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Spdfgh
... The founding members were Kim Bowers (as Wikky Malone) (guitar, vocals), Liz Payne (as Rosy Glo, Lou Marvel, Belle) (guitar, vocals), Tania Bowers (as Tania May) (bass guitar, vocals ... Kim and Tania Bowers also featured briefly in WTGTH before all the girls decided to pursue spdfgh only ... Kim Bowers recorded some electronic tracks under the name of 'Deep In Sound', which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1999 Australian film, Fresh Air ...
Conspiracy In Death - Plot Summary
... called to a crime scene by Officer Ellen Bowers, and Officer Troy Trueheart ... Officer Ellen Bowers is deranged, and obsessed with Eve ... night, going home to her apartment, still obsessing, Bowers is attacked, and killed ...
Bowers, Pennsylvania
... Bowers is a census-designated place in Maxatawny Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States ... Although Bowers has its own post office with the zip code of 19511, some residents are served by the Mertztown post office with the zip code of 19539 ...
List Of Aircraft (B) - B - Bowers
... (Peter M Bowers, Seattle WA.) Bowers Fly Baby Bowers Namu II. ...
Shane Bowers
... Shane Patrick Bowers (born July 27, 1971) is an American former Major League Baseball player ... After being selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 1993 Major League Baseball Draft, Bowers played in the minor leagues until 1997, when the Twins called him up to the major leagues ... Bowers last played in the minor leagues in 2004 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bowers:

    Sweet smiling village, loveliest of the lawn,
    Thy sports are fled and all thy charms withdrawn;
    Amidst thy bowers the tyrant’s hand is seen,
    And desolation saddens all thy green;
    One only master grasps the whole domain,
    And half a tillage stints thy smiling plain;
    Oliver Goldsmith (1730?–1774)

    How much better when the whole land is a garden, and the people have grown up in the bowers of a paradise.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Sometimes outside beneath a bombers’ moon
    You stood alone to watch the searchlights trace
    Their careful webs against the boding sky,
    —Edgar Bowers (b. 1924)