American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bowell, Sir Mackenzie 1823-1917. British-born Canadian prime minister (1894-1896) who later led the Conservative opposition (1896-1906).
“When Imhotep expresses his love for Lillian, Prof. Bowell replies, You are the property of the British Museum.”
“A corpse in bandages named Imhotep IV woos Lillian Bowell, daughter of the scientist who has brought him to London sometime in the late 1800s.”
“Two years aren't much, but they're enough to put him ahead of seven past prime ministers: Abbott, Bowell, Tupper, Meighen, Clark, Turner and Campbell all served shorter terms.”
“Through my substantial research, this movie was thankfully not directed by Huge Bowell.”
“Most likely, but nothing can stink quite like a Bowell moving picture.”
“Bowell in 1981 and it is named after our man Geoffrey.”
“Bowell must have been reading the House of Fame before he discovered this asteroid.”
“When famous Egyptologist Professor Bowell is out of town and his daughter takes the world-renowned Imhotep IV out of her father's collection, it's only because she's lonely.”
“Lillian Bowell, daughter of the greatest British archaeologist, the esteemed Professor Bowell, needs an escort so she can walk to Kensington.”
“Upon enough pressure, sit on Bowell and press hard enough to get all banana stuff with anal grease out.”
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