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There follows A description of the author's own residence, now known as Fowler's Folly, at Fishkill, of which more below.
* Northeast Journal: Fowler's Folly, Fishkill, NY

Fowler's and fell
As arsenical compounds are notably toxic and carcinogenic — with side effects such as cirrhosis of the liver, idiopathic portal hypertension, urinary bladder cancer, and skin cancers — Fowler's solution fell from use.

Fowler's and into
Still, into the late 1950s, Fowler's solution — also termed liquor potassii arenitis, Kali arsenicosum, or Kali arseniatum — was prescribed in the United States for a wide range of diseases, including malaria, chorea, and syphilis.
The house was inspired by Fowler's book, and is a good example of his theories put into practice.
" Imperial Latin went on into English literature ; Fowler's History of Roman Literature mentions it in 1903.
The school was divided into houses as before, but with new names: Alison's, Bryant's, Crewe's, Evans ', Fowler's, McClymont's, Rudd's and Wright's.
Under Fowler's management, Jacobson's saw a significant increase in sales and expanded into Florida.
She returned to Fowler's works for conversion into a showman's engine, which entailed the addition of a dynamo bracket in front of the chimney, and a full-length canopy, among other things.

Fowler's and was
Another popular early project was Jonathon Fowler's JFDuke3D, which in December 2003 received backing from the original author of Build, programmer Ken Silverman.
While a few short-lived DOS based EDuke projects emerged, it was not until the release of EDuke32, an extended version of Duke3D incorporating variants of both Fowler's Microsoft Windows JFDuke3D code and Saettler's EDuke code, by one of 3D Realms ' forum moderators in late 2004 that EDuke's scripting extensions received community focus.
Alexander was educated at Hawtreys and Harrow School, there participating as the 11th batsman in the sensational Fowler's Match against Eton College in 1910.
The term was later exported to France ( H. W. Fowler's Modern English Usage ).
Proceeding considerably to the north from Fowler's Bay the country was found to be very dry.
Since 1845, Fowler's solution was a leukemia treatment.
An Act of Parliament was drawn up to control the area, and Charles Fowler's neo-classical building was erected in 1830 to cover and help organise the market.
George Johann Scharf's illustration of the market before Fowler's hall was built in 1830
He said " In those days, arsenic was quite a common tonic, usually given in the form of a solution ( Fowler's Solution )," and suggests this was the cause of the high levels.
Although it was the truth in Fowler's case, the expression later became a smokescreen for politicians who had quit high-profile roles for slightly more dark or controversial reasons.
In his 2010 book At Home, author Bill Bryson suggests that Siddal may have suffered from poisoning, because she was a " devoted swallower " of Fowler's Solution, a so-called complexion improver made from dilute arsenic.
This was against Fowler's principles, and when it became clear that no compromise on this matter was possible, he resigned.
The Word Man, a play about Fowler's life and career by the writer Chris Harrald, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Afternoon Play on 17 January 2008.
In Fowler's original study, the anatomic dead space was 156 ± 28 ml ( n = 45 males ) or 26 % of their tidal volume.
Rocky decides to flee the farm the next day, leaving behind Fowler's medal and the second half of his poster, showing that Rocky was actually a stunt rooster, only " flying " by being shot out of a cannon.
Matt Weinstock, a Los Angeles newspaper columnist, once remarked that Fowler's chili " was reputed to open eighteen sinus cavities unknown to the medical profession.
Fowler's first involvement with the Liverpool first team came on 13 January 1993, when he was an unused substitute in an FA Cup third round tie against Bolton Wanderers.
Fowler's partnership with Steve McManaman was largely described as the reason why Liverpool had become the club known for being the most potent attacking force in England at the time, and Fowler was renowned for scoring goals of all varieties, from every angle and distance, with McManaman describing him as the " greatest goalscorer of all time.
Stan Collymore, Fowler's strike partner from 1995 to 1997, said in his autobiography that Fowler was the best player he has ever played alongside.
Fowler's performance in the 1997 – 98 football season was marred by a knee ligament injury that kept him out of action for half the season and caused him to miss the 1998 World Cup.

Fowler's and by
* Fowler's Modern English Usage, an English language style guide originally by Henry Watson Fowler
The 1911 edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica states that " he spelling ' tyre ' is not now accepted by the best English authorities, and is unrecognized in the US ", while Fowler's Modern English Usage of 1926 says that " there is nothing to be said for ' tyre ', which is etymologically wrong, as well as needlessly divergent from our own British older & the present American usage ".
Also recently announced in June 2006 are plans to open a wilderness education theme park sponsored by wildlife host Jim Fowler, to be called Jim Fowler's Life in the Wild.
Review of The New Fowler's Modern English Usage, by H. W. Fowler and ed.
In healthy lungs where the alveolar dead space is small, Fowler's method accurately measures the anatomic dead space by a nitrogen washout technique.
Fowler's return against Birmingham City in February 2006 was labelled by the tabloid press as the stuff of fairytales, and he himself said he felt like " a kid waking up on Christmas morning every day ".
In March 2006, manager Rafael Benítez commented on Fowler's work and progress by saying, " to buy a Robbie Fowler who is fit and scoring goals would cost a lot, maybe £ 10m or more ".
The third edition of Fowler's book, printed in 1853, has a new subtitle: A Home For All, or The Gravel Wall and Octagon Mode of Building, and was distinguished by Fowler's enthusiasm for concrete construction.
In Thomas Fowler's monograph on Shaftesbury and Hutcheson in the series of English philosophers ( 1882 ) he was able to supplement the printed materials for the Life by extracts from the Shaftesbury papers in the Record Office.
One of the main themes was the rivalry between the uniformed squad led by Inspector Fowler ( a sort of protagonist figure ) and the CID led by Detective Inspector Grim ( often Fowler's antagonist, though they were on the same side of the law ).
Lancaster's innate taste was only complimented by John Fowler's ( her decorator partner ) sense of color and knowledge of historic interiors.
However Robbie Fowler's penalty was saved by Middlesbrough goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and so City did not qualify for the UEFA Cup.
* The Jane Austen Book Club, a 2007 adaptation of Fowler's novel directed by Robin Swicord
Its success was wide – far beyond the original audience of civil servants – and Gowers was invited by the Oxford University Press to prepare a new edition of Fowler's Modern English Usage, which was in need of updating, having been in print since 1926 with only very minor changes.
* 1968-A Fowler's World: an account of days on the marsh and estuary, by Ian Niall.
' The situation was further aggravated by stories of McManaman and Robbie Fowler's lifestyles off the pitch following an interview with the magazine, Loaded, which depicted the duo as hedonists and scally characters, as well as stories about McManaman and Fowler's lack of decorum and disruptive influence in the dressing room.

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