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Ty·son

(tī'sŏn),
Edward, English anatomist, 1649-1708. See: Tyson glands.
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As is always the case, Tyson made science fun Thursday, especially while taking audience questions.
Tyson Rotisserie Bakes take advantage of hot consumer demand trends:
It is with great sadness I report today the death of Don Tyson, former Chairman and CEO of Tyson Foods and a leading member of our company's board of directors.
Today, Tyson is an entrepreneur and author of the acclaimed book How I Retired at 26
Tyson, a father of three, would also like to see women's lacrosse in the valley.
Meanwhile, the two men Tyson allegedly attacked were also appearing in court today to face trial on charges that they menaced the boxer.
Britain's WBC heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis will be watching the outcome of Tyson-King II closely, intimately linked as he is to the pounds 40million pot that his rematch with Tyson is expected to generate.
During the last four weeks Tyson has been linked with a fight against the new heavyweight sensation Roy Jones, but now the former champion has decided that he wants revenge for his eight-round defeat by Lewis last June.
ranked Tyson as the most respected foodservice manufacturer.
But the Tyson case, which has received national attention, makes it clear that many people-- Americans and Mexicans, powerful executives and poor immigrants- feel they can't afford to wait for changes in the law.
The one everyone wants to know about, of course, is what price Tyson is to disgrace himself with a disqualification.