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Jowett

(ˈdʒaʊɪt)
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(Biography) Benjamin. 1817–93, British classical scholar and educator: translated the works of Plato

Jow•ett

(ˈdʒaʊ ɪt)

n.
Benjamin, 1817–93, British scholar of Greek.
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A 1953 Jowett Jupiter was among the cars displayed in Coronation Street in the town.
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BROOKLANDS-based auctioneer Historics has set the bar high ahead of its late summer sale with a 1952 Jowett Jupiter owned for 13 years by Colchester United's all-time record goalscorer Martyn King up for grabs.
Benjamin Jowett wrote in his contribution to Essays and Reviews (1860) about the proper way to interpret the Scriptures.
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Australian Associated Press (AAP) said that a team led by Hastie Services chief executive Roger Jowett paid an undisclosed sum for Hastie Services Pty Ltd, Spectrum Fire and Security in Australia, and Cowley Services in New Zealand - together, they had previously formed the Hastie Services arm of the group.
The ongoing research program - carried out by a team of researchers from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences and led by Dr Sophia Jowett, alongside national and international collaborators - emphasises that the coach-athlete relationship is not an 'add-on' or 'by-product' of sport, but the foundation of sport.
Military history author Jowett provides a history of the Chinese Nationalist Army, which had fought almost constantly between 1931 until 1949, first against the Japanese in World War II and later against the Chinese communists until ultimately defeated by the communists in 1949.
WITH Birmingham Symphony Hall celebrating its 21st birthday, chief executive Andrew Jowett revealed that it was not Simon Rattle and the CBSO who gave the first ever performance - but his children.