The head of the lyse hospital had begun to make inquiries into the working of the Supply Department.
In 1814 and 1815 the lyse was temporarily occupied by Alexander I. of Russia.
He was being taken to lyse, where nobody would know him and he would know nobody!
At each of his visits to Paris, he never failed to go to the lyse.
On the card which you have just sent me, madame, you wrote that you had seen me yesterday at the lyse.
It seemed that the prefect of police at lyse had not apprehended 161 them.
The trio of crooks, if such they were, had not joined each other here in lyse by accident.
And, of course, the goods had never been delivered to the hospital at lyse.
He quite startled her then, for she had said nothing of that in her letter to the lyse prefect of police.
The prefect of police at lyse has sent me to you, and he bowed again to Ruth.
lyse (līs, līz) or lyze (līz)
v. lysed or lyzed, lys·ing or lyz·ing, lys·es or lyz·es
To undergo or cause to undergo lysis.