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TheseDaysKids: You kids these days and your Bernard O'Dowd, and your Iowa Township, Iowa County, Iowa

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Australian writer/poet/journalist Bernard O'Dowd (April 11,1866), author of "The Silent Land” (1906) et al.

ThisiPhone1: Anyway BORINGLY Evangeline Fryer/O'Dowd is somewhat overshadowed in the history books by her husband Bernard O'Dowd, who is honestly an interesting man, but this is a women's thread, sorry Bernard. Google him if you like. PS he's not boring at all it's just not his turn.

rodneyjaguars57: 1. Sugar Ray Robinson 2. Harry Greb 3. Carlos Monzon 4. Marvin Hagler 5. Bernard Hopkins 6. Tommy Ryan 7. Mickey Walker 8. Mike O’Dowd 9. Stanley Ketchel 10. Mike Gibbons

CalHiSports: Other schools mentioned in Top 15 State Coaching Changes for football: Bishop O'Dowd Calabasas Del Oro Eastlake (Chula Vista) Heritage (Menifee) Inderkum (Sac) Lincoln (St) Menlo-Atherton Santa Margarita Sheldon St Bernard (PdRey)

DiceSport: Netherlands v Namibia - Dice T20 World Cup WICKET Ben Cooper ct wkt Zane Green b Bernard Scholtz 18 (16) Netherlands 35-2 (5.1) Max O’Dowd 4* (3) Jan Frylinck 1-16 (2) Bernard Scholtz 1-0 (0.1)

DiceSport: Netherlands v Namibia - Dice T20 World Cup Netherlands 39-2 (6) Max O’Dowd 5* (4) Colin Ackermann 2* (4) Bernard Scholtz 1-4 (1)

DiceSport: Netherlands v Namibia - Dice T20 World Cup Netherlands 48-2 (8) Max O’Dowd 8* (7) Colin Ackermann 7* (13) Zhivago Groenewald 0-4 (1) Bernard Scholtz 1-9 (2)

DiceSport: Netherlands v Namibia - Dice T20 World Cup WICKET Max O’Dowd ct wkt Zane Green b Bernard Scholtz 31 (19) Netherlands 108-3 (13.2) Colin Ackermann 40* (33) Zhivago Groenewald 0-23 (3) Bernard Scholtz 2-10 (2.2)

DiceSport: It’s evenly poised in Hobart with the Netherlands posting 156-5 - Colin Ackermann top-scoring with 43, with the in-form Max O’Dowd adding 31. Bernard Scholtz is undoubtedly the pick of the Namibia bowlers, with 3-20 - his side need 157 to win.

_ishingMachine: Happy departure Bernard O'Dowd!!!

ComicThief: That culture, joy and goodliness Be th’ equal right of all: That Greed no more shall those oppress Who by the wayside fall: That each shall share what all men sow: That colour, caste’s a lie: That man is God, however low -- Is man, however high. -Bernard O’Dowd

Book_Addict: Happy birthday to Australian writer/poet/journalist Bernard O'Dowd (April 11,1866), author of "The Silent Land” (1906) et al.

matthewjdowd: Happy bday Australian poet Bernard O’Dowd, b. 1866. “This love is not as theirs: It came from the Divine, Whose glory still it wears, And print of Whose design.”

helenpringle: Bernard O'Dowd: Australia (1900) Spoiler: the answer is "A new demesne for Mammon to infest"

ICCLive: Match 7. 12.3: WICKET! M O'Dowd (21) is out, c JJ Smit b Bernard Scholtz, 66/4

Martin_Flanagan: If you're into Walt Whitman (I am), this is a terrific piece on a correspondence he had with Ballarat poet Bernard O'Dowd who appreciated him from the outset. Few did.

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