American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bowman, William Scott Known as "Scotty.” Born 1933. Canadian hockey coach who guided the Montreal Canadiens, the Pittsburgh Penguins, and the Detroit Red Wings to a total of seven Stanley Cup championships. In 1997 he became the first National Hockey League coach to win 1,000 regular-season games.
“This piece on the impact of political correctness by James Bowman is so good it almost makes up for the baffling, dismaying, and unusual lack of a new post on Remonstrans on this otherwise quiet Friday. from → Observations”
“Jo Ann Bowman is another smart cookie. .a little too liberal, maybe, but a thinking and approachable person ..”
“Honestly, I have no idea whether Bowman is considering the trade scenario I've laid out.”
“But Bowman is quick to point out that Republicans are likely to do well in next Tuesday's election despite the fact that many voters view them even more negatively than Democrats.”
“Michael Bowman is the senior director of policy here.”
“Long enough to visit the museum in Bowman, though, which was really fascinating because they had dinosaur bones!”
“But let's remember this: Bowman is a master dissembler and is prone to making disingenuous comments at times such as these; comments designed to deflect any suspicions that he may have had a role in this decision.”
“Presumably Bowman is a Native Hawaiian, or an American Indian or something.”
“Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe are the only members of the 800-goal club, and Scotty Bowman is the only coach to reach 1,000 wins.”
“The Cowboys began their third possession at the Georgia 47 and scored on Reid's pass to Bowman from the 20.”
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