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Owens is a traditional Welsh surname found in the UK. The name's original roots come from Wales. Owens, son of Owen, is an old personal name from Latin Eugenius or Audoenus. Historically in Welsh Owen is spelt Owain. - Source: Wikipedia
A suspended rugby player says he's ready to quit the sport if his outspoken comments against the International Rugby Board lead to better treatment for second-tier teams.
Wallflowers and those in the market for business casual, look elsewhere. Boldness was in the air at Paris' spring-summer 2011 ready-to-wear shows on Thursday, as designers here delivered over-the-top looks for those whose entrances are always grand and for the happy few who live in the glow of paparazzi's flashbulbs.