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Bar·low

(bar'lō),
John B., 20th-century South African cardiologist. See: Barlow syndrome.

Bar·low

(bar'lō),
Thomas, British physician, 1845-1945. See: Barlow disease.
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But when the tribute singer finished his last number, Barlow walked on to the dance floor, belting out Take That's 2006 hit Rule The World, to the complete shock of the wedding party.
Greatest Day singer Barlow, who was also handed the award in 2012, has three children - Daniel, Emily and Daisy - with his wife Dawn, and this year fought off competition from the likes of David Beckham, Simon Cowell, and even his former bandmate Robbie Williams to be crowned the winner this time.
Police in Sudbury, Derbyshire, where 40-year-old Barlow was doing time, did not put out an appeal for other forces to look for him.
Within only a 100 years, my grandmother's great hopes for her family had been vindicated Tony Barlow
Autism sufferer Barlow, 16, was sentenced this month for threatening police and local people on Shetland in a five-hour rampage with an air rifle.
SO, Cameron has rejected calls to strip singer Gary Barlow of his OBE but says his friend should pay the tax he owes.
PRIME MINISTER David Cameron has dismissed calls for Gary Barlow to hand back his OBE after the Take That star was ordered to pay millions of pounds in tax dodged through an avoidance scheme.
Barlow originally joined Sidley in 2000 and became a partner in 2006.
Pam Barlow in her bid to unseat long-time incumbent Congressman Mac Thornberry.
Barlow found the LARLE craters while poring over high-resolution images to update her highly popular catalog of Martian craters.
The craters feature a thin-layered outer deposit that extends well beyond the typical range of ejecta, Nadine Barlow, professor of physics and astronomy at Northern Arizona University, said.
NE1 1ED I WOULD like to find descendants of Robert Barlow born in South Hetton 1838 - died 1914.