[gou-er, gawr, gohr]
- John,1325?–1408, English poet.
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I've sold up every stick and stone, and I've taken a house in Gower Street.Young Mr. Barter's Repentance
David Christie Murray
Gower's balloon was found floating on the ocean, but Eloy's balloon was not found.The Book of the Damned
"They travaile in every londe," says Gower of them, in his "Confessio Amantis," ed.
Gower then decides to withdraw, and make, as he says, "beau retraite."
A view of Gower's tomb is in my "Piers Plowman," 1894, p. 46.
- the Gower a peninsula in S Wales, in Swansea county on the Bristol Channel: mainly agricultural with several resorts
- David (Ivon). born 1957, English cricketer: played in 117 test matches (1978–1992), 32 as captain; scored 8,231 test runs
- John. ?1330–1408, English poet, noted particularly for his tales of love, the Confessio Amantis
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