Lawes

[ lawz ]
/ lɔz /

noun

Henry "Harry", 1596–1662, English composer.
Lewis E(dward), 1883–1947, U.S. penologist.

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Lawes
/ (lɔːz) /

noun

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
his brother, William . 1602–45, English composer, noted for his harmonically experimental instrumental music
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