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Ly·on

(lī'on),
B. B. Vincent, U.S. physician, 1880-1953. See: Meltzer-Lyon test.

Ly·on

(lī'on),
Mary F., 20th-century English cytogeneticist. See: Lyon hypothesis, lyonization.
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When her husband arrived they walked to the nearby car park where they were approached by Lyon.
The Ambassador also thanked the Franco Pakistan Association for their valuable assistance in setting up of Pakistani Pavilion in Multicultural village of Lyon during his three days stay in Lyon.
However, Lawson predicted a swift return for Lyon if Agar, who did not take a wicket in England's first innings, struggled in the second dig, although the report said that Lyon appeared to have lost the confidence of selectors this year, which he had enjoyed over the past two years since taking six-for on debut.
The city of Lyon currently offers over 15,000 hotel rooms with another 1,000 room expected to come on board this year.
An earlier MoU signed between the French Riviera Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Dubai Chamber in 1999 is already playing a significant role in attracting more French companies to Dubai as the signing of this new trade agreement with the Lyon Chamber of Commerce and Industry is expected to pull in more trading partners from this emerging regional trading hub of Europe.
Lyon was picked from among 15 applicants to replace former superintendent Dean Bentley, who after only a year on the job resigned in June to take a superintendent job in Bakersfield.
Yet a number of other installations in Lyon also distilled a kind of "experience" for the viewer (many less severe), inevitably bringing to mind our necessarily changed perception of such controlled environments, given the rise of branded architecture during the '90s.
Lyon admitted assault on the basis he tripped up the girl, causing her facial injuries.
Smith credits Herriot with considerable resolve in pushing through the demolition of the old hospital of La Charite in Lyon, using unemployment relief funds to hire the workers who carried away the debris of an institution cherished by the city's elite.
Among the artists featured from the 21 European countries present were France's Blanca Li, known for her personal blend of urban dance, flamenco, and circus movement, and the Lyon Opera Ballet, each of whom presented new works; Belgium's Jan Fabre, a cutting-edge artist whose works include choreography, sculpture, and photography (a selection of the latter was on view at the Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art); and Italy's Aterballeto, one of the country's foremost contemporary ballet companies.
In March 1999 the IRS assessed Lyon for more than $338,000 in trust fund taxes North Branch owed.
West Midlands law firm Challinors Lyon Clark recently held a networking event at top cosmetics house Space NK, within the Harvey Nichols store in the Mailbox, Birmingham.