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a city in east-central France on the Rhone River

the council in 1274 that effected a temporary reunion of the Greek Orthodox with the Roman Catholic Church

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the council of the Western Church in 1245 that excommunicated Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II and planned a new crusade against the Holy Land

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Say this to him: `Sire, you are deceived as to the feeling in France, as to the opinions of the towns, and the prejudices of the army; he whom in Paris you call the Corsican ogre, who at Nevers is styled the usurper, is already saluted as Bonaparte at Lyons, and emperor at Grenoble.
Then he turned to the various articles he had left behind him, put the black cravat and blue frock-coat at the bottom of the portmanteau, threw the hat into a dark closet, broke the cane into small bits and flung it in the fire, put on his travelling-cap, and calling his valet, checked with a look the thousand questions he was ready to ask, paid his bill, sprang into his carriage, which was ready, learned at Lyons that Bonaparte had entered Grenoble, and in the midst of the tumult which prevailed along the road, at length reached Marseilles, a prey to all the hopes and fears which enter into the heart of man with ambition and its first successes.
Or so--like Lyons sausage,' said John Baptist, demonstrating the various cuts on the bread he held, and soberly chewing what he had in his mouth.
In 1973, asked to give the Silver Jubilee Sir John Morris Memorial lecture--a lecture set up to honour the founding of the Tasmanian Adult Education Board--Enid Lyons delivered an address on the key principles that had guided her in life.
Prosecutor Clare Larton told a judge at Bradford Crown Court yesterday how Lyons reached speeds of over 70mph as the Ford Mondeo he was driving was pursued through residential areas.
Bird reveals in full detail for the first time crucial episodes in Australian international history, including the Australian response to Hitler's re-militarisation of the Rhineland in March 1936, the Australian intervention in the Sudetenland crisis on 28 September 1938, Lyons' role in developing defence policy and the clash between Lyons and the visiting author H.
Traditionally, Lyons has been dismissed as a leader who did little to help Australia recover from the 1930s Depression and prepare it for World War II, seeking instead to serve his conservative masters at home and be a lackey to British Conservative prime minister Neville Chamberlain.
The crime clan chief was surrounded by burly henchmen and a crowd of 300 mourners for the service in Glasgow for Michael Lyons, 21, who was gunned down in December.
The three-alarm fire broke out Saturday night around 7 in a pharmacy at Lyons and Peachland avenues, said county fire Capt.
Lyons thought business orders from technology and industrial companies would pick up because so many companies had put off their purchases during the recession.
Knowing the most relevant literature well, Lyons seeks with a nice balance of caution and daring "to encounter individual readers," probing not only their reading but their intimate responses to it.
That dream continued in the form of a Taiwanese ode to traditional Nankuan music performed in the intimate setting of the Lyons Opera Amphitheater.
Lyons Press, 1997, 255 pages, 5 1/4" x 8 1/2", paperback, $14.
After acknowledging the central role the city of Lyons plays in the conception, presentation, and publication of the Euvres, Rigolot goes on to trace the conditions and circumstances that facilitated Louise Labe's entry into the publishing world.
Designed specifi cally by Lyons, it fits conveniently in a fridge door in order to keep coffee at its freshest.