Bowdler


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Noun1.Bowdler - English editor who in 1818 published an expurgated edition of the works of Shakespeare (1754-1825)
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Donna Bowdler avoided prison last September after making vile remarks on the social network about the death of Muslims and destruction of mosques.
Trax JH Ltd based at Newtown and Welshpool was also presented with the International Trade Award, sponsored by Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors, at the Powys Business Awards gala finals event held at The Hafren in Newtown, Powys on Friday.
Founded by Terry Bowdler, CULA is an automobile lessor in the credit union market.
Few editors have ever gained the notoriety of English physician Thomas Bowdler (1754-1825).
Doreen Bowdler, 67, said it was a "sham marriage" as she did not sleep with husband Darian Minas, 52.
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Janis Bowdler, an ardent economic investigator for civil rights organizations had never worked in corporate America.
STAFF from Midland law firm FBC Manby Bowdler swapped legal briefs for baskets to spend a day harvesting fruit and vegetables to benefit local organisations and families in need.
IN an age when parents are beside themselves with worry over what their children are watching on the internet, it's worth remembering today marks the birth 260 years ago of one of Britain's best-known censors, that great "expunger of naughtiness" omas Bowdler.
The banK said non-executive directors Duncan Bowdler, Peter Harvey, Bob Newton and Len Wardle will stand down, but will remain on the board of the financial services arm of the wider funerals-to-supermarKets Co-op Group.
MIDDLESBROUGH couple Joanne Couhig and Richard Claypole tied the knot Marton Hotel and Country Club Picture by Neesams Photography Guisborough KATIE MacDonald and Martyn Angus, both of Acklam, got married at The Sporting Lodge, Middlesbrough Pictures by Simon White Photography EMMA Rayner and Gary Bowdler, both of Darlington, became Mr and Mrs at All Saints Church, Manfield Picture by Simon White Photography | To feature on the weddings page, email pictures, with bride and grooms name including brides maiden name, where you are from and where you got married to gazette.
1825: Thomas Bowdler, who took out the "naughty bits" in Shakespeare's work, died.