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bowser

(ˈbɑʊzɚ)
n. a person with a dog face or ugly face. (Typically applied to females.) Fred went out with a real bowser but said he had a good time anyway.
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More than 140,000 homes have since had their water supply restored - yet 10% of the bowsers are still missing.
RELIEF: Girl gets water from Tewkesbury tank; FILLING STATION Getting water from bowser in Gloucs
Currently, Bowser has one office and 15 employees, but he has plans to open sales offices on the East and West Coasts this year.
41-56, for a criticism of Cripps; Gaines; Regester; Musser; Bowser and Spence; Bowser, Gaines, and Musser.
Despite the challenging market conditions of early 2001, and the general slowdown in technology purchase that continues to characterise the market, the group has maintained an upward revenue trend,' said Mr Bowser.
Bowser is not only released as Open Source, but has also been submitted to the Apple App Store and will be available as a free download.
The celebration on the Tantasqua sideline was short-lived, however, as Bowser tied it 67 seconds later.
Bowser took the well deserved runner-up spot, breaking the 30-minute barrier with 29.
Bowser and colleagues recently tested 874 fish from seven sites in Lake Superior in collaboration with the US Geological Survey (USGS) Western Fisheries Research Center in Seattle.
The game flicks between Mario and Luigi's adventure through Bowser's innards, while direct control over Bowser is also possible, offering a wonderfully surreal experience.
Grandmother Louvaine Whiles, 72, of Hartford Crescent, said: "It is ridiculous because they brought a bowser in, people are coming from all over the place to use it and there is no water in it.
She said: "What's the use of just one bowser for the whole of our street and the Hartlands Estate behind us?
They were told to clean up their mess with a water bowser.
With roughly 14 million people who contribute to a defined contribution plan, such as a 401(k) or a 403(b), switching jobs each year; Bowser says the market is growing, He forecasts revenues of $2 million this year for his Charlotte, North Carolina-based company.
With painstaking research and outstanding skill scholars Pearl Bowser and Louise Spence have written an important historical document on the accomplishments of Oscar Micheaux.