Lawes



[lawz] /lɔz/

noun
1.
Henry (“Harry”) 1596–1662, English composer.
2.
Lewis E(dward) 1883–1947, U.S. penologist.
/lɔːz/
noun
1.
Henry. 1596–1662, English composer, noted for his music for Milton’s masque Comus (1634) and for his settings of some of Robert Herrick’s poems
2.
his brother, William. 1602–45, English composer, noted for his harmonically experimental instrumental music

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