Lyceum a

Lyceum a

gymnasium where Aristotle taught in ancient Athens. [Gk. Hist.: Hart, 502]
References in periodicals archive ?
Lyceum a true Liverpool pioneer THE Lyceum was constructed in 1802 as a news-room and England's first subscription library.
With the deal, giving Lyceum a significant majority stake in Clearswift, the private equity firm brings total deal value in the IT industry so far this year to over GBP100m (USD155.
Proponents of the systems called the lyceum a "peripaton" and the institute a "peripatetic normal school" ("Lyceum" 1829; Spearman 2006).
And he says that Bold Street's transformation into a food and drink hotspot has made the Lyceum a more attractive option for potential tenants.
Also stepping up was Wilson Baltazar, who scored all of his 10 points in the second quarter that gave Lyceum a 40-25 lead.
The Pirates scored on three consecutive dunks at the start of the fourth with Mike Nzeusseu throwing down a windmill and CJ Perez flushing home a one-hander that gave Lyceum a 74-53 lead.
Jesper Ayaay caught a pass from Reymar Caduyac and hit a gut-wrenching triple from the left corner with 26 seconds left that gave Lyceum a 77-70 lead.
Things were still tight between the two teams just heading into the final minute as Mike Nzeusseu tipped in Reymar Caduyac's miss with 1:06 left in the game to give Lyceum a 74-70 lead.
He also edited the Family Lyceum as a weekly newspaper.
Zarks owner Commie Varona said his decision to partner with the Lyceum squad stemmed from the similarities he sees with his company as a fast-rising casual dining burger chain and Lyceum as an emerging NCAA power.
It's easy to look at Lyceum as a CJ Perez-centric team.
Ralph Tansingco also had 14 points for Lyceum as he shot 4-of-6 from deep.