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Bow·en

(bō'wĕn),
John T., U.S. dermatologist, 1857-1941. See: Bowen disease, Bowen precancerous dermatosis, bowenoid papulosis, bowenoid cells.
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Gowri Motha, obstetrician and author of 'The Gentle Birth Method' believes Bowen Therapy can help many pregnant women.
He was caught in the act thanks to CCTV that had been installed inside the property by his step father, Eryl Bowen, Chester Crown Court heard.
Kris Bowen capitalized on the growing number of online real estate searches to create an innovative, new approach to real estate marketing.
com)-- Today, Bowen Media, a Long Island web design company, announced its strategic approach to merge creativity with functionality to capitalize on the latest trend in web design: the consumer-centric website.
Tracy Bowen received a oneyear sentence last October after admitting theft, fraud and attempting to pervert the course of justice, but is understood to have now been released.
CHAMPION conditional Sean Bowen topped an already memorable day at Sandown by steering Just A Par to a last-gasp win in the bet365 Gold Cup, writes Ian Carbis.
ZONIA BOWEN: DY BOBL DI FYDD FY MHOBL I Zonia Bowen (Y Lolfa, PS9.
Lee Bowen knocked at his victim's door almost a year after he had broken into the mid-terrace property on Station Terrace, Dowlais.
SyDNEY (CyHAN)- Shadow Treasurer of Australia Chris Bowen made some explanations on bribery, corruption and governments' interventions to private banks.
Born in the Jefferson County town of Altheimer on May 6, 1923, Bowen was the son of Robert James Bowen and Ruth Falls Bowen.
Two days after a jury convicted him of murdering his girlfriend, Cottage Grove resident David Bowen was sentenced Friday to at least 25 years in prison for the fatal shooting.
A newly-installed blue plaque in George Street, Balsall Heath, reminds us where the Bowen centre of operations was.