Lowe is a common surname in English. See List of people with surname Lowe.

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Lowe Art Museum
... The Lowe Art Museum is an art museum located in Coral Gables, Florida, a Miami suburb in Miami-Dade County ... The Lowe Art Museum is served by the Miami Metrorail at the University Station. 41,000 visitors visited the Lowe Art Museum in 2011, 6,500 of which were students ...
Lowe Mill
... Lowe Mill is an historic old cotton mill of approximately 171,000 sq ft (15,900 m2) located at 2211 Seminole Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35805 ... Lowe of Fitchburg, Massachusetts formed Lowe Manufacturing Co, and began the building of Huntsville’s fifth textile mill ... Lowe Mill opened in 1901 with 25,000 spindles that helped to turn locally-grown cotton into woven cloth ...
Lowe Boats - History
... Lowe boats was founded in 1971 as Lowe Line by Carl and Dianna Lowe. 1975 Lowe makes the very first dedicated bass boat 1980 Lowe Line changed their name to their current name 1988 Lowe Boats was purchased by the Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC) 1992 Lowe. 2004 Lowe Boats was acquired by the Brunswick Corporation, a Fortune 500 company ...
List Of Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Softball Winners
... The award was established in 2007 and went to Caitlin Lowe of the Arizona Wildcats ... Year Winner School 2007 Caitlin Lowe Arizona 2008 Angela Tincher Virginia Tech 2009 Stacey Nelson Florida 2010 Charlotte Morgan Alabama 2011 Chelsea Kelly Radford 2012 Valerie Arioto California 2013 ...
Lowe - Other Uses
... Lowe Alpine, American outdoor equipment manufacturer and supplier Löwe Automobil, German car-part manufacturer Lowe (band), Swedish synthpop band Lowe and Partners ...

Famous quotes containing the word lowe:

    I call it our collective inheritance of isolation. We inherit isolation in the bones of our lives. It is passed on to us as sure as the shape of our noses and the length of our legs. When we are young, we are taught to keep to ourselves for reasons we may not yet understand. As we grow up we become the “men who never cry” and the “women who never complain.” We become another generation of people expected not to bother others with our problems.
    —Paula C. Lowe (20th century)