from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an academical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an academical manner; as an academic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in regard to academic matters
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Because of the custodial job that schools need to fill for many families to the job of socialization, there are a lot of reasons to suggest that students will still go to facilities of some sort for their education -- even if the platform for much of what they will do academically is online.
The Dean will lead the effort to reach out to the legal community nationally to enhance the School's visibility as a leading source of students of diverse backgrounds and bilingual capabilities, as a venue for collaboration and continuing legal education, and as an intellectual partner in academically and legally significant contemporary issues.
Finding schools that fit your needs and where you'll fit in academically and personally, articulating why you're a good match to the admissions office and letting them know you're serious will make the whole thing more predictable.
Pardon this personal reference, because I have great reluctance to lend further currency to that dreadful deterioration of the finest kind of word whereby the term "academic" has become a word of discredit, and the man who talks academically is supposed to talk about what he does not know -- (laughter) for the academic circle is the place where you learn and where you are supposed to know; but such is the trick of language.
But there wasn't resounding support for the proposed plan - creating accelerated classes comprised of students identified as academically gifted at schools with large populations of those students.
Currently, students are identified as academically gifted through a test given in the third grade, as well as through teacher observations and parent input.
Any translation is a "version" [with translations into the mother tongue going by that name academically] and should read as if it has not been translated.
• Research across many cities is conclusive that mobility sets students back academically, which is why responsible school districts try to limit mobility.
It's not because too many poets write "academically" or got their MFAs.
I have one very close friend that was never "academically" successful, but has personal skills like no one I have ever seen.