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Synonyms for bowler

a cricketer who delivers the ball to the batsman in cricket

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a player who rolls balls down an alley at pins

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a felt hat that is round and hard with a narrow brim

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And madcap inventor Alistair McBride demonstrates his bowler hat stove in 1962 - designed for the thirsty gent who wants to drink tea wherever he goes.
Residents in the north and west of the city were shocked when people wearing bowler hats and collarettes assembled in the grounds of Farset on the Springfield Road.
And the daft antics of a couple of men in bowler hats are set to attract large crowds to Elland this weekend.
They would also use bowler hats whenever the club needed to move trout spawn from one mountain lake to another - an ideal receptacle.
THE King of Jordan laid a wreath in tribute to fallen soldiers today as more than 2,000 people wearing bowler hats marched in a military parade.
The wearing of bowler hats by Ascot staff is one of the most defining images of the royal meeting and when the track closed for redevelopment in 2004 the management had to give anxious staff assurances that the hat would not be lost from the uniform when the course reopened a couple of years later.
I READ of Coventry Watch Museum appealing for donations of waistcoats, bowler hats and aprons (Telegraph, April 26).
Children hid behind giant bowler hats, apples and clouds in the Living Wallpaper event, part of the gallery's "month of Magritte" family activities.
Gently lowered down to the stage on four chairs, the quartet, in matching dark raincoats and bowler hats, broke straight into No One's Gonna Sleep Tonight.
Oxfam Cymru organised a collection of "bankers" - complete with bowler hats and briefcases - to entertain shoppers with a routine to Abba's tune Money, Money, Money.
We are unable to pinpoint the exact date of the event, but the men, wearing bowler hats and some carrying walking sticks, were dressed in their Sunday best for the occasion.
The girls paid homage to gay icon Liza Minnelli with Cabaretstyle bowler hats and suspenders.
Princes William and Harry swapped their military uniforms for bowler hats and City suits yesterday as they marched together in an Army parade.
THE SCIENCE OF JAMES BOND: From Bullets tO Bowler Hats to Boat Jumps, the Real Technology behind 007's Fabulous Films
Grimonprez justifies his somewhat counterintuitive combination of artists by pointing to the influence of de Chirico on both Magritte and Hitchcock, to the latter's interest in Surrealism in general, and to the supposed similarity between the archetypal Hitchcock image and Magritte's men in bowler hats. There are, however, fundamental differences: Magritte's men are anonymous figures, often Ruckenfiguren, whereas Hitchcock was, in spite of conventional attire, anything but neutral--an immediately recognizable profile.