Lys


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Lys

 (lēs)
A river rising in northern France and flowing about 210 km (130 mi) northeast along the French-Belgian border to the Scheldt River.

Lys

(lis)

n.
a river in W Europe, in N France and W Belgium, flowing NE into the Scheldt River at Ghent. 120 mi. (195 km) long.

Lys

lysine.
References in classic literature ?
Those were anxious days, during which I had but little opportunity to associate with Lys.
They had been broken upon the night that Lys had been seen talking with von Schoenvorts.
I recognized him as Benson, the man who, Wilson had said, reported having seen Lys with von Schoenvorts two nights before.
Lys, followed by Nobs, appeared as I entered the centrale.
Once or twice Lys passed me; but for the most part she kept to her room.
I cannot tell you, Lys," I replied, "but it came to me from two different sources.
Let us see: Buckingham dead or grievously wounded; your conversation with the cardinal overheard by the four Musketeers; Lord de Winter warned of your arrival at Portsmouth; D'Artagnan and Athos to the Bastille; Aramis the lover of Madame de Chevreuse; Porthos an ass; Madame Bonacieux found again; to send you the chaise as soon as possible; to place my lackey at your disposal; to make you out a victim of the cardinal in order that the abbess may entertain no suspicion; Armentieres, on the banks of the Lys.
The day the fleurs de lys were cut out of the medallions of the treasury, and the king laid down his arms, I thought our mistress would have had the hysterics on our account.
How this was done and how, incidental- ly, the lost city of Pelone was discovered, bringing joy to the heart of Professor Swyington Bumper, will be found fully set forth in the book.
His flesh seemed strange- ly on fire, and the sounds of the battle continued in his ears.
Those who pass the YGS qualify to take the LYS to gain admission to an undergraduate program.
The present study was grounded in the hypothesis that the nature of the season (hot or cool) will influence the Lys requirement of growing pigs in the commercial condition, which has not been investigated.