Lyon


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Lyon: Bordeaux

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Compared with international peers, Lyon Metropolis' economy is strong.
Lyon equalised just two minutes later, Henry firing into the top corner.
When her husband arrived they walked to the nearby car park where they were approached by Lyon.
He said, 'Pakistan community in Lyon is highly respected by the French authorities due to their hardworking nature, law abiding attitude and their gestures of love for the other communities living in France.'
Lyon's galvanizing work for SNCC culminated in the book The Movement: Documentary of a Struggle for Equality, published in 1964 by Simon &c Schuster as a pulpy mass-market paperback.
A beneficiary of the Lyon family's generosity was Arkansas College at Batesville, which changed its name to Lyon College in 1995.
AEaroports de Lyon oversees Lyon-Saint ExupEary Airport (LYS), which Emirates flies to.
"Lyon, France's second largest city with a key strategic position in the heart of Europe, has strengthened its international profile over the last few years.
Stating that Lyon had shown 'enormous character' during the summer Ashes series despite being dropped initially, Jones also said that he believes Lyon bowled very well in the final three Tests of the summer series and learnt a bit about himself as well.
LYON, France -- Salad, the menu at Notre Maison says, is for rabbits.