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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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As second cousins, they were close friends throughout their lives, with Lowry acting as godfather to their eldest son, Ronald, Geoffrey's older brother.
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In fact, on Saturday, Marroquin shared a photo of himself kissing Lowry on (https://www.
Claire Stewart, curator of The Lowry Collection at The Lowry, said: "The Liver Buildings, Liverpool is a beautiful example of Lowry's work and we are thrilled to bring it to the public eye for the first time in over 40 years.
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In the 1960s, Lowry made a number of visits to South Wales with Bloom and completed works depicting the region's mining villages.
The couple befriended Lowry, who died aged 88 in 1976, and in the 1960s displayed his work.
During his stays at Seaburn, Lowry spent a great deal of time watching the river scenes from Mill Dam in South Shields.
Local photographer Sefton Samuels will also unveil an exhibition of Lowry portraits from the 60s and 70s.
Para Lowry fue muy valioso tener a alguien que podria haber sido su padre, con quien conversaba libremente sobre sexo, literatura y, sobre todo, hallo a un companero de interminables y arriesgadas juergas.
She said A Cricket Match was one of a rare, few works by Lowry on the subject.
An exhibition called Lowry Favourites is also running at The Lowry, until September.