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Bow·en

(bō'wĕn),
John T., U.S. dermatologist, 1857-1941. See: Bowen disease, Bowen precancerous dermatosis, bowenoid papulosis, bowenoid cells.
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Bowen has natural beauty but after the devastation from Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie in 2017, the region really needed some help, Mr Hinchliffe said.
Migrants, Bowen suggested, are "disgusting subhuman s unworthy of being kindling for a fire."
Bowen is accused of using his Border Patrol vehicle to knock down a Guatemalan man in December of 2017.
Travelling supporters chanted: "There's only one Aaron Bowen" after the teenager from Triumph ABC was crowned light-heavyweight champion in Manchester, bringing domestic amateur boxing's biggest prize back to the city for the first time since James Mulhern won light-flyweight honours in 2001.
Bowen, 22, is attracting Premier League interest this month withTottenham,Burnley,Crystal PalaceandLeicesterall watching him in Hull's win over Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Bowen (above) scored twice, made the other and was so busy swarming over the QPR defence it was impossible to work out where he was supposed to be playing.
Mr Bowen, who managed the now-closed St James Care Home inSwansea, failed to prevent a member of staff, his wife, Maria Baltazar, mistreating a man with Down's Syndrome.
Ironically, Bowen got the chance to guard two prominent players seeing action in the ongoing NBA Finals - Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors and LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
From all indications, there seems to be a significant influx of students from various public tertiary institutions into Bowen University as well as into some other standard private universities in the country.
Bowen is reported to have referred to the professionals as "idiots" in a WhatsApp group on Tuesday.
Julie Bowen has filed for divorce from her estranged husband, Scott Phillips.
The histological features were suggestive of Bowen's disease.