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Maurice Scève (c. 1500—1560)

Louise Labé (c. 1520—1566)

 

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Lyon, John (1514?-1592), founder of Harrow School

LYON, Robert (born 1923), Bursar, Loretto School, Musselburgh, 1979–91

LYON, Ralph Edward (1865 - 1930), RFA (TF); Headmaster Bengeo Preparatory School, Hertford; late Assistant Master and Housemaster at Malvern College

YOUNG, Ernest (1869 - 1952), late Assistant Secretary for Higher Education, Middlesex Education Committee; contested (independent Liberal) N. Hammersmith, 1918; joined the Middle Temple, 1915; passed the Final, December 1916; formerly Inspector of Anglo-Vernacular Schools, Siam; Headmaster John Lyon School, Harrow, 1899; County School, Harrow, 1911

BOWLEY, Arthur Lyon (1869 - 1957), Acting Director of University of Oxford Institute of Statistics, 1940–44; Professor of Statistics in the Univ. of London, 1919–36; Emeritus Professor since 1936; Lecturer at London School of Economics and Political Science from 1895; Mathematical Lecturer at University College, Reading, 1900–07; Professor of Mathematics and Economics, 1907–13; Lecturer in Economics, 1913–19

GASK, George Ernest (1875 - 1951), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1937; Emeritus Prof. of Surgery in the University of London; Consulting Surgeon St Bartholomew’s Hospital; ex-Chairman Medical Advisory Cttee Oxford Regional Hospital Board; late Regional Adviser in Surgery EMS; late Member of Medical Research Council; late Vice-President Royal College of Surgeons, England; late Member of Governing Body of British Postgraduate School; late President of Medical Society of London; Hon. Fellow of American College of Surgeons; Corresponding Member of Academy of Medicine of Rome; Hon. member Académie de Chirurgie de France; Membre d’Honneur Société Chirurgicale de Lyons; Late Surgeon and Director of Surgical Unit to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Late Examiner in Surgery to Universities of London, Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol

 

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Term sometimes used of the group of poets writing in Lyon c. 1540–50, notably Scève, Labé, and Du Guillet.

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