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Lowe

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Charles U., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Lowe syndrome, Lowe-Terrey-MacLachlan syndrome.
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After Nick Swisher's grounder advanced Kendall but not Scutaro, Adam Melhuse pop ped up, and Lowe appeared on the verge of pitching out of trouble.
Like Lowe, Little is excited about watching Martinez pitch.
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Lowe, battling cold-like symptoms, sloshed through six innings but managed to pick up the win, his fifth of the year.
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As a joint venture between Lowe & Partners and Lowe Healthcare Worldwide, Lowe Consumer Healthcare is part of The Lowe Group.
Lowe went 7 1/3 innings, giving up two runs on seven hits.
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As plans were being drawn it became clear that this spot presented a tremendous par-three hole, but it lay at what would be either the beginning or the end of the course where a par-three isn't appropriate," noted Lowe.
Lowe completed his undergraduate studies at Stanford University and earned his MBA from the Anderson School at the University of California at Los Angeles.
And despite the fact he lowered the curtain on his season with 6 1/3 solid innings, you got the feeling Lowe would rather have been anywhere but here.
What he encountered instead was an injury-riddled club that never came close to providing enough run support for its starting staff, never came close to matching the clubhouse camaraderie Lowe had enjoyed in Boston last year and, consequently, never came close to making the playoffs.