- Nicholas,1674–1718, British poet and dramatist, poet laureate 1715–18.
Examples from the Web for rowe
Contemporary Examples of rowe
Rowe says 75 percent of his patients are in their 30s and 40s.Beware the Designer Vagina
July 25, 2014
Rowe said Jackson was self-conscious about his skin troubles and often likened himself to the Elephant Man.
Rowe admitted she suggested that she and Jackson have a child after his divorce from Lisa Marie Presley in 1996.
Rowe was recruited by the FBI in March 1960 and encouraged to join the Eastview Klavern of the Alabama Klan.
Rowe spent his last years working as a private investigator in Savannah, Georgia.
Historical Examples of rowe
Sim Phinney grinned at Mr. Rowe, who was very much embarrassed.The Depot Master
Joseph C. Lincoln
Then he took out his pencil and book and put a series of interrogations to Rowe.The Rainy Day Railroad War
Then the messenger was sent after Rowe with more definite instructions.
No, sir, you will find that Lieutenant Rowe stood in with this game!
He had only five men to help him; Sewall and Dow and Rowe and two others.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands
- Nicholas . 1674–1718, English dramatist, who produced the first critical edition of Shakespeare; poet laureate (1715–18). His plays include Tamerlane (1702) and The Fair Penitent (1703)