American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Stowe, Harriet (Elizabeth) Beecher 1811-1896. American writer whose antislavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) had great political influence and advanced the cause of abolition.
- n. United States writer of a novel about slavery that advanced the abolitionists' cause (1811-1896)
“STOWE (AP) - Vermont State Police says a Stowe woman is recovering from a broken wrist and a laceration after she was hit by a town police cruiser while walking near the middle of a local road.”
“His mountaintop home in Stowe has an a outdoor hockey rink, an indoor soccer field and a two-story treehouse with electricity.”
“Laertes (Benjamin Stowe) was the sympathetic and ultimately broken brother, both delicate and enraged.”
“There are 221 properties for sale in Stowe, up from 179 a year ago, Heney says.”
“Stowe is a New England resort town that attracts affluent vacation home buyers.”
“A population of haves and have-nots has created a two-sided housing market in Stowe, Vt., in Lamoille County.”
“Stowe is still a popular vacation spot: Summers are lush, and in the winter, it's known as the ski capital of the East.”
“For someone crisscrossing oceans in a 70-foot sailboat to stay at sea for 1,000 days without stops or resupplies, Reid Stowe is one of the planet's most accessible people — online.”
“The blog press fawns over Edgio but gives 3Bubbles which Stowe is an advisor to the big thumbs down.”
“Chip Knight — 27, born in Stowe, Vt.; member of the 1998 Olympic team; tore a left knee ligament after the '98 Games and is slowly making his way back; runner-up in the 2000 Nor Am giant slalom and 2001 Nor Am slalom standings.”
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