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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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For Enid Lyons, from a Christian perspective, there were many moral signposts Australians had forgotten by 1973.
Eventually Lyons abandoned the car and tried to run off, but he was detained after a police officer used CS gas on him.
This in itself suggests that Lyons and his policies enjoyed broad Australian support.
Family boss Lyons, 48, who turned up at yesterday's funeral in a white Transit van, was minutes away when the attack at an MOT garage in Balmore Road happened.
Context is attended to throughout, beginning with the short first chapter in which Lyons summarizes his expert knowledge of expanding readership across the century.
It was under the influence of the Italian traveler's stories that Guy Darmet, artistic director of the French festival of dance, embarked on this year's ninth edition of the Lyon Biennale de Danse, the biggest since its inception in 1984.
I especially value the discussion of poems celebrating Lyons by Clement Marot, Maurice Sceve, Symphorien Champier, and Jean Lemaire.
Building on the experience of the Agence d'Urbanisme and extending its remit while eschewing recall to a masterplanner or architect, the incoming administration created a small and vigorous team to coordinate policies and manage townscape and landscape projects throughout Greater Lyons.
Because her father, Mike Lyons, is an American, Robin has dual citizenship and has gone back to her birthplace to study.
AMERICAN FORESTS was encouraged by President Clinton's naming of James Robert Lyons as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Natural Resources and Environment.