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Bowen

Elizabeth (Dorothea Cole). 1899--1973, British novelist and short-story writer, born in Ireland. Her novels include The Death of the Heart (1938) and The Heat of the Day (1949)
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Billings was satisfied, as were the rest of us, that this was the beach mentioned by Bowen, and we further found that there was ample room to assemble the sea-plane.
Bowen's account of the terrors of Caspak had impressed us all with the necessity for proper means of defense.
Border Patrol Agent Matthew Bowen fumed about the humane treatment his agency was expected to give migrants who had illegally crossed into the country.
The Arizona Daily Star reported Sunday that prosecutors filed the text messages in court documents as part of their case against Border Patrol Agent Matthew Bowen.
COVENTRY fight fans have a new hero after Aaron Bowen ended the city's 18-year wait for an Elite senior champion.
SECOND season syndrome may apply to players as well as teams, but Jarrod Bowen is determined not to be afflicted.
A three-day Social Care Wales Fitness To Practise panel was held at the Mercure Hotel in Llansamlet, Swansea where Ashley Bowen faced seven counts including accusations of ill-treatment.
Former San Antonio Spurs forward Bruce Bowen is best remembered for his defensive prowess.
The development has caused a lot of irritation to many parents and many of whom have resolved to seek alternative at Bowen University and private Universities in the country, recent investigations has revealed.
Marakwet East MP Kangogo Bowen is in trouble for allegedly insulting Marakwet professionals on social media after his win was annulled by an Eldoret court.