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Bowie, Jim

(1799–1836) frontiersman and U.S. soldier; developed large hunting knife named after him. [Am. Hist.: Payton, 95]
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William Travis (Patrick Wilson, left), Davy Crockett (Billy Bob Thornton) and James Bowie (Jason Patric) stand their ground in ``The Alamo,'' the latest film interpretation of the legendary battle.
4) The 1960 version starred Richard Widmark, left, as James Bowie, Laurence Harvey as Lt.
TOMORROW'S OFFICER: After passing the cadet programme with flying colours, James Bowie looks set to join the police force early in the new year; IF THE UNIFORM FITS: Being a cadet has convinced James, above, and Natasha, below, that they want a career in the police force
The James Bowie High School Marching Band is selling marching band performances and donated merchandise on eBay to raise $50,000 to travel to the National Band Championship and Fiesta Bowl Parade in Tempe, Arizona, January, 2005.
I'M trying to contact James Bowie or Isabel Bowie, last known to be living in Leith.
Patrick Dukes and James Bowie attended the NFL Scouting Combine this past week and met with representatives from more than 20 NFL Teams.
James Bowie, SMU football player (1989-1992) and a NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor and attorney in Sports and Entertainment Law, commented "I am ecstatic about our new clients and I am happy to be involved with this representation at Thompson & Knight.
Wilson, a black belt in judo, grabbed James Bowie by the sleeve and threw him to the ground.
We also produce a James Bowie brand malt liquor product and had been looking at a product named after Annie Oakley.
Police, who had put James Bowie under surveillance, also found 93 Ecstasy tablets in his underwear.
Crazy Horse' was the first in a series of products introduced with a western motif which includes Arizona Iced Tea(tm) and James Bowie Kentucky Hills Ltd.
for its production of "The Taming of the Shrew," and James Bowie High School, Austin, Texas, for its production of "The Seagull" by Anton Chekhov.