David Low


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Noun1.David Low - British political cartoonist (born in New Zealand) who created the character Colonel Blimp (1891-1963)
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"David Low and I would like to thank all our staff, suppliers and customers."
Model display from Jason These are the male finalists in the Stirling Observer modelling competition held at Rainbow Rocks in May, 1994.The winner was Jason Brown, 18, Viewfield Street, Stirling, who was chosen ahead of runner-up Craig Stewart, also Dunblane, David Low, 21, Drumgoyne, and Andrew Snell, 16, from Alva.
David Low has warned Dave King and the rest of the Rangers board NOT to spend money they don't have in their quest to halt Celtic 10-in-a-row bid - or face going BUST.
The Daily Record can expose diehard David Low, 34, as a race-hate hooligan who is barred from setting foot in his team's stadium.
Swinburne Maddison's second award, Young Lawyer of the Year, was justly won by partner David Low, who, in fighting off stiff competition from six other nominated finalists was commended by the judges for being instrumental in developing the property litigation team within the firm, winning lucrative local authority work and being promoted to partner before the age of 30.
Synopsis: In "Universal Spiritual Philosophy and Practice: an Informal Textbook for Discerning Seekers", academician, freelance teacher, counselor, lecturer and dreamworker, David Low presents all the central insights of mystical experience, and relates them in a practical way to psychological understandings of spiritual maturity.
Inclined towards drawing since childhood, Laxman was influenced by the illustrations in magazines such as Punch, Tit- Bits, Strand and Bystander, and by world renowned British cartoonist Sir David Low.
Love rat David Low had been in a relationship with Helen McGarrell for nearly a decade when he secretly started seeing Rebecca Wilson-Ford.
I have been trying without success to contact the following: Keith Redmond, David Low (brother of Andy Fairweather), John Floyd, David Mundy, Haydn Davies, Paul (Ticker) Thomas, Terry Barnes, Brian Bowgen and Charlie Gristock.
"We think Aspen more likely than not got a good deal," said David Low, a healthcare analyst at Deutsche Bank AG in Sydney.
I was overjoyed to see the cover of the May edition of HistoryToday bearing David Low's 1940 cartoon All Behind You, Winston and I read Taylor Downing's article, 'Churchill Takes Command: May 1940,' with interest.