Lyceum a

Lyceum a

gymnasium where Aristotle taught in ancient Athens. [Gk. Hist.: Hart, 502]
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Benilde survived a series of erratic plays in dealing Lyceum a 25-20, 18-25, 25-14, 25-18 defeat yesterday in NCAA women's volleyball at The Arena in San Juan City.
Lyceum a true Liverpool pioneer THE Lyceum was constructed in 1802 as a news-room and England's first subscription library.
Proponents of the systems called the lyceum a "peripaton" and the institute a "peripatetic normal school" ("Lyceum" 1829; Spearman 2006).
Holbrook himself conceptualized the lyceum as a place that "would form a nucleus for intellectual activity in a community" (Ray 2006, 15).
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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.
No Friday the 13th curse hovered over Lyceum as the league leader bulldozed its way past Jose Rizal University, 100-63, in the NCAA Season 93 men's basketball tournament Friday at Filoil Flying V Centre.
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.
He also edited the Family Lyceum as a weekly newspaper.
Robinson, who began his job with the Pirates in 2014, said the team's finals appearance in 2017 not only made Lyceum as a premier basketball program but also as better-known educational institution.
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Ralph Tansingco also had 14 points for Lyceum as he shot 4-of-6 from deep.