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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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Lowry extended his lead with a birdie on the fourth and both players birdied the next before Lowry got up and down from short of the seventh green to pick up another shot.
With stout nerves and a soft touch around the greens, Lowry gave a sellout crowd what they wanted to see.
Lowry had the title in his grasp and a birdie on the 15th had chants of "Ole, Ole, Ole" ringing out around the Dunluce Links.
Ireland's Shane Lowry achieved his first major championship win with a six-shot victory on 15 under par at Royal Portrush
Stevens, offer our sincere apology to Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors organization for this unfortunate misconduct.'
Lowry scored 23 points as Toronto seized a 2-1 lead in the series, but it was when he dove after a loose ball on the sideline in the fourth quarter that sparked the incident.
So when Cousins came barreling at Lowry on a switch with about 8A1/2 minutes left in the game, Lowry never moved.
But with no certainty, one alternative for Toronto is to test the market for Lowry. Though it is not really about immediately trading the 32-year-old guard, the Raptors can more or less see what assets they could get. 
The gallery opened in 1958 and closed in 1986, and Tilly Marshall chronicled their friendship in her book Life With Lowry.
"Growing up in Middle Tennessee, the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains, afforded me the pleasure and opportunity of living in a rural setting and being an outdoorsman," says Lowry, a Boy Scout who attained the rank of Eagle Scout.
"With Lowry being one of the most sought after artists of our time it's wonderful to be getting such pieces in and offers a fantastic investment opportunity.