Owen Owen

Owen Owen was a Liverpool-based operator of department stores in the United Kingdom.

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Owen Owen - Former Department Stores
... Owen Owen Liverpool Basingstoke Bath, formerly James Colmer Birkenhead Blackpool Brighton, formerly Wades Chester, formerly William Jones Coventry Crawley Doncaster, formerly Verity ...
Lewis's - History
... a takeover by Liverpool-based competitor Owen Owen (see below) ... This resulted in Liverpool competitor Owen Owen buying up several branches of Lewis's (but retaining the Lewis's brand name on those purchased stores) Sir Philip Green revived the selling of toys on a large scale ... This followed the sale of other branches of Lewis's from Owen Owen to other operators such as Debenhams and Allders during the 1990s ...
List Of Department Stores Of The United Kingdom - Defunct Department Store Groups
... and branches) - Group of 4 department stores acquired by Owen Owen ... A number of stores were subsequently acquired by Owen Owen ... (Cardiff and branches) - Group of 35 department stores, 8 of which were acquired by Owen Owen ...
T J Hughes - History
... In 1925 the large department store group Owen Owen saw the need to move out of their Audbrey House site on London Road into the new centre of Liverpool at ... The then-chairman of Owen Owen, Duncan Norman, went to see the T J Hughes shop ... House for part-ownership of the business under Owen Owen ...
List Of People With Reduplicated Names - People With The Same Personal Name and Family Name - Welsh People
... (1833–1902) Llewelyn Lewellin (1798–1878) Owen Owen Owen Owen (school inspector) (1850–1920) Pryce Pryce-Jones (1834–1920) Rob Roberts (born c ...

Famous quotes containing the word owen:

    Shaking the heavy dews from bloom and frond.
    Bursting the surface of the ebony pond.
    —Wilfred Owen (1893–1918)

    By choice they made themselves immune
    To pity and whatever moans in man
    Before the last sea and the hapless stars;
    Whatever mourns when many leave these shores;
    Whatever shares
    The eternal reciprocity of tears.
    —Wilfred Owen (1893–1918)