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Cowley suffered for 15 years before being offered treatment, and the first time he tried it, in 2004, it didn’t help.
KENNETH E. COWLEYChairman, R.M. Williams Holdings Cowley, 76, is the director with perhaps the oldest ties to Murdoch.
Cowley had but twenty-three men, and, though others praised him, he was himself dissatisfied with the state of his district.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
But in this view even the "metaphysical verse" of Cowley is but evidence of the simplicity and single-heartedness of the man.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
The taste of the day runs more upon conceits and extravagances, such as Cowley would have admired, and which he might have envied.
This same portrait is also well engraved for Ankars's edition of Cowley; and also in that by Aikens, in 8vo.
Cowley addresses his chapter Of Gardens (which strongly paints his delight in them) to Mr. Evelyn.