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(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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Besides overseeing the continuous adjustment, by trimming of sails and orders to the helmsman, of the Arangi to her way on the sea, and overseeing the boat's crew at its task of washing deck and polishing brasswork, he was engaged in steadily nipping from a stolen bottle of his captain's whiskey which he had stowed away in the hollow between the two sacks of yams lashed on deck aft the mizzenmast.
Ruth's promised cure for the habit, flamboyantly labelled, he stowed away in the most inaccessible corner of his bureau.
With Hop Higgins safely stowed away in the chair behind the stove only three people were awake in Winesburg.
In the wagon was seated Simon Legree and the two women, still fettered together, were stowed away with some baggage in the back part of it, and the whole company were seeking Legree's plantation, which lay a good distance off.
A LORRY driver discovered a tiny injured kitten had stowed away after he returned from Bristol.
The Social Protection Minister's comments will obviously appeal to those who keep their grandfather's shirts of a certain colour stowed away at the back of the wardrobe.
It's believed the boy had stowed away on board with his brother and several men.
We have no way of telling whether this was a result of a deliberate act or because of poisonous substances not being safely stowed away, but what is concerning is the number of birds found dead.
We have a guy claiming to have stowed away in the landing gear from San Jose to Maui," the pilot said on the tape.
The latest example is a teenager who, according to authorities, stowed away on a 5 1/2-hour flight from San Jose, Calif.
The photographs were stowed away by the founder of Penthouse magazine, Bob Guccione, until Madonna achieved fame.
Ms Banwell-Moore said, after the initial shock, she realised the little lizard must have stowed away in her suitcase and travelled all the way back to her house in Churchinford, near Taunton, Somerset.