- n. Plural form of learned society.
“Lamy received many honors from learned societies and from his country; he was made domestic prelate (1885) by Leo XIII, and member of the Biblical Commission (1903) by Pius X. LADEUZE in Annuaire de l'Universite Catholique de Louvain (1908), pp. cxxxi-clix, biographical notice, with portrait; ibid., pp. v vi, remarks by the rector, Mgr. HEBBELYNCK; REINHOLD in BUCHBERGER,”
“The catalogue of her writings fills several pages, the list of titles given her by learned societies nearly as many more and, while born a princess of an ancient race and by marriage one also, she counted these titles of rank as nothing compared with her working name, and was more widely known as Dora D'Istria than as the Princess Koltzoff Massalsky.”
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