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Bowles

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(Biography) Paul. 1910–99, US novelist, short-story writer, and composer, living in Tangiers. His novels include The Sheltering Sky (1949) and The Spider's House (1955)
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Hanged if I don't think now, really, Tom, that he believes himself a much worse fellow than you or I, and that he don't think he has more influence in the house than Dot Bowles, who came last quarter, and isn't ten yet.
MANCHESTER footballer Stan Bowles is rightly regarded as one of the game's most talented mavericks.
Because this afternoon QPR host Bournemouth in a match organised to help raise funds for Stan Bowles, the 1970s icon and Rangers' best-ever player, who is battling Alzheimer's disease.
Safe to say PBA fans have seen the last of Denzel Bowles in a Star Hotshots jersey.
com)-- A simple yet useful new product targeted at fishermen everywhere, the Bowles Device, has been developed by inventor Aaron Bowles of Houston, Texas.
WITH a neat handkerchief poking out of his tweed jacket, and gleaming gold cufflinks on a crisp pale blue shirt, Peter Bowles looks every inch the upper-class gent, as his self-made millionaire character Richard DeVere aspired to be in Eighties sitcom To The Manor BT orn.
Bowles and Keith in To Born in the He played villains a in several TV series, including The Avengers and The Saint, but it was with a moustache in To The T Manor Born - that began in 1979, co-starred Penelope Keith and commanded audiences of 20 million - that he became most well known.
Bowles served on the company's board for over nine years, chaired the Audit Committee as well as was a member of the Executive Committee and Health, Safety, Environmental and Technical Committee.
Re-creating Paul Bowles, The Other and The Imagination: Music, Film, and Photography
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-July 17, 2015-Morgenthaler Private Equity merges Bowles Fluidics Corporation, DLH Industries
And while QPR's players picked up their men in the box, Bowles, somewhat of a football maverick, picked up a programme tossed down onto the pitch from the Holgate End, and proceeded to have a quick flick through with teammate Ian Gillard.
Playwrights JULIA JARCHO and SIBYL KEMPSON discuss writing under the spell of Jane Bowles