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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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University of Holy Cross President David "Buck" Landry says he will retire from the position he has held the past five years.
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She was born on February 24, 1940 in Portland, ME the daughter of Raymond & Mildred Landry. Jan was a faithful member of the Northwest Bible Baptist Church in Elgin.
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Landry faces the consequence of betraying King Philip in the Season 1 finale of "Knightfall."
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Summary: Washington DC [USA], Nov 17 (ANI): Troubles for NFL player Jarvis Landry, who was cleared of domestic violence charges earlier this year, may begin again.