American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rowe, Nicholas 1674-1718. English writer whose works include drama, poetry, and an edition of Shakespeare. He was appointed poet laureate in 1715.
- n. A surname.
“ROWE: What Michael said to me is, "Rowe, I need you to look out for my money.”
“Christopher Rowe is author of the month at Apex online which includes his sf ghost story "Queen of the Moon".”
“Jackson's ex-wife Deborah Rowe is the mother of the Jackson's two eldest children, but the guardianship petition lists her whereabouts as "unknown.”
“Watch out Seattle, Daniel Rowe is going reshape the landscape and bring us into the age of bicycle power!”
“The article features quotes from PunditMom, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner of Moms Rising and me.”
“The name of Dorothy Rowe is instantly going on the list as someone to look into, and I am just as appalled as you by the thought that a published author considers bypassing grief is possible or sensible.”
“In 1956, following a conversation with Colin Rowe, this study Kahn sent Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism, by Rudolph Wittkower.”
“Rowe is also sought for investigation of burglary in San Diego; counterfeiting in Denver; larceny in Lakewood, Colo.; probation violation in Arapahoe,”
“I believe Debbie Rowe is just in it for the money.”
“And as John Rowe is saying from Exelon, specifically saying that the renewable electricity standard is something that he supports.”
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