stower

stower

(ˈstəʊə)
n
a person who stows
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The true way to walk aft is to begin forrard; tho’f it he only in a humble way, like myself, d’ye see, which was from being only a hander of topgallant sails, and a stower of the flying-jib, to keeping the key of the captain’s locker.
com)-- Stower was selected as a finalist in SXSW Eco's entrepreneurial pitch competition, the Startup Showcase, taking place on October 5-7, 2015 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX.
For Edward Stower, blacksmith, owned much land and three houses Bures Hamlet, Essex, when he wrote his will on 4 February 1604.
I was sent to Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire and was billeted with John and Elsie Stower and their young son John.
Stower Grange has been a hotel for about 30 years, and manager Ian Allison instantly made us feel at home.
Stower has created a genuinely humorous, interactive experience for the groundlings.
Crucial to Highland's success will be the play of seniors Chelsey Coleman, Shi Stower, and Julie Weger, and junior Trina Staples, the only players who have significant varsity-level experience.
Stowers said hell fight if the OIPA attempts to make amendments to any measure that would end the 12-percent compounded interest rates.
Parker and Provost Ray Stowers explained how the technology is crucial for training future D.
Title Human Factor Analysis Contract Number Doc703409 Commodity Rail Services Response Start Date 06/07/17 Response End Date 06/20/17 Contract Agent Alfreda Stowers Email Address alfreda.
Sixteen years ago, well before impact investing became popular, mutual fund company American Century Investments began diverting a large portion of its profits to the Stowers Institute for Medical Research.
The results offer a surprising instance of the nose controlling behavior, not the brain, says coauthor Lisa Stowers of the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif.