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Low·ry

(low'rē),
Oliver H., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Lowry-Folin assay, Lowry protein assay.

Low·ry

(low'rē),
R. Brian, 20th-century Irish medical geneticist in Canada. See: Coffin-Lowry syndrome.
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But then the Lowrie family have a track record when it comes to adventure.
Lowrie said she finds the personal heritage research work she does to be peaceful.
Mr Laffey said Lowrie had stopped taking his prescription medication and was using alcohol at the time of the offences, adding, "He struggles to maintain age-appropriate relationships."
Witnesses said Lowrie was trying to make himself look bigger, clenching his fists and clearly in a fighting mood.
At Cardiff Crown Court yesterday, Lowrie was sentenced to nine years in prison, while Cohen and Lewis were both handed sentences of two years and six months.
Ms Lowrie said that police had already found blood on the top which had produced a DNA profile which matched that of one of the two men accused of the murder, Jason Richards.
Lowrie emphasizes that "Echo repeats, and is a model of imbricated structure, while Narcissus [...] sights an image of himself, which is perforce reversed, and is thus a model of chiasmus" (19).
Lowrie the piglet was the runt of his Shetland litter and had to be hand-reared indoors by his owner Heather Davidson.
Lowrie (Weslayan U., Connecticut) surveys the portrayal of mirrors and reflection in French prose fiction from the 17th century to the 20th.
Lowrie, CMB, as director of Salient's advisory board.
HOW nice to see and read the letter from David Lowrie (March 23) about his time with Barry Hills.