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Synonyms for bow-wow

the bark of a dog

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informal terms for dogs

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The fee to participate in Bow-WOW and Alley Cat Bowling is $25 in advance and $30 at the door and includes bowling as well as pizza, dessert, games and raffles.
And while some salons will turn down older dogs, elderly dogs are welcome at Bow-Wow.
Indeed, Bow-Wow PC9 seems in a fair way to be awarded an extra 'Liver' on his collar.
But this is all good; Bow-Wow likes having something to kick against.
Bow-Wow is eating his breakfast when a bug climbs onto his bowl.
Architects such as Atelier Bow-Wow, however, start not from observation and representation but analysis and documentation: They seek the hidden structures lurking behind the sensible world, breaking down different environments into abstract elements, and then assemble things that are self-consciously new, even if still clothed in familiar forms.
York says expanding the six-year-old Bow-Wow Video (www.
Happy Hounds already makes Bow-Wow Brownies, prepared with carob and peanuts (as an alternative to chocolate), and Apple and Spice Biscuits made with rice and oat flours, ideal for pups with corn and wheat allergies.
When seeking a site for their own home and office, Atelier Bow-Wow found this tricky flag-shaped site, in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
Ian's Doghouse Ales, based in converted kennels in Scorrier, Cornwall, makes beers named Wet Nose, Biter, Barking Hell and Bow-wow.
Based in Tokyo, the two partners in Atelier Bow-Wow, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima, have made their name with a series of small houses that inventively exploit unpromising or marginalised urban conditions.
Archilab's Earth Buildings gives this theme a particular contemporary twist, though Atelier Bow-Wow perhaps pinpoint the phenomenon with greater accuracy than the title.
The book ends with some unexplained photographs by 11 artists; a section devoted to some kind of workshop held by Peripheriques together with Atelier Bow-wow in Tokyo; and, finally, two longer pieces on urban projects by Chemetoff and Lion, notwithstanding that the former was the victim of a particularly vicious attack by Claude Parent earlier in the book, and thereby providing further evidence that editorial discipline is not the strongpoint of the IN-EX team.
Atelier Bow-Wow are a young partnership based in Tokyo, who combine teaching with practice.