1300-50; Middle English stowen, Old English stōwigan to keep, hold back (
literally, to place), derivative of
to put (something that is not being used) in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary.
Official site of Staybridge Suites Akron-
On the wall, on the floor, or near a desk,
Fairfield Inn & Suites Akron
The Board of Selectmen historically dates back to the early 1600's. Prior to that, residents were selected to ensure the wishes of the townspeople were carried ...
... Isaac Norris, speaker of the Assembly. Centered on the front of the Bell are the
words, "Pass and
From Middle English stowe, from Old English