The letters, telephone calls, and fax messages started pouring into the lyceum.
Among the boxes that arrived at the lyceum was one bearing a return address I recognized.
And the company is breaking ground on a distillery in September, to be located in an old inn down the street from the lyceum.
This was the verdict of the public who thronged the lyceum to its utmost capacity, during the months of the past winter.
Fred Archer sent him originally to the stage door at the lyceum.
The first night of "Olivia" at the lyceum was about the only comfortable first night that I have ever had!
But still I do not understand why it should always be the lyceum.
To find the place of the lyceum in the evolution of the debaters, we will eliminate genius.
"Now you are talking like a heroine of lyceum drama," he said.
The subscription dance announced at the lyceum formed a great topic of discussion.
1580s, Latin form of Greek lykeion, name of a grove or garden with covered walks near Athens where Aristotle taught, from neuter of Lykeios "wolf-slayer," an epithet of Apollo, whose temple was nearby, from lykos "wolf." Hence lycée, name given in France to state-run secondary schools. In England, early 19c., lyceum was the name taken by a number of literary societies; in U.S., after c.1820, it was the name of institutes that sponsored popular lectures in science and literature.