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bowl

(bōl) a rounded, more or less hemispherical open container.
mastoid bowl , mastoidectomy bowl the hollow bony defect in the temporal bone created by open mastoidectomy.
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At the very outset, however, he seemed to master the bowling, and soon fetched about ten runs in a classic manner.
Benicia was in view, and we were bowling along over comparatively easy water, when a speck of a boat danced up ahead of us, directly in our course.
The dragon paid no further attention to him, however, for Tippet's sudden break for liberty had attracted its attention; and after Tippet it went, bowling over small trees, uprooting underbrush and leaving a wake behind it like that of a small tornado.
He added not; and Satan, bowling low His gray dissimulation, disappeared, Into thin air diffused: for now began Night with her sullen wing to double-shade The desert; fowls in their clay nests were couched; And now wild beasts came forth the woods to roam.
As the time passed, I worked as boy-helper on an ice-wagon, set up pins in a bowling alley with a saloon attached, and swept out saloons at Sunday picnic grounds.
While she's expecting me at the inn I shall be bowling along to London.
Seth had managed to fetch a stop within twenty feet of her, and us bowling down hill at that
Huntingdon's light phaeton came bowling merrily up the lawn.
And, if the Man Higher Up is ever found, take my assurance for it, he will be a large, pale man with blue wristlets showing under his cuffs, and he will be sitting to have his shoes polisbed within sound of a bowling alley, and there will be somewhere about him turquoises.
How well they are bowling, though," said Arthur; "they don't mean to be beat, I can see.
Here we are in my study, with the door closed, secure against interruption, a bright fire in the grate, a bowling and ever-increasing wind outside.
Bunny, I'm mad-keen on bowling him out with my own unaided hand--though I may ask you to take the wicket.