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cowan

(ˈkaʊən)
n
1. (Crafts) a person who makes dry-stone walls
2. freemasonry censorious a person who has not been initiated in the secrets of the Freemasons
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It rolled off to one side and laid there quite quiet but I didn't dare move and I don't know what would have become of me if Amos Cowan hadn't come along that very minute with a lantern.
Cowan, 53, was nabbed while operating his own business, Cyan Restaurant in Milngavie, a trading name of Avenbrae Ltd.
The Bucks host League One side Coventry City for a 3pm kick-off and Cowan is expecting Mark Robins to bring a strong side to the New Bucks Head.
Cowan, also of Leighton Street, also admitted assaulting a police officer by struggling with him and head-butting the officer.
"It's making me more determined," said Cllr Cowan, who will have been a councillor in Cardiff for 20 years in May.
The 'Satan' insult was posted in response to a picture of Cllr Cowan playing skittles with Cardiff Central Conservatives.
Iden Cowan, filing on behalf of herself and Blue Canoe Holdings LLC, alleges that Patrick Cowan, Berryhill and Ben Davis Properties Management formed a competing business entity, LBPC Holdings LLC.
In this new role, Worsley will lead the launch of Cowan's national Agri-Commercial Industry Practice.
"Growth was broad-based across segments and regions, as the business benefited from lapping a weak half following the presidential election in Kenya," EABL Group CEO Andrew Cowan said in a statement.
Cowan began his speech by outlining his first year in Taiwan as Representative of the Australian Office, Taipei, speaking about a range of official and unofficial activities.
Born to serve and grow the industry landscape through digital transformation and customer service, Hindman LLC reflects the shared vision of Leslie Hindman and Wes Cowan, the respective founders of each firm.