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  • n  a school for students intermediate between elementary school and college; usually grades 9 to 12
  • n  a public hall for lectures and concerts

  • The central schools have auditoriums, community rooms, gymnasiums, athletic fields, libraries, lyceum courses.
  • With the facile ease of a lyceum lecturer, Evita Pern delved into the ancient authors.
  • It all started in 1826, when Josiah Holbrook of Connecticut and the lyceum movement began the long, uncomfortable cross-country trips of uncertain financial return and doubtful .
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  • Carolynne Good in ChesterChronicle.co.uk
    Carolynne adds: "It was my nana who got me into panto as a little girl. She used to take me every year." "The show at the Lyceum has been going good, but I've found it a bit emotional to be honest because I haven't done panto since my nana...
  • David Neilson in Manchester Online
    David says: "The last time I was on stage was 13 years ago, when I did Bedroom Farce at the Edinburgh Lyceum. It is going to be a bit of a culture shock, not least having to turn up for the second night to do it, because usually once I've done it, I...
  • Robert Ward in PR Web (press release)
    As a biotechnology company developing new therapeutics, we enjoy the Lyceum community's unique perspectives on how to create value at each stage of the health care system,explained Robert Ward, head of business development for NPS...

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