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Stow

(stō), city (1990 pop. 27,702), Summit co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Akron; settled 1802, inc. as a city 1960. Chiefly residential, it has some light industry.

Stow

John. 1525--1605, English antiquary, noted for his Survey of London and Westminster (1598; 1603)
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As Chaucer came to be packaged as a classical author, the manuscript-based editorial contributions of the non-gentle Stow were obscured in favor of a humanist style of editorial commentary favored by the university-trained elite.
Meanwhile, Mr Stow will see his sons in Faro prison this morning before returning home tomorrow.
Money is also an issue in these tough times, so Stow can advise businesses and individuals on funding help available.
Local MP Stella Creasy is asking Parliament [today] whether L&Q can hold on to the land for so long without developing it, while MPs Ian Lavery, Alan Meale and Stella herself have tabled an Early Day Motion welcoming efforts to reopen the Stow.
To maximize the use of stow area, Team Beaumont unhitched small trailers from large trucks and stowed them on decks with a low clearance.
The men's father, Dilwyn Stow, 76, who has always protested his sons' innocence and flew to Portugal from Wales earlier this week, said before he left that he was not hopeful about the outcome.
Today, Multiquip is a leading manufacturer and distributor of light and medium construction equipment and the parent company to MQ Power, Stow, Whiteman Industries and Sanders Saws.
Perabo speaks of her role in terms of a love stow, ignoring the media attention that naturally follows when that love stow is between two women.
Therefore, a book which should have much appeal to those anxious to sift through detailed information about early modern England, its attitudes and its view of English history is most certainly Barrett L Beer's highly readable, richly detailed study of John Stow and his writings.