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Seamie O'Dowd
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Seamie O’Dowd was brought up by parents steeped in the musical traditions of South County Sligo,his mother Shiela,a highly respected musician and teacher whose father and brothers all played fiddle,and his father,Joe,who was renowned as a fiddle player among musicians and music lovers worldwide.

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John ODowd
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John ODowd, Commercialisation Manager, University of Glasgow

John joined the Commercial Development team within Research and Enterprise in February 2000 from the Medicine Group at Edinburgh Research and Innovation, the Universitys industrial liaison organisation, where he had particular responsibility for the management of clinical research and the Universitys interaction with the local NHS Trusts. Johns main role at R&E is to work with staff of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine to identify research-derived Intellectual Property with commercial potential; ensure that it gains adequate legal protection; and develop it in appropriate commercial contexts. This may involve licensing or company creation and subsequent spin-out from the University. John also has responsibility for managing the Veterinary Medicine Planning Unit team within R&E
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ODowd & ODowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
The law firm of ODowd & ODowd was founded in 1977 and is located in New Orleans, Louisiana, providing a broad range of legal services to individuals and families throughout Louisiana and the southern part of the country.
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Chris O'Dowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
ImageChris O'Dowd (born 1980) is an Irish actor from Boyle, County Roscommon. He graduated from University College Dublin and subsequently attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He contributed to The University Observer and was active in UCD Dramsoc and the Literary and Historical Society.
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Michael & Dowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
Since 1936, Michael & Dowd have been a family owned business where service and satisfaction to our customer are our #1 priority. If youre in the market for furniture, appliances, or floor covering, let our experienced staff make the selection process easy for you.
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Beatrice M. Bruner Dowd
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Beatrice M. Bruner Dowd was born on August 31, 1924 in Rolfe, Iowa. Dowd died in Los Altos, California on August 19, 1998. In 1941 Dowd earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at Iowa State College. Dowd worked for Central Life Assurance Society in Des Moines, Iowa for two years while attending Iowa State College. In 1943 Dowd enlisted in the United States Navy. She was sent to the University of California at Los Angles to attend Meteorological School and worked as a Naval Weather Forecaster until her discharge in 1947.
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Dowd and Rogers Cake Mixes
Written by Steven Dowd   
Dowd and Rogers was formed in 2000 in Sacramento, California with the simple mission to use the most flavorful and unique flours to produce delicious, all natural baking mixes. Our commitment is to bring you innovative flour blends that reflect the evolving world of artisan baking.
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Dowd & Dowd, Ltd
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Dowd & Dowd, Ltd., has been representing its clients for over fifty years.
The firm focuses its practice in the trial of civil lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout the United States.
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The James C. Dowd House
Written by Steven Dowd   
The historical and cultural significance of the property known as the James C. Dowd House rests upon two factors. First, the structure is the most important artifact of Camp Greene, a World War I military installation, which survives. Second, the structure has strong associative ties with a family of local and regional importance, the Dowd family.
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George T. Dowd
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George T. Dowd was inducted into the Hall of Fame for his accomplishments in the sport of baseball.

Dowd pitched and slugged his way to consecutive Most Valuable Player Awards in his junior and senior seasons, 1956 and 1957, and as a senior captain paced the Huskies in six pitching categories - including ERA at 1.62 - and topped the offensive column in doubles and triples. When Dowd was not on the hill, he was roaming the outfield and batting cleanup for Coach Tinker Connelly, who referred to Dowd as "one of the best ballplayers in Northeastern history." A rangy 62 righthander, Dowd baffled opposing batters with the combination of a blinding fastball and an offering of off-speed pitches. He was renowned for his powerful throwing arm, whether uncorked from centerfield or 60 feet. Newspaper accounts of Northeastern baseball games usually prefaced references to Dowd with the phrase "golden-armed."
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