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Löwe

(German ˈløːvə)
n
(Biography) See Loewe1
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Lowe for this revised and charmingly illustrated edition of Dr.
Probably," said D'Artagnan, "but as he is a thoughtful young man he promised to send four expert workmen in his place to help those already at the scaffold, and wrote the moment he was brought home to Master Tom Lowe, an assistant carpenter and friend of his, to go down to Whitehall, with three of his friends.
You, who speak English like John Bull himself, are Master Tom Lowe, we, your three companions.
At 18 years old, Lowe made his film debut in the Francis Ford Coppola directed movie, "The Outsiders.
Jacob Lowe (Toledo, Ohio) 20,7; Cameron Lowe (Toledo, Ohio) d.
Lowe was fifth officer when the liner struck an iceberg and sank in April 1912 with the loss of 1,517 lives.
Sheila Lowe has a talent for suspense, intrigue and character development.
On Wednesday night, with DePodesta long gone but Lowe still looming as large as ever in the Dodgers' starting rotation, the club played what essentially was its first must-win game of the season.
Lowe was committed to making CROWS an effective and reliable system, he adds.
The comparative history of institutions often yields rich results, as Margaret Lowe demonstrates in her study of women's body image and behavior at three colleges--Smith, Spelman, and Cornell--between 1895 and 1930.
Liantonio, "Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to have advised the Diocese of Bridgeport and Saint John's Parish in securing a long-term ground lease with a developer having the national reputation and reach of Lowe Enterprises.
When Lowe asked them to quiet down and leave the cars alone, an argument ensued, and one of the men, Eric Palm, took a swing at Lowe, but missed.