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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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Death and madness, nothingness or chaos--these are the alternatives Bowles believes await anyone who tries to pierce the veil of our ordinary, daily illusions.
The deceased victim met Bowles at a gay bar and allowed him to live at his residence for 1 week prior to the murder.
This partnership will allow Bowles to accelerate our growth initiatives and reinforce our deep commitment to provide our customers with the highest levels of product quality, innovation, and service.
Bowles called on assembled Corenet members to pressure elected officials to reject partisanship and turn their attention to the "fiscal cliff' of tax and spending cuts scheduled to take effect in January.
The fiscal path the country is on is not sustainable, according to Bowles, who cited that 100 percent of the revenue produced last year was consumed by mandatory spending, such as Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare, and interest on the nation's debt.
No such luck for Bowles though as Elliott, 32, chose owner John Earls's post-Galway party at his pub, the Earl Inn in Kiltulla, on Sunday.
Mr Bowles said the original letter was issued to deal with malicious claims and not intended to obstruct councillors who had genuine concerns about staff.
Bowles eventually found his way back to the state he had loved as a boy, and, in fewer than six years as president of ConocoPhillips Alaska, made an indelible impact as a corporate business leader, philanthropist, conservation advocate and friend.
I was one of many who withdrew their membership of the National Osteoporosis Society because of Iris Swain's attitude to Mrs Parker Bowles.
THE Prince of Wales is to marry Camilla Parker Bowles.
Paul Bowles, Magic & Morocco takes a personal turn as author Hibbard dares to speak to Bowles directly, addressing him from beyond the grave.
William Augustus Bowles was born in 1763 in Frederick, on the Maryland frontier to Thomas and Eleanor Bowles, immigrants from London.