living in Tangiers. His novels include The Sheltering Sky (1949) and The Spider's House (1955)
References in periodicals archive ?
Yet, according to Bowles, there is no shelter; there is only storm, or there is nothing.
Jane Bowles once described something as so terrible and exciting somehow that I almost threw up.
Bowles is a suspect in this case because he resided with the victim at the time of the murder.
One example emphasized by Bowles is the ability to incorporate polar comonomers, which tend to "poison" conventional tends of polymerization catalysts.
Bowles said the launch of the MIMEsweeper Web Appliance demonstrates Clearswift's continuing drive to simplify IT security without compromising on enterprise class protection.
MPE will partner in the transaction with the Bowles management team, led by CEO Eric Koehler and COO Sri Sridhara.
The current levels of federal deficits, Bowles said at a Corenet event at the Grand Hyatt last week, "are like a cancer, and they will destroy this country from within.
I really want the federal government to make the same kinds of decisions that you in the cities have had to make over the last several years," Bowles said.
Bowles, 24, has been Elliott's righthand woman at Capranny Stables since he set up five years ago and had hoped the trainer would pop the question during a private moment.
This was then leaked by a member, which Mr Bowles yesterday described as a "disgrace".
Jim Bowles was a boy in grade school when he made an album, "My Life Story," for a class assignment.
FIONNUALA Bourke's article on Camilla Parker Bowles made my usual Sunday enjoyment ofthe Mercury an ordeal fired by righteous indignation.