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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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Here are the definitions for the SSV and the BSSV used in this article, focused specifically on games in which Ted Lyons was the starting pitcher:
The sentence sparked outrage amid claims from the victim's family that the State had allowed Lyons to buy his way out of prison.
4602 shares of 3M's common stock for every USD1, 000 original principal amounts at maturity of the LYONs being converted.
Lyons, 28, veered on to the hard shoulder and accelerated so he was alongside Mark's Transit van.
Enid Lyons had ridden the heights of popular appeal beside her husband Joe Lyons through the 1930s.
Eventually Lyons abandoned the car and tried to run off, but he was detained after a police officer used CS gas on him.
Neither the taxi passenger nor the sedan passenger were hurt as badly as Lyons, Lane County Deputy District Attorney Bill Warnisher said Tuesday.
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.
Eleganza by Lyons is suitable for all coffee makers and the eye-catching packaging has been designed to produce maximum on-shelf stand out.
NLC Immediate Past President Charles Lyons lost his bid for reelection to the Arlington, Mass.