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lecture

Graduate education A didactic monologue by an expert scattering pearls of wisdom ad lecturnum before disciples
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Very slowly these lectures, and the tireless activity of Hubbard, pushed back the ridicule and the incredulity; and in the merry month of May, 1877, a man named Emery drifted into Hubbard's office from the near-by city of Charlestown, and leased two telephones for twenty actual dollars--the first money ever paid for a telephone.
If the young gentleman in the red tie who cried "No, no," and who presumably claimed to have been hatched out of an egg, would wait upon him after the lecture, he would be glad to see such a curiosity.
Suppose he doesn't fight, stops his ears to the lecture, and declines to pay?
It was not unalloyed bliss, taking her to the lecture.
He began his lecture by a recapitulation of the history of chemistry and the various improvements made by different men of learning, pronouncing with fervour the names of the most distinguished discoverers.
He went out and attended three lectures in the morning.
Ladies who have a passion for attending lectures are to be found among all classes and all conditions.
If that's all, the lecture may be considered over, for I do.
Agatha, having finished her book by dint of extensive skipping, proceeded to study pathology from a volume of clinical lectures.
She therefore used to hold lectures in Boston once or twice a week, at which most of the women attended.
Fortunately, he gave his discourses somewhat of the progressive character of lectures, leading his listeners on, as it might be step by step, in a way to render all easy to the commonest understanding.
He had matriculated at the university and attended one or two courses of lectures.