What is Lyon?

  • (noun): A city in east-central France on the Rhone River; a principal producer of silk and rayon.
    Synonyms: Lyons


Coordinates: 45°45′35″N 4°50′32″E / 45.7597°N 4.8422°E / 45.7597; 4.8422

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Damia (novel) - Plot
... Damia is told mainly from the point of view of Afra Lyon, the Rowan's assistant, a character first introduced in the previous book ... It then shows Lyon's view of the events of The Rowan, followed by his helping to raise Rowan and Jeff Raven's children, especially the precocious and powerful Damia ... Lyon later realizes that he has fallen in love with his young ward, which gives him rather conflicted feelings ...
Lyon - Gallery
... The lion is a common sight in Lyon A lion door knocker in Lyon The lion at Maison des Avocats A real lion in the Parc de la Tête d'Or The lion on ...
Hakin9 - DICKS Hoax
... current maintainer of Nmap, Gordon "Fyodor" Lyon, criticized Hakin9's editorial practices for accepting content he called "ridiculous", even to the title ... Lyon speculated that the chapter had been generated by SCIgen (software for generating nonsense computer science papers) ... Lyon initially obtained permission from Hakin9 to publish the chapter on the NMAP website, but once news of the hoax began to spread, Hakin9 sent Lyon a legal threat to remove it ...
Mathieu Bodmer - Club Career - Lyon
... On June 14, 2007, Lyon officially announced that they would be unveiling Kader Keïta and Bodmer to the media, the pair having already passed their medicals at the ... On June 16, 2007, Lyon confirmed the signing of Bodmer from Lille for a €6.5 million fee ... Bodmer made his Ligue 1 debut for Lyon in Lyon's second match day loss to Toulouse ...
Jimmy Lyon
... Jimmy Lyon (born James Douglas Lyon on May 22, 1955) is an American rock guitarist. ...

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