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Bo·wie

(bō'wē),
Donald James, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Bowie stain.

bowie

a disease of young lambs characterized by lateral curvature of the long bones of the front limbs. The lambs become so lame that they lose condition and are markedly deformed by the age of 8 weeks. The cause is unknown.
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The legendary Bowie knife was far and away the knife of choice.
JERRY FISK'S PASSION FOR KNIFE making started when his sixth-grade class took a field trip to Washington (Hempstead County), where James Black created the original Bowie knife in the 1830s.
But it is most definitely against the law to walk along the high street with a 15-inch Bowie knife, which suggests at the very least the premeditation of violence.
Paul Hogan scares off his assailant in the 1986 movie by whipping out a huge Bowie knife and saying: "That's not a knife .
The film's hero is threatened by a mugger carrying a switchblade so he produces a Bowie knife and says: "That's not a knife - this is a knife.
As Kavanagh's partner and children slept upstairs, he pulled out a Bowie knife and stabbed Verhoeven through the chest.
Pat Arrow smith slashed the tow-rope with a bowie knife and Maggie's picture on the front of the Daily Mirror changed the public's perception of CND - and Maggie and her friends changed the course of the Cold War.
Firth did not enter any plea to a similar charge or to two others he faces, of possessing a Bowie knife and having an insecure in his car.
More than 400 knives were handed in to Kent Police, with weapons include two samurai swords, a Bowie knife with a 14-inch blade and an axe with a spiked head.
This year, sportsmen and collectors will have a chance to bid on a one-of-a-kind Marlin Model 336 rifle and a Ross Tyser Damascus Fighting Bowie knife.
On December 11 last year, Menzies, 22, used a bowie knife to slash Mr McKendrick 42 times before battering his head with a hammer.
A BOOTLEG refers to the long leather boots worn by cowboys in the old West, which were used to store illicit goods, including an extra gun, a bowie knife and moonshine.