Dowden


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Dow•den

(ˈdaʊd n)

n.
Edward, 1843–1913, Irish critic and poet.
References in classic literature ?
313 ff; Edward Dowden, 'Shakspere's Mind and Art,' page
In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the Vera Dowden Baldwin Scholarship Fund at Worcester State College, Institutional Advancement, 486 Chandler St.
A good year got a lot better for former area high school standouts Kyle Dowden of Camarillo and Brandon Beck of Oak Park last week, when the two University of California freshmen wound up members of an NCAA championship team.
Extravagance, easy assumptions and wishful thinking apart, Dowden makes two important points in his article.
INVEST Financial Corporation([R]) (INVEST) today announced that it has named Steve Dowden president and chief executive officer.
Prosecutors said Mr Dowden lost his wallet while visiting Symonds Yat from Sheffield.
First-half tries from hooker Huw Dowden and flanker Jake Thomas set up the victory which was sealed by second-half tries from lock Seb Davies, No.
39:17 PONTYPRIDD SWANSEA Tries: G Wyatt, L I Williams (2), C Dicomidis, H Dowden, penalty try Cons: L K Williams (3) Pens: L K Williams Tries: D Wyatt, B Davies Cons: S Davies (2) Pens: S Davies REFEREE: Martyn Lewis (Swansea) WING Lewis I Williams ran in for two tries as Pontypridd eased to a bonus point win in their British &Irish Cup clash with Swansea at Sardis Road.
Mr Luther was put in for the award by Johnathan Dowden and Chris Walker of enterprise group Entrust.
WELCOME to the Your Life Slimming Club with Mirror nutritionist Angela Dowden.
Dowden, 38, of Fayetteville and John McConnell, 36, of Bentonville opened their dry-cleaning business in July and added a drop-off location in January.
Christine Dowden, 56, manager of sexual health clinic, Cramlington: No, but they should only be used for big events that are policed.