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(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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Bowles played for QPR from 1972 - 1979, making more than 300 appearances and scoring more than 90 goals.
Never again,' Bowles said in reply to a tweet asking if he still wants to play for the Hotshots.
The Bowles Device is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Re-creating Paul Bowles, the Other, and the Imagination, is perhaps the first significant full-length study of the artist's work since his death in 1999 and certainly the most comprehensive evaluation, to date, of Bowles' eclectic output.
The Bowles and DLH management teams will join forces, with John Saxon of DLH assuming the role of CEO and Sri Sridhara of Bowles assuming the role of president.
Five years earlier and just four days after Sunderland had won the FA Cup, Bowles and QPR visited Roker Park, where Sunderland paraded the trophy around the ground before placing it on a table at the side of the pitch.
Most recently, Bowles, who died in 1973, has inspired plays by Jarcho (Nomads, which ran in June at the Incubator Arts Project in a production directed by Reagan) and Kempson (Fondly, Collette Richland, which the ensemble Elevator Repair Service will perform in New York City in the fall of 2015).
Bowles — perhaps like other writers gathered in Tangier in the early 1970s — saw illiteracy and "primitivism" as a privileged state.
Andy Mackie, another Dumballs Road landowner whose firm Harlech Industrial Doors employs around 100 workers, said: "None of the other landowners have any faith in Mr Bowles and want the Bellerophon scheme to go ahead.
Samuel Bowles, The New Economics of Inequality and Redistribution (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012)