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The workmen seated before it, break the pieces of mixed ore, called bowse in Derbyshire, with the bucker.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Mrs. Bowse's house was provided with a parlor in which her boarders could sit in the evening when so inclined.
Mrs. Bowse, his hard-worked landlady, began by being calmed down by his mere bearing when he came to apply for his room and board.
It was a knock, and Tembarom jumped up and threw the door open, thinking Mrs. Bowse might have come on some household errand.
He returned to Mrs. Bowse's boarding-house so late that night that even Steinberger and Bowles had ended their day.