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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)
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Following a brief spell at Bury Football Club, Bowles was signed by Fourth Division Crewe Alexandra.
The cruelty of the situation is the man being honoured is one whose exploits on and off the pitch will live on forever at Loftus Road and hand-in-hand, one of the reasons Bowles, 68, was known as one of the game's great mavericks.
In a Twitter post, Bowles outright said he will 'never again' play for Star, which he led to the 2012 Commissioner's Cup title back when it still carried the name B-Meg Llamados.
The proprietary features of the Bowles Device enable its users to always be aware of the location of their hook.
My father's mistress was a very famous lady, the grandmother of Jodie Kidd now, but she was Lord Beaverbrook's daughter," says 79-year-old Bowles, settling into storytelling mode.
The company added that Bowles had retired as a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Bowles seems bored by his characters, Mailer maintains, and they remain lifeless, "a miasma from the author.
and it has merged with MPE portfolio company Bowles Fluidics Corporation to form dlhBOWLES, a vertically integrated engineered plastics and fluid flow solutions provider.
Notorious Bowles was no stranger to the unexpected while in the Northeast.
But the belle of the ball that evening was without doubt Jane Bowles, the midcentury American writer whose curious prose and cult status has been influencing writers over the years.
First, Bowles didn't read classical Arabic (fos7a) at all, and had only a limited knowledge of Moroccan colloquial Arabic (darija).
Mr Bowles was jailed in 2009 for three and a half years after evading a PS1.