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Gu·yon

(gē-yon[h]'),
Jean C.F., French surgeon, 1831-1920. See: Guyon amputation, Guyon isthmus, Guyon sign, Guyon tunnel syndrome.
References in classic literature ?
George, or Holiness; of Sir Guyon, or Temperance; and of the Lady Britomartis, or Chastity.
This season Elsa Schiaparelli creative director Bertrand Guyon is dressing Parisian sophisticates with fairy-tale allure.
Sacrifice and Delight in the Mystical Theologies of Anna Maria van Schurman and Madame Jeanne Guyon.
Thoughts on the Deeper Christian Life from the Classic Writings of Madame Guyon, Francois Fenelon, and Michael Molinos
The market leader was quickly away in the hands of Maxime Guyon and was in the perfect position to strike in the straight, tracking the pacesetting Arod.
Maxime Guyon positioned the market leader close to the pace from the off, tacking the pacesetting Toormore before angling out to challenge over a furlong from home.
Freddy Head's charge cruised into the lead a furlong out under Maxime Guyon and pulled clear to see off Gailo Chop (20-1) by a length-and-half.
Head had been brimming with confidence in the days building up to the 1,800-metre event and that confidence was transformed into sheer equine brilliance as his grey forged clear under Maxime Guyon.
Committed to the lead by jockey Maxime Guyon entering the final furlong of the Classic, the French filly was all guts to fend off the late thrust of Lightning Thunder, with Godolphin's Ihtimal three-quarters of a length away in third.
Guyon and Henry-Labordere present and compare various numerical methods for solving high-dimensional nonlinear problems arising in option pricing.
The monstrously hybrid mermaids and harpies that Guyon encounters on the sea "embod[y] the longstanding connection between hybridity, degeneration, and the undomesticated energies of the semi- or sub-human world," and this confusion is reflected by the "'desert" blanketed by a "grosse fog'" (74).