- Jesse, real name John Cleveland Owens. 1913–80, US Black athlete: won four gold medals at the Berlin Olympics (1936)
Example Sentences Including 'Owens'
At least two-thirds of Mr. O'Callaghan's new stable of 30 horses is made up of two-year-olds Mr. Owens faces the same predicament.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Caltech astronomer Carmen Sanchez Contreras, watching from Owens Valley, spotted Columbia apparently shedding debris.
New Scientist (2003)
Fighting back tears, Mrs Annie Owens told how she'd last heard from her daughter two months ago.
He felt the same mixture of fear and excitement that he had felt when Sam Owens had so casually asked, Why don't you take this place over?
It was of course discomfiting that-the outstanding athlete of the games was the black Jesse Owens.
The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century
Liverpool Echo THIS is the first picture of Paula Owens , who was killed in a frenzied knife attack at her Birkenhead home.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
Nortel appointed director and former top U. S. Pentagon official Bill Owens as president and CEO.
Globe and Mail (2004)
Patrick Eldred M Owens , B. E., HM Consul, British Consulate General New York.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
They'll start saying to themselves now how much extra was it for Owens , McLeod & Casey to cut in?
Whistler in the Dark
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