from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Lowry, (Clarence) Malcolm 1909-1957. British writer. His novel Under the Volcano (1947) is recognized as a masterpiece of modern fiction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An open box car used on railroads. Compare lorry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Spurge-laurel.
- n. An open railroad box-car.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. English painter (1887-1976)
- n. English novelist (1909-1957)
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Reading ANYTHING written by Rich Lowry is waste of time. tomtom says:
The splendiferous Brigid Lowry is in The Residence over at insideadog, and is encouraging a creative spring clean.
Lois Lowry is known for her versatility and invention as a writer.
Rich Lowry is writing about the shifting goalposts the Dems use to talk about Iraq, and why they insist we must leave.
One other thing: Padilla pitches in an extreme hitters 'park, and Lowry is in one of the best pitchers' parks.
Now, while Lowry is narrowly correct on a couple criticisms of Huckabee, the Anonymous Liberal correctly identifies how disingenuous Lowry is about the main point of his argument:
So Lowry is saying that Al Qaeda can succeed where the US military has failed?
Here Rich Lowry is shocked to see that the White House is sometimes less than honest in its characterization of its own initiatives.
Anastasia Krupnik loves Casablanca and Lois Lowry is a big movie fan, too.
On Kansas City's first touchdown drive, Croyle converted four third-down situations, including a 10-yard touchdown play when Samie Parker took the pass, twisted away from safety Calvin Lowry, and stretched into the end zone.