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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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Those who use their Bowies for routine chores quickly dismiss the nattering about large knives being "impractical.
I've mentioned just some of the many people currently making Bowies.
Lightweight historians like to force James Bowie into a mold of a different sort.
In truth, the sons of Rezin Bowie The Elder, born in the closing decade of the 18th century, were solidly ensconced in the frontier aristocracy.
Bowie got crosswise with one Norris Wright leading to a violent street encounter.
In September 1827, Wright, his contingent and Bowie became attendants on the opposite sides of a duel situated on a sandbar on the Mississippi River near Natchez.
In addition to the abundance of Bowie music, Luparelli said audiences can expect her "usual sassy mouth.
I've put on so many Bowie tribute shows that I'm probably already on his lawyer's radar screen," Luparelli said.
html) Evening Standard , suggested that Bowie deciding to release new music now, when many had considered that he may have retired from music, seems quite strategic on the singer's part.
Throwing shadows and avoiding the industry treadmill is very David Bowie despite his extraordinary track record that includes album sales in excess of 130 million not to mention his massive contributions in the area of art, fashion, style, sexual exploration and social commentary," the label said.