Rowe Sentence Examples
Rowe meets the staff, dons the necessary outfits and equipment, and gets involved in every step of the process, performing as much of the job as he can.
Rowe decided to check out QVC to see if home shopping was going to be his thing.
Rowe still calls San Francisco home, though he is rarely ever there.
Further search for the true source of the Mississippi was made in 1823 by Giacomo Constantio Beltrami (1779-1855), an Italian traveller and political refugee, and in 1832 by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, who had accompanied Cass's expedition and traced the Mississippi from Lake Cass to Lake Itasca.
At the beginning of the 18th century Timur was represented in Rowe's Tamerlane as a model of valour and virtue.Advertisement
Several of the governors, like Zachary Macaulay, Colonel Dixon Denham, the explorer, and Sir Samuel Rowe, were men of distinction.
Ms. Rowe reminds her AP class everyday that conceit comes before a fall.
His ex-wife Debbie Rowe is the latest to drag the fallen star into court, charging he has failed to pay her the money she was to get as part of their divorce settlement.
Rowe relinquished the rights to the couple's children in 2001, but has been fighting to get them reinstated since Jackson was charged with child molestation.
Biological mother of two of Michael Jackson's children, Debbie Rowe, is suing over allegations that she is planning on fighting the Jackson family for custody of her two children.Advertisement
Rebecca White, an acquaintance of Rowe's, visited several talk shows claiming that she and Rowe corresponded by email regarding the custody of Rowe and Jackson's children.
White claimed that the mother of Prince Michael and Paris was negotiating a deal said to be in the millions with Katherine Jackson regarding the permanent termination of Rowe's parental rights.
White claims that Rowe allegedly sent her an e-mail claiming that she did not want the children and was not going to fight for custody.
These e-mails allegedly received by White claim that Rowe said "These kids were never mine.
In the lawsuit, Rowe's lawyers claim that Rowe and White have not exchanged such e-mails and have not even communicated since Jackson's death.Advertisement
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Host Mike Rowe visits these locations in person and works alongside the men and women who actually perform these duties every day.
In each one-hour episode, Mike Rowe and his crew travel to places in the U.S. where there is a dirty job to be done.
What makes this show work is a combination of Rowe's humor - which is often self-deprecating - and his obvious respect for the people who actually make these jobs their careers.Advertisement
Mike Rowe transitioned into radio and voice work as well as local television hosting after working as an opera singer.
One of the TV programs he hosted featured a segment called Someone's Gotta Do It, in which Rowe highlighted occupations that most people would not want to do.
At the time, Rowe was doing some narration work for the Discovery Channel as well.
When viewers began sending in letters and e-mails commenting on the Someone's Gotta Do It segments, Rowe pitched Dirty Jobs to Discovery.
Rowe has said the concept for the show comes from a desire to honor his father and other Americans who perform jobs that aren't very glamorous.Advertisement
In an episode during season two, Mike Rowe ended the show with an original song that he wrote about the program, which he called the Dirty Jobs Anthem.
Mike Rowe started out as a singer with the Baltimore Opera company but soon moved into radio and television work.
Today, in addition to hosting this show, Rowe does a lot of narration for reality TV shows on the Discovery Channel including Deadliest Catch, American Chopper and American Hot Rod.
If you're a huge Mike Rowe fan you may already know that not only does he star in the Emmy nominated show Dirty Jobs, but he is also the creator and executive producer.
Mike Rowe was born in Baltimore, Maryland, where his parents were teachers in the Baltimore County schools.
During his high school career Rowe spent a lot of time on stage, singing and acting.
Mike Rowe landed a job with the Baltimore Opera as a baritone.
When asked about his opera days, Rowe said one of the main reasons for wanting to join the opera was to get his Screen Actors Guild (SAG) card.
During his tenure, Mike Rowe sold over $100 million in fake diamonds.
Mike Rowe didn't approach the Discovery Channel; they approached him to host a show about mummies in Egypt.
After he and the network developed a working relationship, Rowe decided to pitch his idea for Dirty Jobs to network execs as a one time, three hour special.
The first airing of Dirty Jobs was met with a huge audience base, which surprise both Rowe and Discovery Channel executives.
It's so easy to find information on Mike Rowe's professional life, but with his rugged good looks and great sense of humor, many wonder about his personal life.
Mike Rowe has never been married, but in a question and answer session for Discovery he was asked who he was dating.
Mike Rowe is the narrator for Deadliest Catch.
The series is narrated by Dirty Jobs star Mike Rowe.
American Chopper is narrated by Mike Rowe, star of Dirty Jobs.
The show premiered on Discovery Channel on October 6, 2009 and is narrated by Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe.
In 2004, scouts for the reality show Dirty Jobs were looking for a pest control company to send Mike Rowe out to for an episode of the show.
Bretherton, who runs Vexcon with various family members, made the cut and Rowe filmed the fifth episode of Dirty Jobs' first full season there.
A year later Rowe and his crew returned to Vexcon for an episode about termites.