Cowes


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Cowes

(kaʊz)
n
(Placename) a town in S England, on the Isle of Wight: famous for its annual regatta. Pop: 19 110 (2001)

Cowes

(kaʊz)

n.
a seaport on the Isle of Wight, in S England: resort. 19,663.
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For some time no more was heard of them; then news came of Ellen's marriage to an immensely rich Polish nobleman of legendary fame, whom she had met at a ball at the Tuileries, and who was said to have princely establishments in Paris, Nice and Florence, a yacht at Cowes, and many square miles of shooting in Transylvania.
"'Four years ago, I was living near Cowes, in the Isle of Wight--in a cottage which had been taken for me by a gentleman who was the owner of a yacht.
It isn't so very long to Cowes now and, thank heavens, that'll cost us nothing.
They appeared perseveringly at the Winchester and Southampton assemblies; they penetrated to Cowes for the race-balls and regatta-gaieties there; and their carriage, with the horses taken from the plough, was at work perpetually, until it began almost to be believed that the four sisters had had fortunes left them by their aunt, whose name the family never mentioned in public but with the most tender gratitude and regard.
Yesterday morning they were at Cowes, and we saw the smoke from the burning crofts.
"If you can see Cowes, it is just about to rain, and if you can't, it is already raining".
The pair led a series of rowdy drinking games, downing beer after beer in a stag do for cousin Peter Phillips at the Anchor in Cowes, Isle of Wight.
The 28-year-old, from Cowes on the Isle of Wight, is on day 38 of her bid to beat the record held by Frenchman Francis Joyon.
The 28-year-old from Cowes, Isle of Wight, has sailed 13, 823 miles and has 11, 910 miles to go in her solo voyage.
The court heard that Wallace, known as the Lizard Lady among local drinkers, had brought the iguana into the Anchor public house in Cowes and was asked to leave when she started to upset customers by placing the iguana on their shoulders and heads.
They will battle it out for the The King's Cup trophy, a historical cup first presented by King George V at Cowes' Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920.
TREVOR Middleton from Rowington, Warwickshire, will be competing with a group of friends on his 36-foot Sun Fast 3600 yacht called Black Sheep in the Rolex Fastnet Race, one of the world's most challenging and tactical offshore races, from Cowes, Isle of Wight.