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Dowson

Ernest (Christopher). 1867--1900, English Decadent poet noted for his lyric Cynara
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Prosecutor John Elvidge QC said Dowson was "in hot temper and seriously jealous" at the time of the assault.
Dowson was a major player in a Hungarian right-wing movement who aim to halt refugees coming into the country using armed militias.
Mr Dowson owns 41 pairs of camouflage trousers and, by his own admission, rarely wears anything else.
Dowson, who has played 179 times during six years at Northampton, was an instrumental part of the side which won the Aviva Premiership and the Amlin Challenge Cup last May.
John Dowson: John Dowson is a chartered management accountant.
The same routine nearly worked again on 27 minutes but this time David Dowson, with his back partly to goal, volleyed over.
Dowson was founded by current Managing Director, John Murgatroyd in 1982, and specialises in baggers, slicers, splitters and custom-made bakery equipment.
Judge Kelly ordered Dowson, who also faces four charges of taking part in an unnotified public parade and encouraging or assisting offences, to hand over his mobile phones.
With Morgan recovering from a hamstring injury, Dowson will start against a star-studded Barbarians side and he has been chosen as captain ahead of his club skipper Dylan Hartley.
PHIL DOWSON will captain England in Sunday's non-cap international against the Barbarians at Twickenham.
DAVID DOWSON insists Durham City are closing in on the consistency they crave.
OWEN FARRELL, Brad Barritt and Phil Dowson will make their England debuts in Saturday's RBS 6 Nations clash with Scotland after taking three very different routes to the top.