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  • John Bowers (actor) - Wikipedia

    John Bowers (born John E. Bowersox, December 25, 1885 – November 17, 1936) was an American stage and silent film actor who starred in 94 films including several short subjects.

  • John Bowers | Bowers

    Ph.D., Stanford University Solid State: fiber optic networks, photonic integrated circuits, high speed photonic and electronic devices, femtosecond lasers and physics

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  • John Bowers - IMDb

    John Bowers, Actor: Empty Hearts. Began working in films from 1916, becoming a a star within five years of his debut. His frequent co-star was was Marguerite de la Motte, whom he later married.

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  • Bowers & Wilkins - Wikipedia

    Bowers & Wilkins, or B&W, is a British company that produces audio equipment, most notably loudspeakers.B&W was founded in 1966 by John Bowers at Worthing, West Sussex, England.

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  • Optoelectronics Research Group | Bowers

    Only a few decades ago, finding a particular channel on the radio or television meant dialing a knob by hand, making small tweaks and adjustments to hone in on the right signal.

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