athenaeum

[ ath-uh-nee-uh m, -ney- ]SEE DEFINITION OF athenaeum
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This piece, with the exception of a few lines, has appeared in the Athenaeum.

If you should hear who writes in the "Athenaeum" I wish you would tell me.

I have been compelled to take in the "Athenaeum" for a while.

We went off to the Athenaeum which is well stored with books.

In the neighborhood of the Athenaeum, the cab paused, and Mike got out.

James Croker had much to do with the building of the Athenaeum.

The Athenaeum is used as a public hall for dances and concerts.

Still, he spent most of his time, as usual, at the Athenaeum.

Not one, but twenty copies of the Athenaeum in a house where never a book was read.

Rex is the popular ball, the affair of the people, and is held in the Athenaeum.

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