American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rowland, F(rank) Sherwood Born 1927. American chemist who shared a 1995 Nobel Prize for his work on the chemical processes involved in the formation and decomposition of ozone.
“ROWLAND HEIGHTS - Setting money aside for a rainy day paid off big time for the Rowland Unified School District.”
“ROWLAND HEIGHTS - Nearly two dozen teachers in the Rowland Unified School District are improving their instruction methods and strategies without costing the district a penny.”
“And Kelly Rowland is wearing an unfortunate outfit.”
“The Rowland is a very enjoyable round as is the lower powered Super.”
“Style points: Delaware transfer Rowland is the Patriot”
“Meanwhile, Paul Rowland is publishing his as a blog and Rebecca East took the iUniverse and a website route.”
“To begin with, the man who rates his talent so high, Rowland, is himself without any, and thus a poor judge of it.”
“But Chris actualizes what for Rowland is mere imagining: Chris is a brilliant young novelist and feels like one, and he is a successful seducer to boot.”
“(Rowland is advised to cure himself by checking in to a local monastery named St. Justin Amadeus — a typically Sparky little reference to the most canonical case of creative envy in history.)”
“Rowland is consumed by jealousy of Chris's talent, and Spark's very short novel — short novella, even — charts the growth of that envy as it burgeons almost to madness.”
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