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Charles De Gravelles - Later Political Activities
... "Kenny" Bowen of Lafayette on grounds that Bowen was too much of a "micromanager" and too “unstable” to run the city efficiently and fairly ... were obtained to have the recall election, the judge disqualified many of the names, and Bowen completed his third and final term in office ... Bowen had been a Republican in the 1960s and had worked with the deGravelleses ...
Bowen - Other
... Bowen (crater), a lunar crater HMAS Bowen, an Australian warship named after Bowen, Queensland Plant Bowen, a major coal-fired power plant in Georgia, US Bowen's ... Bowen's Kale, a calibration substance The Bowen knot, an emblem The Bowen ratio of energy flux The Bowen's reaction series Bowens International, a manufacturer of professional ...
Lindsay Bowen
... Lindsay Bowen (born October 25, 1983) is a former American professional women's basketball player ... Bowen grew up in Dansville, Michigan ... Bowen previously played basketball for Michigan State University ...
List Of Charmed Characters - Alphabetical Character Biographical Listings - Bowen, P.
... Bowen is a past life of Prue Halliwell and a blood relative depicted in the quasi-time travel based Pardon My Past which entangles the fate of the ... She is the daughter of Gregory Bowen who was the son of a Warren witch and Lola Mack ... Bowen's powers were possibly a development of the Warren power to freeze time, as ice breathing was not a power of the Halliwell line (as inherited from Melinda Warren) ...
Michael Bowen (artist) - San Francisco Beat Generation
... Michael Bowen moved to San Francisco in the late 50s, and along with fellow artist comrades Arthur Monroe and Michael McCracken, lived and worked out of 72 Commercial Street ... Painting spontaneous, impromptu, hectic canvases, along with assemblage and collage, Bowen became an integral part of the San Francisco Renaissance ... art patron and physician Reidar Wennesland befriended Bowen and many of his bohemian artist friends and collected their artwork ...

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    —Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)