里昂大都会 （Métropole de Lyon）或 大里昂地区 （Grand Lyon），是法国奥弗涅-罗讷-阿尔卑斯大区所辖的领土集体都会区。以里昂市鎮为中心和省会，包括58个市鎮。
里加奇 （匈牙利语： Rigács ），是匈牙利维斯普雷姆州所辖的一个村，总面积6.17平方公里，总人口191，人口密度31.0人/平方公里（2010年1月1日）。
里昂区 （法语： Arrondissement de Lyon ）是法国罗讷省所辖的一个区。总面积1746平方公里，总人口1406043，人口密度805人/平方公里（1999年）。主要城镇为里昂。
里昂第四区 是法国里昂的九个区之一。面积2.93平方公里，人口33797人。 里昂，第四个区域是建立在1852年3月24日，是最早设立的五个区域中的一个，它的边界与原来的红十字山镇的相同。
里昂中國增長基金 是香港昔日的一個 封閉式基金 ，於90年代在香港交易所上市，直至1996年脫離香港股市。 通过里昂证券有限的管理。
里昂印尼增長基金 是香港昔日的一個封閉式基金，於90年代在香港交易所上市，直至1996年脫離香港股市。 通过里昂证券有限的管理。
里昂印度大陸基金 是香港昔日的一個封閉式基金，於90年代在香港交易所上市，直至1996年脫離香港股市。 通过里昂证券有限的管理。
里昂太平洋增長基金 是香港昔日的一個 封閉式基金 ，於90年代在香港交易所上市，直至1996年脫離香港股市。 通过里昂证券有限的管理。
里昂發展市場基金 是香港昔日的一個封閉式基金，於90年代在香港交易所上市，直至1996年脫離香港股市。 通过里昂证券有限的管理。
里昂劇場 （法語： Odeon of Lyon) 是位於法國城市里昂的一座古羅馬時期的劇場。其附近還有一座較大的的羅馬劇場，是富維耶山古羅馬劇場。里昂劇場修建於2世紀時期，在16世紀被重新發現。
Hypertropha thesaurella is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1880. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Queensland and New South Wales. The wingspan is 19–20 mm. The forewings are black, the basal half almost entirely occupied by four transverse, rather outwardly curved, almost confluent faint ochreous-whitish bands, composed of numerous very fine transverse strigulae, these bands being very obscurely separated by slender black lines, only distinct as black spots on the costa, where also the pale bands are usually more distinct. There is a small ochreous-whitish spot on the costa in the middle, giving rise to an indistinct orange-ochreous transverse line marking off the basal half, and itself immediately followed by a metallic bluish-purple line of raised scales. Immediately preceding the ochreous line are three small metallic bluish-purple raised spots, one on the inner margin, one above and one below the middle. At about one-third from the base is a transverse metallic blue raised line from the middle of the disc perpendicularly to the inner margin, interrupted on the fold. There is an outwardly curved metallic blue-purple line from three-fourths of the costa to the anal angle, the lower half interrupted to form three spots near and parallel to the hind margin. The lower two-thirds of the space between this and the central line is strewn with ochreous-whitish scales, especially towards the inner margin. Beyond this line is a white outwardly oblique spot on the costa, emitting a faint band of transverse whitish strigulae along the hind margin to the anal angle, leaving three elongate black spots on the lower part of the hind margin. Beyond this band is an outwardly oblique orange-ochreous subapical spot from the costa. The hindwings are deep yellow, with a broad black margin.
The length of the shell attains 7.5 mm, its diameter 3 mm. Original description The inner or columellar margin of the lip possesses seven or eight close and minute plicae. There is also one minute process at the parietal sinus. It is of a graceful attenuate fusiform shell, six-whorled, or perhaps seven, but the apex is broken off in the only specimen we have. It shows longitudinal ribs crossed by many lirae. The aperture is oblong. The pure whiteness of the shell is relieved by a row of brown spots between the ribs just above the sutures and in the middle of the body whorl.
Original description The length of the ventricose shell attains 5 mm, its diameter 2 mm. Two forms have been seen by us, differing in colour as follows: - In what would be considered the type, an ashy brown is the prevailing hue, filleted round the whorls transversely with bluish white. In the other, a handsomer variety, a warm ochre with flecking and median brown linear banding round the three last whorls, which are seven in number altogether. The form of the shell is oblong. It is very solid, obtusely ribbed with fine spiral striae. The outer lip is extremely thickened. The inner lip is simple. The aperture is ovate. The columella is simple.
The length of the shell attains 8 mm, its diameter 4 mm. Original description The fusiform, somewhat solid shell becomes attenuate towards the apex. It contains seven whorls. The whorls of the protoconch are imperfect in all the examples examined. They are tinged with blackish brown. The subsequent whorls are turreted, tumid and brightly ochraceous. They are ornamented with strong longitudinal ribs, which number eleven on the body whorl. These are crossed by spiral close striae, which are not shown on elder worn specimens. The most conspicuous feature is a series of darker blackish-brown zones.one just above the suture of each whorl and another in the centre of the lowest. These zones are interrupted and only appear between the ribs, the remainder of the surface being painted with light brown scattered dots and flames, a series of light spiral maculations just below the sutures being specially prominent. The aperture is narrow, oblong, the dark zone shows transversely across the interior. The outer lip is incrassate, sinus very obscure. The columella is straight and stained with brown at the base.
Cryptophasa themerodes is a moth in the family Xyloryctidae. It was described by Turner in 1904. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from Queensland. The wingspan is about 35 mm. The forewings are whitish, intimately mixed with grey, and with some dark fuscous scales. The discal dots are scantily represented by dark fuscous scales, the first at one-third, the second beyond the middle and the third on the fold obliquely beyond the first. There are several dark fuscous dots near the termen. The hindwings are whitish, towards the termen suffused with pale fuscous.
The length of the shell attains 14 mm, its diameter 5 mm. Original description The slender, acute shell is strongly sculptured, with pale brownish clouding on a yellowish white ground. The protoconch is smooth, inflated, and consists of 1½ whorl, followed by about eight sculptured whorls. The suture is distinct, undulated, strongly appressed, thick-edged, with a strong cord immediately behind the strongly constricted smooth anal fasciole. Other spiral sculpture consists of on the spire one or two strong peripheral cords, swollen and almost angulated where they override the ribs. On the body whorl there are six or seven cords with much wider interspaces and as many more smaller close-set threads on the siphonal canal. The axial sculpture consists of seven or eight very prominent short ribs on the penultimate whorl; fading out on the body whorl, and rather prominent widely spaced incremental lines most conspicuous on the body whorl. The aperture is subovate. The anal sulcus is conspicuous, rounded, with a marked subsutural callus. The outer lip is thin, moderately arcuate, not varicose. The inner lip shows a coat of enamel with the anterior edge raised. The columella is short, straight. The siphonal canal is hardly differentiated from the aperture.
National Highway 1D (India, old numbering)
National Highway 1D, also known as Srinagar-Leh Highway, was a National Highway entirely within the state of Jammu & Kashmir in North India that connected Srinagar to Leh in Ladakh. It was one of the only two roads that connected Ladakh with the rest of India, the other being Leh-Manali Highway. The Srinagar-Leh Highway was declared as National Highway in 2006. The old Central Asian trade route Srinagar-Leh-Yarkand was also known as the Treaty Road, after a commercial treaty signed in 1870 between Maharaja Ranbir Singh and Thomas Douglas Forsyth.
Thespieus opigena Hewitson, 1866 Thespieus argentina Draudt, 1923 Thespieus vividus Mabille, 1891 Thespieus xarina Hayward, 1948 Thespieus abatira J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus castor Hayward, 1948 Thespieus catochra Plotz, 1882 Thespieus abauna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus matucanae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus dalman Latreille, Thespieus thona Evans, 1955 Thespieus macareus Herrich-Schaffer, 1869 Thespieus aspernatus Draudt, 1923 Thespieus tihoneta Weeks, 1901 Thespieus xarippe Butler, 1870 Thespieus zikani Mielke, 1971 Thespieus pinda Evans, 1955 Thespieus peruviae Lindsey, 1925 Thespieus tapayuna J. Zikan, 1938 Thespieus othna Butler, 1870 Thespieus caraca Evans, 1955
Themara is a genus of tephritid or fruit flies in the family Tephritidae. Many species have the head elongated sideways with the eyes placed on the extensions. Their biology is largely unknown but are thought to breed on rotting wooden logs or tree trunks. There are about 10 species distributed in South and Southeast Asia and include: T. maculipennis T. lunifera T. jacobsoni T. hirsuta T. andamanensis T. hirtipes T. extraria T. nigrifacies T. yunnana T. ampla
Theseis was a third-person action-adventure video game developed by Greek indie development team Track7 Games. Development began in 2004, and the game was planned for release on the Xbox 360 and PC in early 2008. The game would be set in modern-day Athens and star a duo of paranormal investigators caught between mundane and supernatural worlds. The game would have featured a cast of characters from Greek mythology, while the plot would have players follow clues in search of a long-lost ancient artifact that could spell disaster for the entire human race. Despite garnering a lot of interest by both local and international media, Theseis languished in development hell for almost half a decade, before being unceremoniously cancelled in August 2009 due to a shortage in funds.