American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Davies, Arthur Bowen 1862-1928. American painter who was the chief organizer of the revolutionary Armory Show in 1913.
- Davies, Sir Peter Maxwell Born 1934. British composer whose avant-garde choral, vocal, and instrumental works draw on medieval and Renaissance traditions and are noted for their shocking, violent style.
“Kevin Davies is proving that you are never too old to be a new face.”
“And despite a remarkable comeback to regain everyday functions, Davies is still a long way from returning to pre-accident form.”
“Well Davies is a physicist not a biologist or biochemist.”
“Paul Davies is another authority who highlights the many difficulties that an RNA first scenario presents.”
“The summarize the point that Davies is trying to make: from what we presently know it is virtually impossible to extrapolate what we have learned in the lab to some hypothetical process that may have occurred, out there someplace, a long, long time ago “in the wild.””
“Episode 170: Part three of "Pestworld" by Colin Davies, read by Paul Cole and "The Bilboard" by Doug Hilton, read by the author.”
“Some of Hodgson's signings at Blackburn were criticised, most notably his decision to pay Southampton £7. 25m for a raw, unsophisticated 21-year-old striker, Kevin Davies, who is now in the England squad.”
“Kevin Davies should enjoy his moment in the international spotlight whilst he can because history suggests it will be brief”
“The pragmatic attitude towards illustrious opponents was probably shaped when Sam Allardyce was in charge and Davies is adamant that the approach of the former Bolton manager was practical rather than cynical: He never once said: 'Go out and start kicking people.”
“Davies is a durable character who will not care how the invitation came his way.”
Looking for tweets for Davies.