As Vidal grew frailer, Bowers bought men round “to just sit with him.”
Then Bowers would collapse into bed with the actor and the two would fool around.
At the height of I Love Lucy, Bowers says, he set up Desi Arnaz with two to three women a week.
Like Justice Powell in Bowers, Justice Kennedy then changed his vote.
“He would not suck your cock,” Bowers says during a colorful interview at a Santa Monica hotel.
"You're a fine sort of shipmaster," exclaimed the indignant Captain Bowers.
Nor will we pluck the pretty flowers, That grow about the beds and Bowers.
Sir Hero is revelling in the wars, or in Armida's Bowers; Mr. Poet has spied a wrinkle; the brush is for the rose in its season.
They are in Bowers, in garlands, in heaps and mounds—I smell them now.
Mrs. Bowers looked around at the farmer and his wife with an air of indulgent pity.
Old English bur "room, hut, dwelling, chamber," from Proto-Germanic *buraz (cf. Old Norse bur "chamber," Swedish bur "cage," Old High German bur "dwelling, chamber," German Bauer "birdcage"), from *bu- "to dwell," from PIE root *bheue- "to be, exist, dwell" (see be). Modern spelling developed after mid-14c. Sense of "leafy arbor" (place closed in by trees) is first attested 1520s. Hence, too, Australia's bower-bird (1847).