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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.
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Stow

John. 1525--1605, English antiquary, noted for his Survey of London and Westminster (1598; 1603)
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The apprehended stowaway claimed he wanted to travel to Ghana.
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"I think a stowaway is a strong possibility, especially as no officials seem to want to even contemplate the possibility," Baum told the (https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/mh370-missing-why-stowaway-conspiray-theory-data-malaysian-airlines-investigation-a8484436.html) Independent , adding he believes the saboteur likely hid underneath the floor or just behind the flight deck in a "hinged, self-closing access panel."
He further revealed that insurance companies have also compounded the problem and have seemingly created a cartel around the stowaway business.
Magistrates commented that stowaways had been appearing more frequently in recent months and Henry was sent to join them for a two week spell of imprisonment.
"That's where I originally met the Pistols - so when they got to the Stowaway Club they already knew me and invited me backstage.
He adds that the presence of the group - soon to cause a national scandal with their sweary outburst on TV presenter Bill Grundy's tea time chat show - was at odds with The Stowaway's otherwise straight-laced reputation - aptly, the building had started life in 1863 as Stow Hill Baptist Chapel.
The Stowaway is a charming book, a glimpse of history that, by definition, fascinates and delights." KIM ODE

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