American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- See Lyon.
- n. a city in east-central France on the Rhone River; a principal producer of silk and rayon
- n. the council in 1274 that effected a temporary reunion of the Greek Orthodox with the Roman Catholic Church
- n. the council of the Western Church in 1245 that excommunicated Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and planned a new crusade against the Holy Land
“MITCH LYONS The Workhouse Ceramics Visiting Artist Exhibit features the work of Lyons, who creates images out of slabs of clay.”
“LYONS - A second person involved in Friday's head-on crash east of Lyons died Saturday.”
“The opening address -- a spine chilling 15 minute statement -- was delivered by Chief Oren Lyons from the Onondaga Nation.”
“Former “At the Movies” co-host Ben Lyons is at it again!”
“Lauri Lyons is the publisher of NOMADS Magazine and the author of Flag: An American Story.”
“Lauri Lyons is a photographer and the author of Flag: An American Story and Flag International.”
“Lyons is also the founder and director of More Fire Glass Studio in Rochester, NY.”
“Elizabeth Lyons is a sculptor who works in glass and a range of other materials.”
“The Center for Rural Affairs (CRA), located in Lyons, Neb., a town of 980, represents a set of values that reflect the best in rural people, he said: fairness, widespread ownership, personal and social responsibility and stewardship of the land where it is preserved for the next generation.”
“(He stole wine while working as a tutor in Lyons and then had problems trying to scrounge up something to eat along with it.)”
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