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Cy·on

(sē'on),
Elie de, Russian physiologist, 1843-1912. See: Cyon nerve.
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By introducing this concept, LGE sought to establish a premium-brand image different from its existing Cyon brand.
To be eligible for the CyOn Arrival PackageCO, customers should have a salary of AED 9,000 or more.
The English-based vision of "public affections" that Burke and Edgeworth share is thus conceived as no alien cyon or counterfeit ware imported to a fundamentally hostile medium, but the appropriate and indeed necessary means of refiguring and reconstituting Irish political and domestic life.
Now in its 14th year, COFES, presented by Cyon Research, provides an unmatched, participatory venue for discussion and debate on issues that affect attendees' businesses and their investment in engineering technologies.
Micah Hauptman, financial services counsel at the Consumer Federation of America, told ThinkAdvisor on Thursday that "industry opponents have made no secret they want the new administration to delay Cyon day one,'" DOL's fiduciary rule.
TNC drivers might think their personal insurance will cover them if they are in an accident while Cyon the job,' but that may not be the case," CUNA Mutual Staff Underwriting Specialist Al Olson said.
The advisor who made this observation explained: "The idea that a percentage fee puts the advisor Cyon the same side of the table' assumes that 1) they are the source of performance; and 2) it eliminates conflicts of interest.
Thankfully, software developers recognize the needs of an Cyon the go' culture, and have created apps that allow users to access and update their social media cache while heading to a meeting or waiting for a flight.
March, of Cyon Park Close, St Mellons, who denied wounding with intent and dangerous driving but pleaded guilty to driving while banned, was told: Your part in this matter was almost as serious as the part played by your co-defendant.
According to a November 2006 report, Cyon Research Corporation estimates that if a single platform such as JT were implemented as a standard data-transfer mechanism, automotive industry suppliers would benefit from savings in the range of $500 million to $800 million annually.