Dowson


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Dowson

(ˈdaʊsən)
n
(Biography) Ernest (Christopher). 1867–1900, English Decadent poet noted for his lyric Cynara
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He had written a number of books himself; among them a "History of Dancing," a "History of Costume," a "Key to Shakespeare's Sonnets," a study of "The Poetry of Ernest Dowson," etc.
Bully Leslie Dowson, 43, broke down the door of 55-year-old Stanley Burgon's home and delivered blows on him that ruptured an aneurysm in his brain.
Jim Dowson, former secondin-command of the British National Party, was kicked out of the country last week.
Ian Dowson, 56, took offence when councillor Joe Armstrong rebuked him for his attire at a meeting.
Dowson presents students, academics, working professionals, and general interest readers with a guide to the personal and professional development of business students, business graduates, and early-career business professionals.
WORCESTER have announced the major signing of England international Phil Dowson, while London Welsh flanker Carl Kirwan will also move to Sixways.
Culture Secretary appoints Nicky Roche and John Dowson to the Board of UK Sport.
The Quakers nearly took an early lead when David Dowson flicked the ball on for Graeme Armstrong to have a left-foot volley well saved by Scarborough goalkeeper Joe Cracknell.
NORTHAMPTON captain Phil Dowson has challenged his side to bury the memories of recent cup final disasters in today's LV Cup final against Exeter at Sandy Park.
Yorkshire based Dowson Food Machinery has acquired JBS of Peterborough, in a deal which brings together two of the UK's most experienced bakery equipment specialists.
While the 23-year-old was put into custody, fellow Ulster People's Forum spokesman James Dowson was released on bail.
Dowson has been a senior figure in Stuart Lancaster's England squad, even after losing his place in the starting side to Ben Morgan during the Six Nations.