Spartan admirals quickly trained themselves for a new kind of war, and one of them, Lysander, mastered it very quickly.
Lysander brought his chair to the floor with a bang that made the loose boards of the porch rattle.
After that, Lysander sailed into the Piraeus, and the exiles were readmitted.
Lysander proceeded a few paces in advance, accompanied by Ropes and the two guides.
All these things Lysander delivered to the Lacedaemonians in the latter end of summer.
As Lysander had mentioned the foregoing book-vending gentlemen, I conceived myself justified in appending this note.
Lysander was not deaf to their persuasions, and by his co-operation their request was granted.
Often, after I had brought home the drooping Viola, Lysander would follow after her.
Their being aided and abetted by Lysander was sufficient; he sent them away discomfited.
In short, Lysander was ungrateful, and the widow was a disappointed woman.