Bowling Green

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a town in southern Kentucky

a field of closely mowed turf for playing bowls

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5 million over the last four years at Bowling Green.
Bohica Saxophone Quartet, Bowling Green, OH: Michael Ibrahim, soprano saxophone; James Flowers, alto saxophone; Jeffrey Price, tenor saxophone; Lee Morrison, baritone saxophone; John Sampen, coach
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I understand there was another bowling green in Berry Brow belonging to the former Labour Club, which was between School Lane and the railway, on the site now occupied by the flats of Fare Hill and Wain Court," he said.
The Medical Center at Bowling Green is consistently recognized as a top tier hospital, especially in cardiac care and surgery, where advanced pulse oximetry is so necessary.
BMW of Bowling Green is excited to extend these offers to the greater Bowling Green, Kentucky area.
WORK is under way to construct a new bowling green in the grounds of Hanging Heaton Cricket Club in Dewsbury.
The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation allocated $854,000 to renovate Bowling Green.
CTS CAR TOP SYSTEMS held a grand opening celebration at its new 36,000- square-foot Bowling Green plant Thursday, Sept.
Bowling Green University in Ohio stands to make up to $850,000 from the sale of a piece of baseball history.
com)-- BMW of Bowling Green is a local BMW dealer, serving the greater Bowling Green area.
vandalised The top bowling green at Ravensknowle Park, a victim of vandals
in City Hall Park on July 25, and in Bowling Green Park on August 1 and August 8.
Payne also served as General Manager of WBKO Television, Bowling Green, KY, from 1970 to 1997 and was part owner and President of WBKO from 1976 to 1983 when the station was sold to Benedek Broadcasting Corporation.