Barlow


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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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The court heard that Barlow called police in the early hours of July 4 and said she had woken up to discover that her car keys had been taken from her home and the vehicle parked outside - a Volkswagen Golf - had been stolen.
Des is a bright and cheery presenter I REFER to Mr Les Barlow's letter (Birmingham Mail, Talkback, January 10, 2019).
KEVIN Barlow trembled as he entered Malaysia's Bayan Lepas International airport, his hands sweating, the knuckles that clutched the maroon suitcase chalk white.
Matthew Barlow, Griffintown: Identity and Memory in an Irish Diaspora Neighbourhood (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press 2017)
[USA], Sep 13 (ANI): American professional wrestler Ric Flair tied the knot with her longtime fiance and Canadian tennis player Wendy Barlow.
Craig Barlow, 30, of Treforris Road, Dwygyfylchi, near Conwy, admitted common assault on Julia Newport Taylor at Llandudno.
Dubai: Charlie Barlow utters the phrase "this is health care" a number of times throughout an hourlong interview.
Twenty-two-year-old Blair Barlow, of Bannockburn, a first offender, who had coached at Stirling Albion's junior academy, was also placed on the Sex Offenders' Register for two years.
Blair Barlow was also placed under social work supervision for two years.
JOHN PERRY BARLOW, who died this year at age 70, was a Grateful Dead lyricist, a pioneer in the fight for online civil liberties, and possibly a mutant.