Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at fowles.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • At 6-6, Sylvia Fowles is a difference maker, but Tigers need some outside shooters and inside threats to complement her.

    USATODAY.com - Final 2006 USA TODAY women's coaches' poll

  • The Collector (1963) by John Fowles is told in part from the viewpoint of a man who has kidnapped a young woman and is keeping her prisoner in his cellar.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Voice Q&A: Evil Narrators and Guy Talk

  • With long arms, quick feet, and a 6-foot-6 frame, Fowles is an intimidating presence in the middle of the defense.

    USATODAY.com - Women's Basketball - Louisiana St. vs. Connecticut

  • Hi, I'm a bit wary of commenting here, 'cos what I've to share about John Fowles is nowhere as eloquent as what you've put -- so I won't:)

    Fowles Play

  • In 1980 an elderly former employee of Scott & Fowles donated several hundreds of files from the company to the Cincinnati Art Museum, who, in turn, donated them to the Archives of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. It is just possible that that 2.2 linear feet of documents may contain some reference to the present picture.

    Caroline Matilda Sotheron at Sea

  • Nor indeed do we know how the New York dealers Scott & Fowles ultimately disposed of the Adelaide Lawrence, if in other words they found a local buyer; it seems at least possible, because the United States did not enter the War until April 1917, and money was still plentiful in New York, despite the economic malaise of 1913 – 14.

    Caroline Matilda Sotheron at Sea

  • When your parcel came to hand we had just devourd a couple of fine Fowles sent us from Stanford

    Letter 305

  • Writers such as John Fowles, Lawrence Durrell, Iris Murdoch and Anthony Burgess have also seen dips in their posthumous reputations, but are likely to be reassessed.

    Bibliophilia for Beginners

  • Craig Fowles, NZWC's sustainability manager, said: It's a very important certification as it is a full-life cycle carbon approach.

    New Zealand wine first in world to come with carbon footprint label

  • Fowles admitted that with consumers watching their spending, price is the dominant factor for wine producers at the moment: Ethics and the environment are lower priorities.

    New Zealand wine first in world to come with carbon footprint label

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.