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Low·ell

 (lō′əl)
A city of northeast Massachusetts on the Merrimack River northwest of Boston. Developed by a group of industrialists in the 1820s, it was a major textile center into the first half of the 1900s.

Lowell

(ˈləʊəl)
n
1. (Biography) Amy (Lawrence). 1874–1925, US imagist poet and critic
2. (Biography) James Russell. 1819–91, US poet, essayist, and diplomat, noted for his series of poems in Yankee dialect, Biglow Papers (1848; 1867)
3. (Biography) Robert (Traill Spence). 1917–77, US poet. His volumes of verse include Lord Weary's Castle (1946), Life Studies (1959), For the Union Dead (1964), and a book of free translations of European poems, Imitations (1961)

Low•ell

(ˈloʊ əl)

n.
1. Amy, 1874–1925, U.S. poet and critic.
2. James Russell, 1819–91, U.S. poet, essayist, and diplomat.
3. Percival, 1855–1916, U.S. astronomer (brother of Amy Lowell).
4. Robert, 1917–77, U.S. poet.
5. a city in NE Massachusetts, on the Merrimack River. 100,973.
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Noun1.Lowell - United States poet (1917-1977)
2.Lowell - United States astronomer whose studies of Mars led him to conclude that Mars was inhabited (1855-1916)Lowell - United States astronomer whose studies of Mars led him to conclude that Mars was inhabited (1855-1916)
3.Lowell - United States poet (1874-1925)Lowell - United States poet (1874-1925)  
4.Lowell - United States educator and president of Harvard University (1856-1943)Lowell - United States educator and president of Harvard University (1856-1943)
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After weeks of preparation including the renting of his beloved Elmwood, the Lowells sailed from Boston to Spain on July 14, 1877.
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