Legendre, the great French mathematician, died during this year.
They heard Legendre say, 'I believe his power is wearing itself out.'
He and Legendre, with the unknown, walked to the Jardin Egalite, and there parted.
In one of the notes Legendre gives a proof of the irrationality of π.
Her tone was as cold and even as if she were reciting a theorem in Legendre.
From this moment Legendre appeared to me to be satisfied, and to relent.
Legendre cowers low; Danton, like the others, must take his doom.
Legendre decked his trivial ideas in high-sounding language.
In order to carry out Legendre's plans, forty-nine houses had to be acquired and pulled down.
One of Legendre's alternatives is, "There exists a triangle in which the sum of the three angles is equal to two right angles."