LION


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AcronymDefinition
LIONLike It or Not (music)
LIONLithium Ion (battery)
LIONLiterature Online
LIONLibrarians Information Online Network
LIONLenders Interactive Online Network
LIONLabor Immigrant Organizing Network
LIONLove Is Our Nature
LIONLeading International Open Networkers
LIONLinked In Open Networker
LIONLightweight Infrared Observation Nightsight (thermal imaging camera from THALES Optronics, Netherlands)
LIONLINC on NT (Asysco software migration tool)
LIONLink Interoperability Network
LIONLocal Interagency Operations Network (Los Angeles County)
LIONLibrary of Input/Output and Numerical Subroutines (UNIVAC 1107 assembly language)
LIONLord Is Our Navigator (Christianity)
References in classic literature ?
Little Toto, now that he had an enemy to face, ran barking toward the Lion, and the great beast had opened his mouth to bite the dog, when Dorothy, fearing Toto would be killed, and heedless of danger, rushed forward and slapped the Lion upon his nose as hard as she could, while she cried out:
I didn't bite him," said the Lion, as he rubbed his nose with his paw where Dorothy had hit it.
My brethren, wherefore is there need of the lion in the spirit?
He paused and looked pensively at a sick lion in the cage opposite.
Then the lion told his wife, quite proudly, just what he had said to the Doctor.
He reached the scarred bole from which the famished lion had devoured the bark and even torn pieces of the wood itself and yet Numa had not appeared.
Here the author's outburst came to an end, and he proceeded to take up the thread of his story, saying that the keeper, seeing that Don Quixote had taken up his position, and that it was impossible for him to avoid letting out the male without incurring the enmity of the fiery and daring knight, flung open the doors of the first cage, containing, as has been said, the lion, which was now seen to be of enormous size, and grim and hideous mien.
There was, however, a servant of the king's who favoured the huntsmen, and when he heard that they were going to be put to this test he went to them and repeated everything, and said: 'The lion wants to make the king believe that you are girls.
Now this particular lion had never before come in contact with Tarzan of the Apes and he was much mystified.
They were placing and baiting a trap for Numa, the lion.
Because ten lions act similarly under similar conditions one cannot say that the eleventh lion will do likewise--the chances are that he will not.
Half a dozen times the lion paced up and down, declining to take any notice of the intruder.