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Fow·ler

(fow'lĕr),
George R., U.S. surgeon, 1848-1906. See: Fowler position.
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Fowler said last year's donation was around $28,000.
Fowler remonstrated with a crewman then the vessel's skipper who told him he could go nowhere as he was not booked to complete the journey Procurator-fiscal Duncan Mackenzie said Fowler became "extremely angry" and refused to get off the ship.
A cousin of former Liverpool footballer Robbie Fowler, himself as the alpha in this fight, but Fitzgerald is also an attractive, attacking fighter.
Dembele, now 6-1-2 with two early, was fighting for the first time out of France, but the Dave Coldwell-trained Fowler sent him back with his tail between his legs.
Allen took home the PS100 winner's prize, while Fowler went home with PS50 as runner-up.
Fowler was deducted a point in the second for apparent holding before Assomo tumbled to the canvas - a tangle of legs was the verdict, rather than a legitimate knockdown.
Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy are hogging the spotlight at the moment, but Fowler won three times last year and is arguably the player best equipped to upset the Holy Trinity in the months to come.
Criticized in an anonymous survey by some of his peers for not being able to win, Fowler answered with a captivating victory at The Players Championship.
"David Fowler devoted his life to helping veterans who have spinal-cord injury or disease," says Bill Lawson, national president of PVA.
Laing has done a great job of ferreting out the details of Fowler's life and making a few suppositions along the way as to what exactly happened to Fowler at times in his life.
Fowler said that he would be interested in setting up a training centre in the country with the help of his former club.