LOWS


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LOWSLlama Owners of Washington State
LOWSLake Ontario Winter Storms Project (US NOAA)
LOWSLookout Operated Warning System (railway safety)
LOWSLow Osmolality Water Soluble
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If you knew the Winesburg country in the fall and how the low hills are all splashed with yellows and reds you would understand his feeling.
I bound her, but just as I was about to kill her she began to low most piteously, and I saw that her eyes were streaming with tears.
A haze rested on the low shores that ran out to sea in vanishing flatness.
The water-tanks were low, they had not gained fifty miles in a fortnight.
As the party was about to leave the table, they were approached by a tall, dignified Spaniard who bowed low, rather exaggeratedly low, Ned thought, and addressed them in fairly good English.
While Heyward and his companions hesitated to approach a building so decayed, Hawkeye and the Indians entered within the low walls, not only without fear, but with obvious interest.
consumed by every Low Dutch harpooneer in that ancient Greenland and Spitzbergen whale fishery.
I am very handsome; I carry the young ladies on my back, and sometimes I take our mistress out in the low chair.
A beautiful air ran through the music, without ceasing, sometimes loud and strong, sometimes so soft that it could hardly be distinguished--but it was always there; it swung grandly along through the shrill whistling of the storm-wind, the rattling patter of the rain, and the boom and crash of the thunder; it wound soft and low through the lesser sounds, the distant ones, such as the throbbing of the convent bell, the melodious winding of the hunter's horn, the distressed bayings of his dogs, and the solemn chanting of the monks; it rose again, with a jubilant ring, and mingled itself with the country songs and dances of the peasants assembled in the convent hall to cheer up the rescued huntsman while he ate his supper.
We fixed up a short forked stick to hang the old lantern on, because we must always light the lantern whenever we see a steamboat coming down-stream, to keep from getting run over; but we wouldn't have to light it for up-stream boats unless we see we was in what they call a "crossing"; for the river was pretty high yet, very low banks being still a little under water; so up-bound boats didn't always run the channel, but hunted easy water.
Admitting this to have been an ex- traordinary case of mental deterioration, it proves at least that the white slave can sink as low in the scale of humanity as the black one.
This parlour looked gloomy: a neglected handful of fire burnt low in the grate; and, leaning over it, with his head supported against the high, old-fashioned mantelpiece, appeared the blind tenant of the room.