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Bow·man

(bō'măn),
William, English ophthalmologist, anatomist, and physiologist, 1816-1892. See: Bowman capsule, Bowman discs, Bowman gland, Bowman membrane, Bowman muscle, Bowman probe, Bowman space.

Bow·man

(bō'măn),
Donald E., U.S. biochemist, 1908-2002. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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According to Ellen Finlayson, of Clic Sargent, the experience of the Bowman family is typical of many they help across the country.
Mr Fantom died in July last year and Mr Bowman who lived next door in Stockport, Gtr Manchester, was arrested on suspicion of murder.
The game involves players picking the teams they think will win the 10 NHL games, which are posted by Bowmans.
Bowman was teaching an Advancement Via Individual Determination class at Monroe High School in 2003, and most of her 30 students were Latino.
The Bowman Personal Role Radio (PRR) contract won by Marconi Mobile in 2001 with its 434 MHz UHF H4855 radio effectively brought this market to life.
When it does float, the Bowmans will be able to cash in their shares.
The Bowmans did not dispute that the Horse Farm was indeed a business but argued that the worker's injury did not arise from operation of the business.
At this year's Tupelo show, the Bowmans found new hall trees and end tables in pine and oak at Powell to fill the holes in their lines.
Mesolithic or later houses at Bowmans Farm, Romsey Extra, Hampshire, England?
The Bowmans don't have a pot to p-- in and he brings her home on a ventilator
The award-winning Narragansett Technologies recently added North West Airlines, Kroger, Verizon and Bowmans to its growing global customer base.
It will also help meet the future water requirements for residential and industrial growth in Port Wakefield, Balaklava and Bowmans.