Their laboratories were widely opened to foreigners, and lectures were being given by a Pleiad of celebrated professors.
But he inaugurates the Pleiad of amateur, curious, and commercial travellers.
This is sometimes spoken of as 'the lost Pleiad,' but there does not seem to be any foundation for the story.
Yet, here was Hrdia and the Pleiad and de Vigny, all of whom were beloved exceptions.
It is said that the centripetal force of our solar system is the Pleiad Alcyon.
Yet, here was Hérédia and the Pleiad and de Vigny, all of whom were beloved exceptions.
One of the most interesting is the fading of the 7th Pleiad, due, according to Ovid, to grief at the taking of Troy.
Ever since there have only been six stars, the six maidens, in the Pleiad.
In that starry firmament there is no lost Pleiad; even the Lone Star needed not long to shine in loneliness.
A bit of mould is a Pleiad of flowers; a nebula is an ant-hill of stars.