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Fowler

Henry Watson. 1858--1933, English lexicographer and grammarian; compiler of Modern English Usage (1926)
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Paul Ince, the Blackburn manager, gave Fowler, 33, the chance to sign until January.
The pragmatist in me says that Fowler simply could not turn down the opportunity of playing in the Premiership again, presumably on bigger wages than the reputed pounds 8,000 a week Cardiff were supposed to have offered him in a new one-year deal.
As traffic proceeded, Fowler was able to drive up beside the woman and tell her to get in.
While at a specialist in Colorado last week, Fowler underwent a micro-fracture operation on his hip - where the hip bone is surgically broken and torn ligaments reattached.
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In his prime, Fowler would have taken second-tier defences to the cleaners, but his abilities have waned over time and Betfred have chalked him up at a fairly dismissive 33-1 to finish top of the Championship scoring charts.
Catena closed on the property and enabled Fowler to complete a 1031 exchange.
Fowler also didn't disclose his personal net worth and didn't immediately reveal the identities of his limited partners, New York real estate developers Alan B.
The court disagreed, stating that given the size of the bequest and the explicit requirement in the decedent's will that Fowler Homes be a charitable organization, Turner had "prudently determined" that the available information "was not reliable enough to permit funding of the bequest.
Although Hobbs and Fowler (2004) are correct to note the control human culture exercises in "value systems, economics, politics and religion" in taking account of what is real, human and environmental health could be increasingly at risk because humanity denies scientific facts over which living beings may not have control.
We also have Fowler's doomed marriage back home, his desire to stay in an unauthorized relationship with Phuong (he refuses a promotion if it would mean leaving Phuong), and several scenes of prostitution (what Fowler calls "dollar love" (29)) representing further the modern anxiety of how war and colonialism mix to destroy the possibility of true human contact.
Fowler wisely includes theological voices, including that of Karl Barth, that critique the sacramental position.