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Rowe

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(Biography) Nicholas. 1674–1718, English dramatist, who produced the first critical edition of Shakespeare; poet laureate (1715–18). His plays include Tamerlane (1702) and The Fair Penitent (1703)
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I took passage with Cap- tain Rowe, in the schooner Wild Cat, and, after a sail of about twenty-four hours, I found myself near the place of my birth.
Here I mean such imitators as Rowe was of Shakespear, or as Horace hints some of the Romans were of Cato, by bare feet and sour faces.
The priests said Rowe believes his "creative embellishments make the Eucharist more meaningful to the people and more honest to his own prayer.
And Rowe feels he is being unfairly targeted because of that case.
When the boy's mum confronted Rowe he responded by spitting at her.
Rowe Price, says Anupam Joshi, director of the Center for Cybersecurity and chair of computer science and electrical engineering.
The 27-year-old married Welshman Matthew Rowe, brother of Team Sky rider Luke, in October.
Previously, Rowe had lived in a flat in Mussleburgh, East Lothian, but left after a police interview.
Rowe Price (NASDAQ-GS: TROW) has introduced three new equity funds that use a quantitative management style to select the stocks they hold, the company said.
Rowe designed the 'Maleficent' collections in her signature vintage couture style based on the film's two leading characters and HSN's Maleficent-inspired themes of a 'wicked sense of fun' and 'fashion fairytale'.
Wheat died in 1936, and after a year, Nellie Mae married an older widower, Henry Rowe.
Gracias al nuevo destino del Profesor Llimona en la Universidad de Murcia (1977-1982), se inicia una epoca floreciente en el estudio de las biotas liquenicas del S y SE peninsular, con las investigaciones llevadas a cabo por Jose Ma Egea, Pilar Torrente, Pedro Pablo Moreno y Leandro Alonso (en la provincia Murciano-Almeriense y el sector Malacitano-Almijarense), Manuel Casares (en el sector Nevadense y Rondense), Jorge Garcia Rowe y Xavier Arino (en la subprovincia Gaditano-Algarviense), entre otros.