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Rowley

(ˈrəʊlɪ; ˈraʊ-)
n
(Biography) Thomas. ?1586–?1642, English dramatist, who collaborated with John Ford and Thomas Dekker on The Witch of Edmonton (1621) and with Thomas Middleton on The Changeling (1622)
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An example of this faulty exposition is found in the only extant sermon of the pious Bishop Rowley, a characteristic passage from which is here given:
To his imaginary author he gave the name of Thomas Rowley. Entirely successful in deceiving his fellow-townsmen, and filled with a great ambition, Chatterton went to London, where, failing to secure patronage, he committed suicide as the only resource against the begging to which his proud spirit could not submit.
Keith Rowley has defended the TT$32 million (One TT dollar=US$0.16 cents) spent on restoring the Office of the Prime Minister, which he will occupy on Monday next week.
Scope: The Rowley Canyon Wildlife Enhancement Project that would cut and burn 1,666 acres of sagebrush, juniper, maple, and mountain mahogany trees with mechanized, track-based, mastication equipment.
Father and son Graham Rowley, 60, and Kyle Rowley, 28, both admitted being involved in the production of cannabis.
Rowley said the woman rented the house from Khamissi and moved in April 15.
BRIDGNORTH-BASED horse racing trainer Phil Rowley is eyeing up a four-timer of winners in Bank Holiday Monday's point-to-point meeting at Eyton-on-Severn, writes Arthur Shone.
TO the rapturous cry of "Over, Rowley", the muchloved star, JW Rowley performed his trademark standing somersault on stage at the Theatre of Variety that bore his name in town.
Highlands and Islands MSP Rhoda Grant said she was "quite happy" to see Alex Rowley on leader Richard Leonard's front bench team.
NOVICHOK attack victim Charlie Rowley has been released from hospital.
The Met's Assistant Commissioner, Mark Rowley, said the rise of organised neo-Nazi groups is "of grave concern" and presents a "significant" threat to Britain.
Michele Rowley was working at The Pavillion home in Houghton-le-Spring in August 2016 when she struck the "vulnerable" woman who was being "violent and aggressive".