ower


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ower

(ˈaʊər) or

owre

prep, adv, adj
a Scots word for over
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While in the grip of his illness Major Owers did a second six-month tour in Afghanistan, ran the Defence Terrorist Bomb Disposal Training School and was responsible for over 120 specialists covering a third of England.
Major Owers confided in military doctors about his nightmares and anxiety attacks from the horrors he had witnessed, including seeing comrades blown up by Taliban booby-traps.
Family owers only please, donations in lieu, if desired, to the Great North Air Ambulance, retiring collection at the chapel.
Family owers only please, donations if desired, for the Dogs Trust be sent c/o A J Lloyd Funeral Directors, 38 Wallace Road, Coventry, CV6 2LX.
So while I'm weeding all sorts of blue owers suggest themselves - Anchusa azurea, with bold spires of ultramarine owers, Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign', which loves the heavy soil here, and towards the edge Veronica 'Georgia Blue'.
Five years of work and intensive research are evident in the book as Owers has reconstructed Peter Pan's days in glorious detail, characters brought to life with enticing adjectives where you can feel yourself connecting with them.
If you've not been to a fl orists for a few years, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the colours and types of fl owers available these days.
Cpt Owers is now back in Leamington Spa, Warks, with wife Sukie, 37, and daughter Poppy, two, and works at a base.
Ms Owers said: "Though it remained a largely safe and decent establishment, Onley was not an effective training prison at the time of this inspection.
Brett Angell, who has now completed his month on loan from Stockport County, was fouled on the edge of the area and Owers stepped forward to blast the ball past Mark Ovendale after 71 minutes.
Owers has been researching the causes and financial consequences of accounting restatements for the past 10 years.