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Malcolm X

Name at birth: Malcolm LittleMalcolm X was the passionate and controversial black activist who was assassinated in New York City in 1965. Born in Nebraska and raised in a foster home, Malcolm Little …

Malcolm

Eldest son of Duncan, King of Scotland. He was called Can-More (Great-head), and succeeded Macbeth (1056). (Shakespeare: Macbeth.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer…

Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry has written more than 20 books for young readers and received many citations and awards, including Newbery Medals for her novels Number the Stars (1989) and The Giver (1993). Lowry was bor…

Walter LOWRIE

Senate Years of Service: 1819-1825Party: Democratic Republican; Crawford RepublicanLOWRIE, Walter, a Senator from Pennsylvania; born in Edinburgh, Scotland, December 10, 1784; immigrated to the…

Dwight Lowry

Dwight LowryAge: 39 award winning minor league manager and former major league player; played catcher for the 1984 World Series Champion Detroit Tigers; named Tigers minor league manager of t…

Robert LOWRY

LOWRY, Robert, a Representative from Indiana; born in Killeleigh, County Down, Ireland, April 2, 1824; immigrated to the United States and settled in Rochester, N.Y.; educated in private school…

Malcolm WALLOP

Senate Years of Service: 1977-1995Party: RepublicanWALLOP, Malcolm, a Senator from Wyoming; born in New York City, February 27, 1933; attended the public schools of Big Horn, Wyo., and the Cate…

Malcolm in the Middle

FoxSunday 7:00–7:30 p.m.Cast:Frankie Muniz Fox could very well have another huge hit on its hands with Malcolm, a sharp, quirky comedy about a precocious fourth-grader who, despite his g…

Malcolm Campbell

Sir Malcolm Campbell was an English auto racer who set land and water speed records between 1924 and 1935. He won his first race in 1912 -- the story goes that he saw the play L'Oiseau blue (The Blueb…