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Synonyms for classical


Synonyms for classical

characterized by enduring excellence, appeal, and importance

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traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste

of or relating to the most highly developed stage of an earlier civilisation and its culture


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of recognized authority or excellence

(language) having the form used by ancient standard authors

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of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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Mike posted a statement to his social media accounts yesterday, saying: "It is with much regret that I have to announce that I will not be taking part in the show(s) Classically Smiths.
Star performance It was only a lowly claimer but you could not help but be impressed by the way Classically won
The patient showed no signs of other opportunistic infections classically associated with AIDS, and he was not taking any antiretroviral drugs.
But it was not always so--that title was once given to Whiteman--and Joshua Berrett makes a compelling case for the contributions of the classically trained Whiteman, a musician whose efforts to promote "symphonic jazz" led to the commissioning of George Gershwin to create his epochal Rhapsody in Blue.
Luxurious accommodations are found at the classically French Hotel Plaza Athenee Paris (25 Ave.
1) These lesions classically present as a white mass behind an intact tympanic membrane, typically in the anterosuperior quadrant.
The national co-champion American elm, a beautiful, classically shaped elm that graced a field in Grand Traverse County, Michigan, died after a two-year stuggle against Dutch elm disease.
This canvas's disturbing apotropaic power is achieved through contrasts between yellow-gold and black, where abstract stains, graffiti, and figures come together in a classically balanced, almost Renaissance spatial layout.
The Botanica style features a classically defined leaf motif with a subtle organic texture.
It is classically a difficult injury to treat since often it doesn't respond to the usual repertoire of overuse treatments--rest, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, stretching, and strengthening.
The quantum mechanical phenomenon of tunneling, which allows a system to go from one state to another through a region that is classically forbidden, has been observed since the early days of quantum mechanics.
The text is set in the classically readable Times Roman, with touches of Futura Bold.
Interactive Entertainment will launch the all-new action-packed LOONEY TUNES: ACME ARSENAL(TM) videogame in fall 2007, starring the classically mischievous animated characters in a next-generation adventure for the Xbox 360[TM] video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the Wii[TM].
Classically Smiths will debut this summer with concerts in Manchester, London and Edinburgh before a full UK tour later this year - and will reimagine the enduringly powerful sounds of the seminal Manchester band in a live concert.