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Synonyms for academic

Synonyms for academic

characterized by a narrow concern for book learning and formal rules, without knowledge or experience of practical matters

concerned primarily with theories rather than practical matters

Synonyms for academic

an educator who works at a college or university

hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result

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marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects

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SUNDAYFOOTBALL Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Football, 2pm Scottish Premiership: Hamilton Academical v Rangers (Kick-off 2.15pm) Action from New Douglas Park.
The state could then support the more academical students who are needed to advance the knowledge of society by research and teaching.
The conference will be attended by students and teachers of a number of the Kyrgyz academical institutions.
SPFL - Hamilton Academical v Dundee United, KO 7.45pm (BT Sport 1, 7.30pm-10pm).
He joined Welsh's Championship winning season in December, mak-k ing his debut against Edinburgh Academical in the British and Irish Cup at Old Deer Park, and Vella believes Weepu will make a big impact at the Exiles.
It formally established the creation of a building to "provide a home for culture and science under the same academical roof." There were to be five ROMs situated there (archaeology, geology, mineralogy, palaeontology, and zoology), each with its own director.
Thomas Jefferson's academical village; the creation of an architectural masterpiece, rev.
Gordon Brown appears to be a typical, stoical Scot, also reticent about his academical prowess and excellence in sporting activities.
Upon they circulation issued by the Ministries of Health and Education and within the framework of the procedures and preparations taken to prevent the expansion of H1N1 during academical year 2009-2010, Koura District Medical Department issued a circulation on the District's schools calling upon them to unite efforts between the academic faculty, parents committee and health advisor from one side and the monitoring epidemic unit in the District Medical Department from the other.
The McLaren driver snatched pole position with a late scorcher yesterday to ensure buyers of the firm's Hamilton Academical special a make-up of at least 25.
WOLVES were last night continuing to talk to Irish teen sensation James McCarthy with the view to a possible pounds 2 million from Scottish Premier League side Hamilton Academical.
Summary: Rangers sealed their place in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup with a 5-1 win over Hamilton Academical.
Bill Mitchell traces the development of the university campus in the New World from Jefferson's vision of the 'academical village' and at MIT through space, time, Taylorism and the dotcom era.
The son of a Stockton-on-Tees schoolmaster, Sheraton said he had never had the advantages of 'a collegial or academical education'.
While the Rotunda is still the most recognizable building on the campus, it is just one of the Jefferson-designed buildings in a complex known as the Academical Village.