There are, of course, many Cattleyas recognized as species, but Lindley's rule has been maintained.
I quite agree, under all circumstances, with the propriety of Lindley.
The President had accordingly gone some twelve miles in the direction of Lindley.
I say, though, he is safe to tell Lindley that I suggested it.
This is exactly opposed to Lindley's statement—viz., that the petal-facing stamens are sterile.
It was still young Lindley who was interceding in the boys behalf.
Yes, a good friend and an honest man, if ever there was one, answered Lindley.
But hed hardly attack a party as large as ours, cried Lindley.
I wonder what Lindley thinks; probably too busy to read or think on the question.
No insolence, boy, quoth Lindley, working himself into a fine rage.