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.
... quotation was made by Quaker 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
Official site providing information on local government, parks, council, services, and calendar of events.
Serving the 16 Communities of Northeast Summit County, Ohio.
On the wall, on the floor, or near a desk,
Provides organization overview, information on umpires, coaches, fields, and upcoming events.
The Town of
Provides mission and vision statement, district profile, history, parent handbook, and links to district schools.