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Bowie

(bo͞o`ē), city (1990 pop. 37,589), Prince Georges co., W central Md.; inc. 1916. It is mainly a residential community. Points of interest include the Woodward Mansion (c.1743), which serves as the city hall, and Belair Stables, a historical museum. Bowie State Univ. is in the city.

Bowie

1. David, real name David Jones. born 1947, British rock singer, songwriter, and film actor. His recordings include "Space Oddity" (1969), The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972), Heroes (1977), Let's Dance (1983), and Heathen (2002)
2. James, known as Jim Bowie. 1796--1836, US frontiersman. A hero of the Texas Revolution against Mexico (1835--36), he died at the Battle of the Alamo
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And I love the fact that, in 1990, when Bowie said the set list for his next tour would be decided by a public vote, the NME campaigned on behalf of The Laughing Gnome.
I love the fact I still have a copy of the 1970 LP The World of David Bowie in the house (ah .
By the time of the civil war, Confederates were engraving "Death to Abolitionists" on their domestic Bowies but you could also get them out of Sheffield where they awaited shipment on the same shelf as those marked "Death to Rebels.
Those who use their Bowies for routine chores quickly dismiss the nattering about large knives being "impractical.
In his will, Bowie reportedly wanted his ashes scattered on the island nation of Bali in accordance with Buddhist rituals.
com/david-bowie-dead-69-legendary-singer-dies-peacefully-after-battling-cancer-18-months-2258711) Bowie died on Jan.
For her David Bowie Tribute Show, Luparelli said patrons can expect 22 to 25 songs (the second show might have a few extra numbers if time allows) but, be forewarned, it's not going to be just all hits.
In addition to the abundance of Bowie music, Luparelli said audiences can expect her "usual sassy mouth.
Put succinctly, the news release states, "David Bowie is back, but hopefully not for long.
The Catholic League pokes fun at Bowie once more with the release's conclusion.
Accompanying the somber tune, its music video features clips of a divided Germany, as it was seen by Bowie.
html) Evening Standard , suggested that Bowie deciding to release new music now, when many had considered that he may have retired from music, seems quite strategic on the singer's part.