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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.
References in classic literature ?
And so it came, what with the ferocity of the banths and the numbers of the bowmen, that at last the Torquasians fell back, until presently the platform upon which stood Carthoris and Thuvia lay directly in the centre of the fight.
To Carthoris the strangest part of the battle had been the terrific toll taken by the bowmen with their relatively puny weapons.
Many a night have I heard that song, both in the old war-time and after in the days of the White Company, when Black Simon of Norwich would lead the stave, and four hundred of the best bowmen that ever drew string would come roaring in upon the chorus.