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lory:

see parrotparrot,
common name for members of the order Psittaciformes, comprising nearly 400 species of colorful birds, pantropical in distribution, including the parakeets. Parrots have large heads and short necks, strong feet with two toes in front and two in back (facilitating climbing
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But it was shocking to witness that first victim and Lory, doubtless like many others, wondered what would follow.
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De Lory has studied multiple spiritual philosophies, a practice she strived to keep alive while touring as a singer and dancer with Madonna for almost 20 years.
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Mohssen Dorset, 21, student, North Shields; Richie Frizzell, 56, caretaker, Grainger Park; Margaret Harwood, 49, cleaner, Gateshead; Andrew Wilson, 45, cellar staff, West End; Lory Joyce, 47, civil servant, West End; Trinona Egan, 32, business developer, Gosforth
CRASH SCENE Police survey the damage after a lory overturned on junction 33 of the M4.
The lory driver, Tim Lynch, aged 37, of Adlead Street, Hillfields, Coventry, was uninjured.
Schlesinger's notes are especially useful here, as he details the Catholic Thevet's interpretive war with Huguenot scholars and especially Jean de Lory, whose own depiction of the Tupinamba Quonianbec is not only at odds with Thevet's but prompts mutual declarations of falsity and deception.
Robert Lory is a principal in Lory Creative Services, Houston, Texas.
Best known of these are Amos Judd (1895) and The Pines of Lory (1901).