Lukes

Lukes

(lūks),
L.J., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Lukes-Collins classification.
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The court heard the Lukes had had a volatile marriage and Luke himself had once had a brief affair.
Kieron, 10, heard Michael Luke rain four blows on mother Johanna, 37, soon after Luke discovered she was having an affair.
Luke, 45, was found guilty of murder after claiming his accountant wife, the mother of his two children, had taunted him over her affair.
The court heard that before Johanna's death, Luke had received a letter from his wife's solicitor saying she wanted a divorce.
because a real fluke has put five Lukes in the same class.
Out of the 20 boys in her 34-pupil class, there is (pictured from left) Luke Croghan, aged nine, Luke Barnsley, eight, Luke Finnegan, nine, Luke Heanue, nine, and Luke Murphy, eight.
STEPPING out together, the nursery friends of brave Luke Collins are helping to raise PS250,000 for the brave four-yearold.
Having already permanently lost his sight Luke has also undergone aggressive chemotherapy to shrink the rare tumour attacking his optical nerve.
Willing to try any treatment with the potential to end his heartache Luke, who has an older brother Matthew, six, will travel to Liverpool for brain surgery in an attempt to reduce the tumour.
CHATSWORTH - During an emotional and inspirational Mass in memory of 7-year-old Luke Gaines, friends and family said he was an ``adventurer'' who brought joy to the people around him.
Luke was killed Monday morning after being hit by a car as he darted between vehicles parked in front of his Northridge home.
Mike Bettinger, the boy's uncle, said Luke, also known as ``lightning'' or ``Lukester,`` was a true adventurer who would dare to go where others wouldn't.