What is the correct spelling for UOW?
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Correct spellings for UOW
- bow Your bow is still uphung. Somebody told me that I always have to bow If that was true I would have fallen apart by now – Fake sound of progress by lostprophets
- cow 2. " " " two " " " " 3. " " " one cow only. jumpin jesus holy cow! whats the difference anyhow – Be Mine by David Gray
- how How unwritable it is! She's been hurt and how? But I can't give up now. – I've Been by Unknown Author
- low His voice was low, and deep, and dead. Search high and low Follow every byway Every path you know – Climb Ev'ry Mountain by Unknown Author
- mow One man would crawl about on the growing mow, arranging each sheaf as it was tossed up to him, so that its feathery crown lay towards the centre, away from chance of rain.
- now Well, now you see."
- pow The sharp pow-w of his rifle crashed through the whispery roar of the pines, and the hills flung back muffled echoes.
- row Yet it seemed that she was in no hurry to row.
- sow "Oh, brother," says Sugar-scoop, "can't you stop a moment, and sow a morsel of seed on this barren rock.
- tow In a few minutes they had reached the scene and had taken the prisoner in tow.
- vow As for coming to this house again, I can tell you frankly that as I now feel I could almost make a vow never to enter its doors again as long as I live."
- wow This is often written separately; as, "Bow wow."
- Dow "Well, Bill cut down fifty-three," answered Dow.
- Yow "Yow!" hooted the tallest boy, removing both hands from the captive kitten.
- UAW On other issues, most notably Bob King’s plan to organize the foreign southern auto transplant workers, and King’s support for collective bargaining rights in places such as Wisconsin, Ohio, and Michigan, Caravan members have praised UAW initiatives.
- OW If you get any light on the subject"- "Ow, I daursay I may.