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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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In his tell all book, "Love Life," Lowe says his father introduced him to alcohol at the young age of five.
Father-of-three and grandfather of two Mr Lowe said: "I had it in mind for a few years: people hadn't taken it up until the Deganwy History Group did.
The Brewers) are a very aggressive team, and we knew that going in,'' Lowe said.
Lowe was sent to Fort Bragg to take part in that phase of testing.
In her work, Horowitz hinted at the extent of material on social life in college archives, and Lowe has effectively used the rich resources that exist in the archives of the three schools she has chosen to investigate.
Sheriff's deputies eventually charged Moore, Palm and Ganoe with misdemeanor battery for the assault on Lowe, but they also arrested Spaulding and charged him with attempted murder for shooting Moore.
In his Tudor chapters, Lowe agrees that Christian humanists made valuable contributions to pacifist theory but continues to maintain, persuasively, that pro-peace discourse was driven primarily by England's situational needs and opportunities.
The difference reflects not only Toronto's greater use of public transport, but also its efficient layout, which fosters fewer and shorter trips, Lowe says.
Lowe allowed seven hits and three earned runs on 82 pitches.
It's almost inconceivable," says Lowe, "that the grains could be carried this far during volcanic processes.
Drew's two-run homer in the first inning staked Lowe (11-8) to an early lead.
Painting on wood, Lowe constructs a hyperreal universe from subtle distortions and adept manipulations of color.