academic

All Adjective Noun
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  • There are forty-four full-time academic staff and over one thousand students.
  • He started for three years and was an academic all-conference player.
  • He also had an excellent academic standing from his college and university studies.
  • Commercial research and other academic research also continue to focus on increasingly difficult problems.
  • These include cultural and religious groups, academic clubs and teams, and common-interest organizations.
  • Most academic work is published in journal article or book form.
  • It is an academic field of study which studies the goal of creating intelligence.
  • The majority of public and private colleges now offer full academic programs online.
  • His senior year, he was named to the academic All-American team.
  • Both divisions awarded first and second all-conference teams as well as academic all-conference awards.
  • There is academic exchange between the two countries as well.
  • However, there has been academic speculation as to who actually wrote this book.
  • Along with music, he taught his children languages and academic subjects.
  • He was also named an Academic All-American for a second time.
  • More than ever before came from non-academic backgrounds and had few role models.
  • Most lose interest in school and show a decline in academic performance.
  • The is the primary academic body of the university.
  • The Faculty currently offers the following four-year academic degree programs.
  • He was the first full-time academic to be appointed as a High Court Judge.
  • Hotel management is a globally accepted professional career field and academic field of study.
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Meaning of academic

  • adjective Associated with academia or an academy
    the academic curriculum, academic gowns