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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Tyson, Mike Tyson, Michael Gerald Tyson(noun)

    United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion (born in 1966)

Wiktionary

  1. Tyson(ProperNoun)

    transferred from the surname.

    Etymology: Nickname from tison "firebrand". Also a patronymic surname, variant of Dyson, from .

Freebase

  1. Tyson

    Tyson is a bulldog that is famous for his ability to skateboard. He has appeared on numerous TV shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and Rob & Big, and has been featured on Internet video sites such as YouTube. His owner, Jim Blauvelt says that the dog was self-taught, starting in Huntington Beach, California in 2001. He appeared in the two movies: Lords of Dogtown and Undiscovered in which his performance was considered to be "outstandingly gifted". When performing, he earns over $1000 a day.

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    Song lyrics by tyson -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by tyson on the Lyrics.com website.

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  1. Tonys

  2. stony

How to pronounce Tyson?

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How to say Tyson in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tyson in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Tyson in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Tyson in a Sentence

  1. Carter Dillard:

    Tyson Foods has a history of abusing animals. They're not isolated incidents. This is a company-wide problem of exploiting workers and animals in a system designed to maximize profit. What’s different about our investigation is that we are taking legal action.

  2. Warren Buffett:

    I personally think that society is responsible for a very significant percentage of what I've earned. If you stick me down in the middle of Bangladesh or Peru or someplace, you find out how much this talent is going to produce in the wrong kind of soil... I work in a market system that happens to reward what I do very well - disproportionately well. Mike Tyson, too. If you can knock a guy out in 10 seconds and earn $10 million for it, this world will pay a lot for that. If you can bat .360, this world will pay a lot for that. If you're a marvelous teacher, this world won't pay a lot for it. If you are a terrific nurse, this world will not pay a lot for it. Now, am I going to try to come up with some comparable worth system that somehow (re)distributes that? No, I don't think you can do that. But I do think that when you're treated enormously well by this market system, where in effect the market system showers the ability to buy goods and services on you because of some peculiar talent - maybe your adenoids are a certain way, so you can sing and everybody will pay you enormous sums to be on television or whatever -I think society has a big claim on that.

  3. Michael Buffer:

    Tyson's career was just on fire. Literally everyone in the world was obsessed with watching (him) fight, he just became the dominant force in boxing. That was quite a big impact and maybe one of the biggest factors in my career taking-off.

  4. Nathan Greenberg:

    They are treating us like we are Tyson Chicken.

  5. Roy Jones:

    Twelve-ounce gloves ? No headgear ? Really ? This is an exhibition ? Come on, bruh. Be real. In short, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones said everything one might expect from two cagey veterans of the fight game to promote real sporting interest in this endeavor, which came to life after the online world saw footage of Mike Tyson looking impressive while sparring earlier this year. Roy Jones eagerly accepted the opportunity for Mike Tyson highest-profile fight in a decade. Mike Tyson and Roy Jones believe theyll be able to put on a show worthy of their legends. Theyre also eager to be the latest in the growing line of athletes competing at elite levels into their 40s and beyond with improvements in sports science, nutrition and training. When I came along, at 32 years old, you were considered an old guy.

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