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Synonyms for bowman

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


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It was just incredible," Katy Bowman said during an interview in the couple's home.
Bowman strongly denied last week that she did anything wrong in handling the surgical hospitals' complaint against United HealthCare of Arkansas and the other large health insurers in the state, Arkansas Blue Cross & Blue Shield and QualChoice of Arkansas.
For five years Bowman took lessons with George and participated in competitions using his tap skills.
Carroll first met Bowman in 1972 at Iceland in Van Nuys, when Bowman was just 5.
Bowman, aged 29 when his wife died, claims he awoke to find her not breathing.
Jonathan Glick and Robert Bowman represented the landlord, P&R Fasteners, and Resource Realty represented the tenant, Prismeon Cable.
Delivering strong writing skills to our 1,600 11th and 12th grade students is critical, and not just for passing the high-stakes Ohio Graduation Test, an exam that has gotten more difficult," Bowman says.
The Bowman network uses Personal Role Radios (PRRs) working in the VHF band to provide secure voice communications and data exchange for individual service personnel.
Today, William Bowman Associates is part of The Bowman Group, headquartered in West Berlin, NJ.
Sentencing Bowman, Mr Justice Leveson said: ``For murdering your wife, skilfully avoiding detection for over 20 years, depriving your children of their mother and damaging so many lives beyond your own the sentence is fixed by law.
Bowman took a great leap across the East River, moving to quarters on Manhattan's Wall Street, making Bowman the first black-owned business there.
Bowman manages to take stereotypical tragic mulatta mythology and turn it on its head with a modern story of personal conflict and family ties.
Shearer Davis Bowman continues the trend in this interesting comparative examination of mid-nineteenth-century slaveholding planters and Prussian Junkers.
Bowman, with 40 employees, isn't limited to selling life insurance (such as the companies making up the BE Insurance List).
Oncology Marketing Research Expert Bill Bowman to Spearhead Efforts Targeted at Meeting the Industry's Growing Needs for Information and Insight in This Complex Category