Definition of 'academically'
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It had to be admitted, though, that he had never thrown his academic distinction at them: that is, if he was academically distinguished. DISPLACED PERSON (1993)The university considered his work academically and financially unproductive, and this endowment was the quid pro quo for renewing his post. COMPULSION (1993)
I sent you to Mount Court because I felt that you would be more challenged academically there than at the middle school here in town. SUDDENLY (1993)
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