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Bowles
Bowles is an English and Irish surname of Norman origin. Notable people with the surname include: Brian Bowles (baseball) (born 1976), US baseball player

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Bowles is an English and Irish surname of Norman origin. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Brian Bowles (baseball) (born 1976), US baseball player
  • Brian Bowles (fighter) (born 1980), US mixed martial artist
  • Charles J. Bowles (1922–2005), US athletics coach
  • Chester Bowles (1901–1986), US diplomat and politician
  • Cory Bowles (born 1973), Canadian actor
  • Cyril Bowles (1916–1999), English bishop
  • Denzel Bowles (born 1989), American basketball player
  • Edward Augustus Bowles (1865–1954), British horticulturalist and writer
  • Erskine Bowles (born 1945), US businessman and politician
  • Evelyn M. Bowles (1921-2016) US politician
  • Frank Bowles (1902–1970), British solicitor and politician
  • Hamish Bowles (born 1963), British magazine editor
  • Ian Bowles (born circa 1966), environmentalist, businessman, politician, and former Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs
  • Jack Bowles (1890–1971), English cricketer
  • Jane Bowles (1917–1973), US writer
  • Janet Payne Bowles (1872-1948), US artist
  • John Bowles (author) (1751–1819), English lawyer and author
  • Jovan Bowles (born 1983), South African rugby player
  • Lynn Bowles (born 1963), British radio reporter
  • Martin Bowles, senior Australian public servant
  • Michael Bowles (1909–1998), Irish conductor and composer
  • Paul Bowles (1910–1999), US composer, author, and translator
  • Paul Bowles (footballer) (1957–2017), English football player
  • Peter Bowles (born 1936), English actor
  • Pinckney Downie Bowles (1835–1910), US lawyer and soldier
  • Ralston Bowles (born 1952), US musician
  • Ray Bowles (born 1975), US singer
  • Richard Spink Bowles (1912–1988), Canadian lawyer
  • Samuel Bowles (economist) (born 1939), US economist
  • Samuel Bowles (journalist) (1826–1878), US journalist
  • Sharon Bowles (born 1953), British politician
  • Skipper Bowles (1919–1986), US politician
  • Stanley Bowles (born 1948), English football player
  • Sydney Bowles (1880–1963), matriarch of the Mitford family
  • Thomas Bowles (1696–1773), English clergyman
  • Thomas Gibson Bowles (1841–1922), British journalist
  • Thomas J. Bowles, US physicist
  • Wayde Douglas Bowles (AKA Rocky Johnson) (born 1944), Canadian wrestler, father of Dwayne Johnson
  • William Bowles (disambiguation), multiple people with the name
  • Andrew Parker Bowles (born 1939), British military officer
  • Camilla Parker Bowles (born 1947), former name of the Duchess of Cornwall, wife of Prince Charles
  • Tom Parker Bowles (born 1974), British writer

Fictional characters:

  • "Sally Bowles," a short story in the 1939 novel Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood
    • Sally Bowles, fictional character in the 1966 stage musical Cabaret, based on the novel
    • Sally Bowles, fictional character in the 1972 film Cabaret, based on the musical
  • Snowy Bowles, fictional character in the television series Sweat, played by Heath Ledger
See also
  • Bowles, California, census-designated place in California, United States
  • Bowles Rocks
  • Bowles Hall, male residence dormitory at the University of California, Berkeley
  • Bowles v. Russell, 2007 U.S. Supreme Court case
  • Cape Bowles, South Shetland Islands
  • Mount Bowles, South Shetland Islands
Surname listThis page lists people with the surname Bowles. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.


The Sheltering Sky
The Sheltering Sky
A beautiful paperback edition of a landmark of 20th Century literature, by acclaimed author Paul BowlesIn this classic work of psychological terror, Paul Bowles examines the ways in which Americans apprehend an alien culture--and the ways in which their incomprehension destroys them. The story of three American travelers adrift in the cities and deserts of North Africa after World War II, The Sheltering Sky is at once merciless and heartbreaking in its compassion. It etches the limits of human reason and intelligence--perhaps even the limits of human life --when they touch the unfathomable emptiness and impassive cruelty of the dessert.

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Sweese 1104 Porcelain Bowls - Set of 4-28 Ounce (Top to the Rim) for Cereal, Salad and Desserts, White
Sweese 1104 Porcelain Bowls - Set of 4-28 Ounce (Top to the Rim) for Cereal, Salad and Desserts, White
Versatile & Stylish The bowls are great for enjoying your food, such as cereal, cream, salad, desserts and stews. The unique shape makes the bowl matching any occasions. They can be perfect decorations for kitchen, dinner party or restaurant. Best Gift Option They are packaged in a well wrapped box, a perfect gift for your friends and family on Housewarming, Wedding party, Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day, Christmas and New Year's Day. Why Choose Porcelain? Porcelain is made from kaolin clay. It is fired at temperatures in excess of 1,300 degrees Celsius and is fully vitrified, which makes it much sturdy than stoneware. Porcelain is generally white, gray or cream colored. It is smooth with a more delicate appearance. Porcelain ware is resistant to chip and stain, dishwasher and oven safe. Without containing any chemical, they are non-toxic, more healthy than other materials. YOUR CONFIDENCE ASSURED - PEACE OF MIND GUARANTEE✔ 30 Day No-Chip Warranty ✔ 100% Satisfaction Guarantee SEARCH NO MORE - YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACEAdd the Sweese Porcelain Bowls to your cart now!

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Dixie Ultra Paper Bowls, 20oz, 52 Count, Dinner or Lunch Size Printed Disposable Bowls
Dixie Ultra Paper Bowls, 20oz, 52 Count, Dinner or Lunch Size Printed Disposable Bowls
For nearly a century, Dixie has created products that make lives easier. From the first disposable paper cup to our strong, durable and stylish modern plates, the history of Dixie is one of bringing people together. Dixie Ultra paper plates and paper bowls will handle your heaviest meals, whether it is dinner, a holiday, or any other special occasion. With Dixie Ultra, you can focus on great conversation and keep coming back for seconds and thirds without need of a new plate! Every heavy duty, durable paper plate and paper bowl is microwavable, cut resistant and has a Soak Proof Shield, a proprietary coating that adds extra strength to every plate and bowl. All Dixie Ultra products (paper bowls and paper plates) manufactured in Georgia-Pacific facilities are kosher certified by the Orthodox Union.

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Certified International Large Cereal, Soup, or Pasta Bowls, Chelsea Collection, 6.1 Inch, Set of 6 Assorted Designs
Certified International Large Cereal, Soup, or Pasta Bowls, Chelsea Collection, 6.1 Inch, Set of 6 Assorted Designs
-GENEROUS SIZED BOWLS - 6.1 inch diameter porcelain bowls are ideal for cereal, soup, fruit, salads, main entrees, side dishes, desserts, and snacks-TOXIN FREE - Contains no lead or cadmium, making your dinnerware safe for daily use-CREATE A UNIQUE TABLE SETTING - Modern bowls feature bright, colorful geometric and floral patterns-EASY TO CARE FOR - Dishwasher and microwave safe; bowls can be stacked to conserve cabinet space-DELICATE-LOOKING, YET DURABLE - This bowl set is made of porcelain, which is resistant to cracking, staining, and scratchingLS-E

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DOWAN 010101160408008 Quality Ceramic Bowl, 10 OZ, White
DOWAN 010101160408008 Quality Ceramic Bowl, 10 OZ, White
At Dowan, we promise 30-day limited break-and-chip warranty. (Free replacement & Interesting porcelain gift)

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Sweese 1303 Porcelain Square Bowl Set - 14 Ounce Deep and Microwavable for Cereal, Soup and Fruit - Set of 6, White
Sweese 1303 Porcelain Square Bowl Set - 14 Ounce Deep and Microwavable for Cereal, Soup and Fruit - Set of 6, White
Attractive Design ▶ Square shape design - Square dinnerware set is more stable, easy for children to hold on their bowls.  ▶ White color - White color makes the bowls look more nice and elegant, great to decorate any tableware.  ▶ Deep enough - They are deep enough to hold cereal and soup without splashing up on you.  ▶ For daily use - The bowls are perfect for enjoying your food, such as cereal, cream, salad, desserts and stews. The unique shape makes the bowl matching any occasions. They can be perfect decorations for kitchen, dinner party or restaurant. Why Porcelain? Porcelain is made from kaolin clay. It is fired at temperatures in excess of 1,300 degrees Celsius and is fully vitrified, which makes it much sturdy than stoneware. Porcelain is generally white, gray or cream colored. It is smooth with a more delicate appearance. Porcelain ware is resistant to chip and stain, dishwasher and oven safe. Without containing any chemical, they are non-toxic, more healthy than other materials. YOUR CONFIDENCE ASSURED - PEACE OF MIND GUARANTEE ✔ 30 Day No-Chip Warranty ✔ 100% Satisfaction Guarantee SEARCH NO MORE - YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE Add the Sweese 1303 Porcelain Bowls to your cart now!

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Calypso Basics by Reston Lloyd Melamine Bowl, Set of 6, Turquoise
Calypso Basics by Reston Lloyd Melamine Bowl, Set of 6, Turquoise
Since 1972 Reston Lloyd has produced high quality enamel on steel kitchen, melamine, and acrylic accessories to produce Corelle Coordinates as well as their private brand Calypso Basics. In addition, Reston Lloyd is the exclusive distributor for both Romertopf and MAWA which are home & kitchen products from Germany. These high end quality products are one of the corner stones to Reston Lloyd, who focus on quality merchandise from Germany. Reston Lloyd's melamine dinnerware brings a lightweight option with class and sophistication. Each piece has a refined edge which gives the dining set a feel of quality while being lightweight and durable for everyday use. Great indoors or outdoors. Choose from our dinner plate, salad plate or bowl. BPA free, dishwasher safe. Not for microwave use.

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THE MIRACULOUS RESULTS OF EXTREMELY HIGH DOSES OF THE SUNSHINE HORMONE VITAMIN D3 MY EXPERIMENT WITH HUGE DOSES OF D3 FROM 25,000 to 50,000 to 100,000 IU A Day OVER A 1 YEAR PERIOD
THE MIRACULOUS RESULTS OF EXTREMELY HIGH DOSES OF THE SUNSHINE HORMONE VITAMIN D3  MY EXPERIMENT WITH  HUGE DOSES OF D3 FROM 25,000  to 50,000 to 100,000 IU A Day OVER A 1 YEAR PERIOD
300,000+ Copies Sold WorldwideThis updated edition has a fascinating new look at diabetes as an evolved defense to freezing damage in winter gone out of controlBook description: 144+ Pages of Fact-Packed Science Based Information-But FUN to read-Upon realizing that taking 4,000 IU of Vitamin D3 a day was not enough for me, I decided to embark on a "dangerous" experiment that directly contradicted everything MD's had told me for years: ” DON'T TAKE TOO MUCH VITAMIN D IT IS DANGEROUS!”I started taking 20,000 IU a day-50X times the recommended dose of 400 IU a day. After about 4 months upped the dose to 50,000 IU a day or 150X the old recommended “safe” dose I then boosted it to 100,000 IU a day or 300 x TIMES the old maximum safe dose!What happened over these last 10 months? Did I die? get sick? No! Just the opposite!! High dose Vitamin D3 therapy over the last year-CURED ALL MY CHRONIC CONDITIONS-SOME THAT I'D HAD FOR 20+ YEARS!1.A painful snapping hip syndrome which I had been suffering from for 23 years and no Dr could help me-It is now 100% gone. No pain and NO SNAPPING!!2.Yellow fungus infected toenails (under the nail)- I tried everything over 20 years and nothing worked-10 months of high dose Vitamin D3 and they are clear as a bell! 100% cured.3.A knobby bone spur on my elbow that made me look like Popeye the sailor man-It has now 100% dissolved and my elbow is back to the way it used to be 20 years ago.4.Painful , clicking, popping, stiff Arthritic shoulders that prevented me from even throwing a ball from home plate past the infield. A condition I’ve had for 15 years. Gone. No more popping snapping or clicking and I can throw the ball twice as far .5.A ganglion cyst that persisted on my wrist for over 5 years has shrunk from the size of half a golf ball to the size of a pea and now it is rock hard ,painless, and shrinking.6.A small subcutaneous cyst on my face that had not gone away for 20 years –now gone!7.AND-Without even trying my weight has dropped by 25 pounds from 204 to 179.This book tells you detailed results of my experiment, dangers to avoid, and also discusses a simple and elegant new theory that suggests how High Dose Vitamin D3 therapy Should help PREVENT OR CURE all the epidemics of disease and health issues that have been plaguing us since the 1980’s when Doctors started warning us to stay out of the sun and always use sunscreen. This has created the huge epidemics we see today of Obesity, Autism, Asthma, and many others!The theory is simple-Vitamin D3 is a hormone that your skin makes when you sit in the sun, it is not a vitamin it was just mislabeled when it was discovered. When your Vitamin D3 levels are low, your body gets you to prepare for winter by overeating, slowing you down to conserve energy, and even making you depressed to keep you housebound. Interestingly it is this same drop in Vitamin D3 levels that signals a bear to start hibernating!If your body expects famine-like conditions caused by winter to be likely- it will conserve your critical resources for the future. This leads to what I call the Incomplete Repair Syndrome which in turn causes most of the diseases humans face other than spontaneous gene mutations that cause syndromes and diseases caused exclusively by aging. High D3 can be used to prevent or treat a huge number of diseases MS, asthma, 17 kinds of cancer, lupus, arthritis, heart disease, obesity, depression, Parkinsons+many more...This IS the better mousetrap! Most MD's get just a basic 4 years in Med School, then work to earn not learn. I've researched diseases and aging for 20+ years, with a 10 year stint where I spent 12 hrs/day everyday in the Northwestern Med School's library just reviewing clinical and scientific studies! .I've had 3 major papers published; the journal has 5 Nobel Prizes between the editors. And described my papers as extremely exciting and of major importance

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The Duchess: Camilla Parker Bowles and the Love Affair That Rocked the Crown
The Duchess: Camilla Parker Bowles and the Love Affair That Rocked the Crown
In the first in-depth biography of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall—the infamous other woman who made the marriage of Britain’s Prince Charles and Princess Diana "a bit crowded"—esteemed royal biographer Penny Junor tells the unlikely and extraordinary story of the woman reviled as a pariah who, thanks to numerous twists of fate, became the popular princess consort.Few know the Windsor family as well as veteran royal biographer and journalist Penny Junor. In The Duchess, she casts her insightful, sensitive eye on the intriguing, once widely despised, and little-known Camilla Parker Bowles, revealing in full, for the first time, the remarkable rise of a woman who was the most notorious mistress in the world.As Camilla’s marriage to Charles approached in 2005, the British public were upset at the prospect that this woman, universally reviled for wrecking the royal marriage, would one day become queen. Sensitive to public opinion, the palace announced that this would never happen; when Charles eventually acceded to the throne, Camilla would be known as the princess consort. Yet a decade later British public sentiment had changed, with a majority believing that Camilla should become queen.Junor argues that although Camilla played a central role in the darkest days of the modern monarchy—Charles and Diana’s acrimonious and scandalous split—she also played a central role in restoring the royal family’s reputation, especially that of Prince Charles. A woman with no ambition to be a princess, a duchess, or a queen, Camilla simply wanted to be with, and support, the man who has always been the love of her life. Junor contends that their marriage has reinvigorated Charles, allowing him to finally become comfortable as the heir to the British throne.

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