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- n. One who rows.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who rows with an oar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who rows, or manages an oar in rowing.
- n. One given to rows; a quarrelsome or disorderly fellow.
- n. A workman who roughens cloth preparatory to shearing; a rougher.
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- n. someone who rows a boat
Teutiaplas looked at him, “Vengeance, rower, is a never ending storm.”
The rower is my nemesis, and my perpetual goal is to get 100 meters in 20 seconds.
Location: Not where you think actually, a rower is a really good choice.
If only one 'rower' is in charge, you just go in circles.....
The name "rower" comes from its mode of operation.
I am a 39 yr old Male 183cm 90kg 192.6 pounds for you fellas, train up to 6 times a week usually 3 days on weights and 3 days on a concept2 rower which is my true passion, up to 30 k a week.
Athletes such as rower Dave Smith demonstrate this point.
They remind him of his father, a retired eye surgeon and world champion rower.
Even though the former All Black back-rower has now been replaced by the club stalwart Pete Anglesea, Hodgson is adamant that he will stand by a deal worked out with the Hertfordshire club.
Leicester responded swiftly through the tall Kiwi back-rower Craig Newby but Northampton's Stephen Myler was quietly impressive and Soane Tonga'uiha made his usual inroads.