bowless

bowless

(ˈbəʊlɪs)
adj
without a bow or bows
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To reach the installation meant a three-mile round walk from Bowless visitor centre.
I have learned that if you punch the trigger mid-draw with a bull at 15 yards, you will end up with a bloody nose and a stampede of caribou surrounding your bowless wife.
Students from 1.2.3.4.5 grades (age 7, 8, 9, 10, 11) started running on 800 m bowless suitable race track with Ready and Go!
Compared to the Dockwise Vanguard, the new vessel will be larger in terms of length, breadth and carrying capacity but will also have a bowless design and asymmetric accommodation.
Owners say the Dockwise Vanguard is the first bowless vessel built with a starboard steering room and accommodations; its design was intended to maximize cargo space; a benefit of its unconventional composition.
BOWLESS y GINTIS (1976) La educacion en America capitalista.
Nicola Bowless, from the ERA, explains: "The Home Heat Helpline is the firstdedicated to tackling fuel poverty and to offer a comprehensive, one-stop shop service giving help on the range of problems faced by fuel poor households."
It is intriguing to see a Sibyl connected with a list of weapons not unlike Juvenal's, but the lists are not identical (Juvenal's provincials are bowless) and the resemblance would be more significant if Juvenal's list did not have even closer parallels in Homer and Livy.
BARNARD CASTLE July 3 PRIME LAMBS Top price per head was a Texel lamb at PS100.00 from AM Walton, Bowless Farm purchased by JA Jewitt (Meat) Ltd.