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Bow·ditch

(bō'dich),
Henry P., U.S. physiologist, 1840-1911. See: Bowditch law, Bowditch effect.
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While we accept that, in a post-Enron world, professional services firms are going to be targeted in such situations, we want to affirm that Bowditch & Dewey has always performed its services consistent with the highest professional, legal and ethical standards and we are pleased to be able to put this matter behind us.
They said these "proved crucial" in Bowditch pleading guilty to attempted robbery.
But Etheridge could do nothing about the Dons' leveller as the clock ticked 90, Bowditch capitalising on a poor defensive header to curl a fine equaliser into the bottom corner from 18 yards.
Bowditch, author of four internationally-renowned yoga books, offers students and teachers a clear and creative manual showing all the components of yoga alignment.
Garner -- a Bowditch & Dewey Associate -- will be the principal contributor to the blog.
The Bowditch Drive location is the same site where selectmen earlier this year gave support to representatives of Middlesex Integrative Medicine to operate a cultivation facility.
Reda Johnson - again monumentally impressive - tag-teamed the first by heading Bowditch's follow-up shot off the line and City were reprieved when Bowditch, perfectly teed up by Daniel Powell, squandered the best of half-a-dozen clearcut opportunities.
31 ( ANI ): Australian golfer Steven Bowditch has proved himself to be an inspiration as he battled depression in the past and has now pocketed 1.
The League One side were seconds from claiming a notable scalp after Dean Bowditch netted a deserved opener in 63 minutes.
The visitors burst forward and Dean Bowditch was able to calmly double the lead with an easy close range finish.
In this short and legible book, the author seeks to understand these radical reformers on their own terms by focusing on two central figures: the lesser-known physician Henry Ingersol Bowditch and the writer and activist Julia Ward Howe.
Tranmere were beaten by a Dean Bowditch header from a set play midway through the first half and a disputed penalty, converted by Gavin Tomlin, late in the second.