The hospital is dedicated to the memory of Lessing, who was born here.
How much better the diagnosis of Madame Dacier, who is quoted by Lessing!
An unsound text, the insertion of before the clause, sent Lessing on a wrong track.
"Doctor Lessing, if you please, madame," said Monsieur Dupont.
But the majority of Lessing's contemporaries understood him as little perhaps as did the Duke of Brunswick.
"You'd be a crackerjack to talk to the old ladies," Lessing generously praised him.
How could Lessing and Winckelmann benefit by the German culture of their time?
"Well, it keeps you on the jump all right," Lessing assured him.
The roses had come in from Lessing's country place that morning in Lessing's car, and Lessing's wife had gathered them.
Mrs. Lessing would have filled his arms, but she found the way obstructed.