"[The group is] a creative place to understand one another," Leyden said.
L'Ecluse, professor of botany at Leyden, one of the greatest naturalists of his age, published his Exoticorum in 1605.
I loved Mayken Floriszoon, who died at Leyden, the day after help came.
There was no shred of doubt at that moment that Leyden had made considerable progress in intimacy with the Mission people.
In 1740, at Leyden, was discovered the jar which bears that name.
The speeches of Haerlem and Leyden, which being written were read, have been admired.
But the last exclamation escaped him like the discharge from a Leyden jar.
It is said that at the siege of Leyden they were reduced to such desperate straits that all they had to eat was dogs and cats.
Leyden and Amsterdam as quickly recall to our minds the name of Rembrandt.
There may be some of my readers who are unacquainted with this interesting piece of electrical apparatus the Leyden jar.