Cowden


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Cow·den

(kow'dĕn),
Surname of the family from which the condition subsequently known as Cowden disease was first reported.
References in classic literature ?
He was within walking distance of his old school, and many a summer afternoon he spent reading in the garden with Cowden Clarke, the son of his old schoolmaster, in whom Keats had found a friend.
Now among the books he read with his friend Cowden Clarke was a translation of Homer.
Cowden boss Nicholl said: "In recent weeks we've been dispirited when we've gone a goal or two down but this time we battled on and had hope.
But his stoppage-time STRIKEagainst Dumbarton did earn Cowden a precious point.
BINOS bossJohnO'Neillslammed his side's shoddy defending after his nine-man side were hammered by rampant Cowden.
RAITH 2 COWDEN 2 GREIG SPENCE fears his heroics may have cost him the chance to play in one of Raith's biggest games of the season.
The attacker back-heeled a sublime sixth goal past James Hudson as Cowden crushed 10-man Vale.
Cowden looked on course for the points when Colin Cameron broke the deadlock in 79 minutes.
2 reckons Cowden showed what they are about as they in the Tuesday.
Cowden boss Jimmy Nicholl was upbeat despite the defeat.
Although Brown is a Raith Rovers fan, his dad was a Cowden supporter.
0 COWDEN boss Danny Lennon hailed Jay Stein after his piece of magic gave them their first league win of the season.