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Lou (singer)

Lou is the stage name of Louise Hoffner (born October 27, 1963 in Waghäusel), a German pop singer. She was the sixth child of her parents brothers and sisters. She toured with her band for 15 years, in Germany as well as abroad.

Lõu

Lõu is a village in Salme Parish, Saare County, Estonia, on the island of Saaremaa. As of 2011 Census, the settlement's population was 4.

Lou (film)

Lou is a 2010 Australian film starring John Hurt.

It was shot on location in northern New South Wales.

Lou (surname 娄)

Lóu is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written in simplified character and in traditional character. It is the 229th most common surname in China, shared by approximately 350,000 people. Lou 娄 is listed 139th in the Song Dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames.

Lou (surname 楼)

Lóu is the pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written in simplified character and in traditional character. It is the 269th most common surname in China, shared by approximately 220,000 people. Lou 楼 is not listed in the Song Dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames.

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She and Lou had fled to a corner of the cafeteria behind the ailing ailanthus, the bad joke of the company.

Lou Silver had had to break a date with a new girl friend to attend the audition, and he hated everybody.

The dark hazy outlines of the low scrubby tree-tops flicked by our wingtips close enough to touch, while ahead of us through the rain-mist an occasional big baobab tree loomed and Louren eased the jet over its greedily clutching branches.

Lou leaned over and snatched the bottle of Cutty from him, then brought it to her lips.

Louren in the bright sunlight, that was intensified by the glare of the white salt surface, and watched the gunboys cut the incisions in the skin and flay the gemsbok with the skill of a pair of Harley Street surgeons.

Louren and I ate grilled gemsbok liver and bacon, washed down with warm red Cape wine.

Louren began building himself a sandwich of bread and cold slices of roast gemsbok fillet, smearing it with mustard.

Somebody snickered--probably Lou Klock--and all his life, however brave and impassioned before an audience that hated him gravely, Gid would always feel watery in the backs of his knees when anybody jeered.

When Lou Klock had gone and Dave Traub had wandered on to the University of Chicago, Hatch was left companionless, and by the end of their freshman year there had been restored between him and Gid a flinching amiability.

He has pictures of himself up there shaking hands with other famous patients of his, like Robert Goulet and Lou Reed.

I am also indebted to Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose for their research on George W.

I heard the bullet slap into flesh, and the elephant spun away from the impact, turning to face Louren, with its long yellow ivories lifted high, the huge grey ears cocked back, and it squealed as it saw the man.

Right away he ran into Fire Marshals Lou Garcia and Jimmy Kelty, sitting on stools near the window trading shots.

Lou would go inside to inspect the plates and bowls and make sure they were lined up on the checkered tablecloth, four squares from the edge, and sometimes when they were only three and a half squares from the edge or there was still a dot of grease on the rim of a melamine plate Stephen would listen to the slaps and the whimpers from inside the house as he lay on his back beside the fire and watched the sparks fly toward the dead moon.

His first marriage, to the former Lucinda Lou Pasch, had ended in divorce, and he and Patsy had been married for sixteen years.