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Lan·dry

(lahn-drē'),
Jean B.O., French physician, 1826-1865. See: Landry paralysis, Landry syndrome, Landry-Guillain-Barré syndrome.
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Leonard is survived by his wife Florence (Quinn) Landry, sons Stephen, with whom he resided, Dennis and his wife Pamela of Holden, his grandchildren Michael Landry of Auburn, Ryan Landry of Holden and Nicole (Landry) Faia, wife of Michael Faia of Sanford, ME and two great grandchildren, Michael and Anthony Faia, as well as many nieces and nephews.
2 August 2012 a[euro]" Canadian commercial property services group Avison Young Inc has become the new owner of Landry & Associates Inc, a US company engaged in commercial real estate management.
Harold Landry was sentenced on Friday to at least 16 years behind bars for murdering his "bright, bubbly, beautiful" wife Lucy in an "unspeakable and unforgivable" attack last February.
Harold Landry was found guilty of murdering his wife Lucy by a jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Thursday.
A jury took less than four hours to unanimously convict 65 year-old Harold Landry of murdering Lucy Landry and reject his claim that he was provoked into killing her at their home in Besford Court, near Pershore.
A jury took less than four hours to unanimously convict 65-yearold Harold Landry of murdering former Coventry student Lucy Landry.
A jury took less than four hours to unanimously convict 65-year-old Harold Landry of murdering his wife, Lucy, and reject his claim that he was provoked into killing her at their home near Pershore, Worcestershire.
Noel notes that the law became possible due to a change in administration when Bernard Landry succeeded Lucien Bouchard as the PQ premier of Quebec.
The goal is to get out there and create awareness that Northern Ontario is open to this kind of business and is looking to attract it," says Denis Landry, executive director of MFM.
Ryan Landry has moved his Gold Dust Orphans troupe to Los Angeles.
Landry of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and her colleagues.