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Bow·man

(bō'măn),
William, English ophthalmologist, anatomist, and physiologist, 1816-1892. See: Bowman capsule, Bowman discs, Bowman gland, Bowman membrane, Bowman muscle, Bowman probe, Bowman space.

Bow·man

(bō'măn),
Donald E., U.S. biochemist, 1908-2002. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Led by Bowman and Johnson, Hendrick placed each of its four cars in the top 11.
Bowman Ingredients' purpose-built manufacturing plant in Bedford uses state-of-the-art technology to manufacture gluten-free crumb through an innovative extrusion process.
Courts have split since that ruling, but Urbanski noted "significant numbers" of Virginia trial courts have recognized constructive discharge under Bowman.
Sentencing Bowman on the bail breach, Sheriff Morag Shankland told him: "I am going to impose a PS250 fine."
Steve Bowman might not have always been the toast of the Arkansas' upper crust outdoorsmen, but for the blue-collar hunting crowd, he was a member of the family.
"The fact that one gentleman was wearing a life jacket probably saved his life," Bowman said.
Although VanCamp and Bowman tried to keep their romance from the public, they have been spotted several times together.
For more than 15 years, Bowman Systems has provided industry-leading software systems to human services providers.
After the birth of her children, Bowman experienced postpartum depression and turned to alcohol as her coping mechanism.
Southport were stronger in the second half but Gillies put Gateshead ahead again on 69 minutes from the penalty spot after a Josh Thompson foul on Bowman.
Bowman's prodigious command of the ceramic medium is her gateway to suspend and balance an array of carefully researched, paleontological forms of prehistoric animals with a desire to communicate a decorated joy about nature's peaceful force as a source of liberation.
Prosecutor Harry Hadfield told how alcoholic Bowman deceived his long-standing friend.