Fowler


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Fowler

Henry Watson. 1858--1933, English lexicographer and grammarian; compiler of Modern English Usage (1926)
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"Down in the Emily's cabin was them three soaks--you know them-- Fowler and Curtis and that Brahms chap.
'Fowler,' she said--you know, just like a straight order, and she didn't MISTER him--it was plain Fowler--'Fowler,' she said, 'just tell Adamu Adam to man the whale-boat, and while he's taking Captain Oleson ashore have your boat put me on the Flibberty.
"It's you have got to pay Fowler's money; it's none of my business.
Fowler was a very kind-spoken, free-handed gentleman," said Mrs.
Fowler and Miss Rucastle were married, by special license, in Southampton the day after their flight, and he is now the holder of a government appointment in the island of Mauritius.
In vain he described the bird to his attendants, who rushed at his first call; in vain they sought the wonderful creature both on horse and foot, and summoned the fowlers to their aid: the bird could nowhere be found.
In this he had to help him not only the fowlers by profession, but also his attendants, who excelled in this art.
Dale Fowler (R-Harrisburg) was on hand to present a donation from the proceeds of this year's S.I.
The court heard crofter Paul Fowler flew in a rage when he discovered he was not booked to complete a journey to the mainland to go to the marts with sheep.
The friction between Anthony Fowler and Scott Fitzgerald certainly dominated the build-up.
ANTHONY FOWLER continued his education in the professional ranks with another stoppage win.
TULSA Norman-based Fowler Automotive announced the opening of Fowler Ford in Tulsa.