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Synonyms for bowman

a person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow

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Larson passed Bowman with about seven laps left, but Bowman quickly regained the lead and smartly navigated his way to the victory.
Bowman Ingredients CEO Rory Bowman says: "Our food technologists have been working in direct response to consumer trends and general criticism of the nutritional profile of gluten-free products.
Circuit Court of Appeals where that court declined to extend Bowman to constructive discharge claims.
But Bowman's return to court last week was from custody, relating to another matter.
Bowman began to shrink in his seat as they opened things up for questions.
The other fisherman was fortunate to have been wearing a life jacket, Bowman said, because he was swept about half a mile downstream in the chilly water before he was able to make his way to shore.
VanCamp and Bowman have kept their romance out of the spotlight.
Founded in 1999, the Bowman Systems team develops software solutions for human services.
Bowman said the company will bid for media rights world-wide and develop new models for distributing sports and other TV content over the Internet, known as over-the-top, or OTT, distribution.
Her book (Central Recovery Press) delves into just that, but Bowman says her alcohol abuse started when she was still single and could drink alone with only her roommate or her dog to call her out.
Bowman was unlucky not to double his and Gateshead's goal count on the half hour when he took down Cranston's ball to crash a shot against the underside of the bar.
A counter force to this trend is the young, engaging, extremely skilled Ariel Bowman who is tendering opinions about our brave new world by presenting us with a prehistoric one that, while seeming alien and unknowable, contains within it guidance and wisdom for the one we now inhabit.
Anthony Bowman, 60, was branded a callous and cruel "stranger to the truth" as he was sent to prison.
Mick Bowman, 56, from Throckley, also says he was pepper-sprayed in the eyes from six inches during his arrest by the Israeli occupying forces, following which he was detained for more than a day before being released.