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  • adjective Of pertaining to a style of architecture based on classical models, especially such a style of the 18th century.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective characteristic of a revival of an earlier classical style

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Examples

  • I would only point out your posts mention other musical works you listen to which appear to be in neoclassical vein.

    Keep On Darthin' In The Free World

  • What’s dangerous about O’Reilly’s line is that it links Christian virtue with prosperity, a theme that reared its head in neoclassical economics since the 1800s.

    Think Progress » O’Reilly Teaches Viewers the True Meaning of Christmas

  • One likely reason is his so-called neoclassical period, though as conductor Pablo Heras-Casado, who will be leading several of the festival's offerings, notes, the phrase is a misnomer.

    Stravinsky Crashes the Party

  • Mainstream (also known as neoclassical) economists consider sustainability to be a fad and are overwhelmingly committed to growth.

    Herman Daly Festschrift~ The world is in over-shoot and what to do about it

  • Mark Blaug calls neoclassical economics "sick", a "soporific scholasticism" of mathematical formalism where the slogan "No reality, please, we're economists" rules.

    Traveling the last mile with William Jones

  • Mark Blaug calls neoclassical economics "sick", a "soporific scholasticism" of mathematical formalism where the slogan "No reality, please, we're economists" rules.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Mill's vision survived the so-called neoclassical revolution in economics beginning in the 1870s and is clearly discernable in the most important methodological treatises concerning neoclassical economics, such as John Neville Keynes 'The Scope and Method of Political Economy

    Philosophy of Economics

  • The winemaking philosophy can be defined as neoclassical—marrying the best of the New and Old World winemaking knowledge and traditions.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The winemaking philosophy can be defined as neoclassical—marrying the best of the New and Old World winemaking knowledge and traditions.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • The winemaking philosophy can be defined as neoclassical—marrying the best of the New and Old World winemaking knowledge and traditions.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

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