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Fowler can refer to: Fowler is a surname, and may refer to Alfred Fowler, British astronomer Ally Fowler, Australian actress Art Fowler, American baseball player & pitching coach Arthur Fowler, fictional character from EastEnders Boob Fowler, American baseball player Brian Fowler, New Zealand cyclist Bruce Fowler, American trombonist Calvin Fowler, American basketball player Charles Fowler...


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  • Division of Fowler, an electoral district in the Australian House of Representatives, in New South Wales
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The Division of Fowler is an Australian Electoral Division in New South Wales. ... Fowler is a city in Fresno County, California, United States. ... Fowler is a town located in Otero County, Colorado, named for Orson Squire Fowler. ... Fowler is an unincorporated community in Adams County, Illinois, USA, and is located near Quincy. ... Fowler is a town located in Benton County, Indiana. ... Fowler is a city located in Meade County, Kansas. ... Fowler is a village located in Clinton County in the U.S. state of Michigan. ... Fowler is a town located in St. ... The Fowler River is a 6. ...


Fowlers solution is a remedy (or a tonic) that was discovered in 1786 and prescribed for a range of ailments for over 150 years. ... Flaps are hinged surfaces on the trailing edge of an airplane wing which, when deployed, increase the lift (and drag) of a wing by changing the camber of the airfoil. ... A Dictionary of Modern English Usage, often referred to simply as Fowlers Modern English Usage, or Fowler, is a style guide to British English usage, authored by Henry W. Fowler. ... 1916-built John Fowler & Co. ... Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...

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Robbie Fowler - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1772 words)
Fowler, as of March 2005, is the third highest scorer in Premiership history, only behind Andy Cole and Alan Shearer, which considering his low scoring form of the 2000s, really underscores what a mercurial and prodigious talent he was in the 1990s.
Fowler was ranked with Alan Shearer as one half of "two of the most awesome finishers in English Football" by commentators like Alan Parry and Fowler further sealed this reputation as he scored more than 30 goals for three consecutive seasons, up to 1997.
Fowler's return against Birmingham City F.C. in February 2006 was labelled by the press as the stuff of fairytale, and not only did he come on to a rapturous reception in his first appearance for Liverpool in 4 years, Fowler created several openings and had an acrobatic goal ruled out for offside.
Fowler's Modern English Usage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (433 words)
Fowler covers in detail many issues of usage, from plurals and literary techniques to distinctions between similar words and the usage of foreign terms.
Fowler's first edition of 1926 remained in print for many years, but more recent editions have updated the book.
Fowler concludes that split infinitives should not attract as much attention as they do, and says that they are indeed sometimes the best way to express one's meaning.
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