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Hence Shakespeare speaks of 'the lark, that tirra-lyra chants,' Wint.
I took the viall and played some things from one of their books, Lyra lessons, which they seemed to like well.
Lyra d soi, n d' eg, kai kithara leipetai, kai kata polin chrsima; kai au kat' agrous tois nomeusi syrinx an tis ei.
The Norman abbey of Lyra held the great tithes; the vicarial amounted to just one half of them, £6.
The work met with a favourable reception, and a couple of the hymns were reproduced in the pages of Lyra Britannica.
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But the general trend of recent research has been to place it in or near the adjoining constellation Lyra.
Orpheus's lute was placed in the heavens as the bright constellation Lyra.
We should hear the groans of two eminent printers who were ruined by the amazing industry of one author, Nicholas de Lyra.
The severe and exquisite verses of the "Lyra Apostolica" fitly expressed the passions of his heart.
We wooded, and then waited for the Bishop till the 9th of March, when he came in the “Lyra.”

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