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Lurie

/ ˈlʊərɪ /

noun

  1. LurieAlison1926FUSWRITING: novelist Alison. born 1926, US novelist. Her novels include Imaginary Friends (1967), The War Between the Tates (1974), Foreign Affairs (1985), and The Last Resort (1998)


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The return of John Lurie is significant on several levels, quite apart from the specific strengths of his music and his art.

It was actually by Lurie, who sang on it, as he never did with the Lounge Lizards.

In mid September, John Lurie was also at the Cavin-Morris gallery, watching as his art was hung for an upcoming show.

All the while, Lurie was diligently, but privately making paintings.

John Lurie was a big figure in the punk scene, until he was struck with an early case of chronic Lyme disease.

And so, when Lurie defiantly started to stalk out of the room, he was not stopped.

He was a normally constituted and well-regulated young man of twenty-five, a year or two Lurie's junior.

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