rowan was tried on a lesser weapons-possession charge—not assault.
A pro-gun group, Gun Owners of America, offered rowan legal assistance.
And Joe Morton as rowan roars each line with all of the ferocity—and then some—they require.
Liam Neeson was across from me, rowan Atkinson was seated next to me, and on the other side was Laura Linney.
“The White House will destroy you,” rowan warns, when Olivia decides not to escape and to face the wrath of the media.
But Mrs. rowan said not a word, only sat looking steadily backward, the light in her face.
It is easy, if the man is strong, and you hef the rowan with you.
In a few moments he returned with Justice rowan, who had adjourned court.
I have no doubt but Miss rowan seemed to them a passing vision of loveliness.
They reached the dinghy before the tide flowed round her, and shortly afterward got on board the rowan.
"mountain ash," 1804, from rowan-tree, rountree (1540s), northern English and Scottish, from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse reynir, Swedish Ronn "the rowan"), ultimately from the root of red, in reference to the berries.
There were those in this neighbourhood, long after the beginning of the present century, who believed that a slip of rowan tree carried on their person dispelled glamour, and rendered nugatory all the powers of sorcery and witchcraft. [Alexander Laing, "Lindores Abbey and the Burgh of Newburgh," Edinburgh, 1876]