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clow

(klaʊ)
n
1. a clove
2. a fork for raking dung
vb (tr)
to rake with a clow
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Clow Valve (Oskaloosa, Iowa), a wholly owned subsidiary of AFS Corporate Member McWane Inc., teamed with the University of Northern Iowa (Cedar Falls, Iowa) to add a little more local flair to a massive sporting event held in Iowa.
Peacefully at the Brockville General Hospital on December 19, 2004, William Edgar Clow at the age of 87 years.
A memorial to one of Will County's earliest settlers is part of the plan for a subdivision on land that long had remained with descendants of the Clow family.
When McWane's Clow Valve Metal Casting Facilities' OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) committee was brainstorming ways to celebrate and recognize team members for their contributions toward achieving a five year VPP STAR recertification, a commemorative coin kept coming up, similar to what team members saw at McWane's Tyler Coupling's VPP forum in Marshfield, Mo.
Iean Clow, of Amble, saw the boy in the water at the town's harbour, went in after him and saved him from drowning.
Plant hire boss Liz Clow was banned from her own offices after the Royal Bank of Scotland pulled the plug.
When Oskaloosa High School remodeled their industrial technology department, Clow Valve, Oskaloosa, Iowa, was there to assist.
Liz Clow's nationwide plant hire company APC Ltd went to the wall with debts of pounds 30million.
Former road-building firm boss Elizabeth Clow, 52, was convicted after a six-month trial of fraud over companies she ran.
Clow, retired, Clow Corp., told the engineering students that he titled his remarks The Hyperbola of Progress "because I sincerely believe that, while the industry has made much progress during the past 50 years, improvements in the future will be continuous and will continue at an ever-increasing pace and I hope that you young people will keep them going even faster."