Lys

[department] Lys is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It is named after the river Lys. It was created on 1 October 1795, when the Southern Netherlands were annexed by France. Before its occupation, its territory was part of the county of Flanders. Its capital was Bruges. The département was subdivide...
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LYS

[sailing] LYS is an acronym for Leading Yard Stick, formerly Lidingö Yard Stick. LYS is an empirically based handicapping system used in yacht racing in the nordic countries. The handicap system was developed in 1970 by the Swedish yacht designer Lars-Olof Norlin. He based the system on regatta results from the Round Lidingö Race. His own...
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Lys

Lys (lēs) , Du. Leie, river, c.135 mi (220 km) long, rising in the hills of Artois, N France, and flowing northeast, forming the Franco-Belgian border between Armentières and Menen. It continues into Belgium past Kortrijk to empty into the Scheldt (Schelde) River at Ghent (Gent). The Lys ...
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Lys

Lys: Lysine. See also: Amino acid symbols.
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Lys

Symbol for lysine, or its radicals in peptides. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Lys

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for lysine or lysyl.
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