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(ˈlaʊrɪ) or


(Animals) South African any of several species of touraco: louries are divided into two groups, the arboreal species having a mainly green plumage and crimson wings and the species which inhabits the more open savanna areas having a plain grey plumage
[from Malay luri]


(Marketing) South African any of several awards for excellence in advertising and marketing, given by the Marketing Federation of South Africa
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While his motives may never be totally clear, Russia expert and author Richard Lourie (Sakharov: A Biography) provides some intriguing insight into what makes Putin tick in his new book, Putin: His Downfall and Russia's Coming Crash, which raises the thought-provoking theory that Putin's notorious and alarming behavior is actually setting himself--and Russia--up for an inevitable fall.
State Senator Joel Lourie called the event "a catastrophe of incredible proportion.
Jonathan Lourie (CEO) and Stuart Fiertz (President) founded Cheyne after working together for nine years at Morgan Stanley.
Jacob Lourie, regional manager at Deliveroo, said: "Birmingham has such a vibrant culinary scene and is full of fantastic eateries and restaurants which, until now, you'd have to visit to experience.
Lourie resigned after being appointed police chief in Uxbridge.
Judges such as Randall Rader and Alan Lourie were appointed to guide the court's development of patent law.
Raith – Cunningham, McDonald, Mochan, Stein, Forsyth, Clinton, Watson, Fox, White, Benvie, Lourie.
Judges like Randall Rader and Alan Lourie were appointed to guide the court's development of patent law.
The event concluded with youngsters William Whyborne, 11, Mia Whyborne, nine, and five-year-old Evan Lourie cutting a specially made cake.
Federal Circuit Judge Alan Lourie held that Mayo did not apply to the main issue in this case: the patent-eligibility of DNA.
Love at Last Sight" by Richard Lourie, a translator of Milosz's work, is another tale of a long friendship, beginning rather inauspiciously with Lourie as a student whose work is singled out in class, and not positively.