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  • He wasn't very academic.
  • 彼はあまり勉強好きではなかった
  • ACS students participate actively in academic competitions at the state and national level, including MATHCOUNTS, Science Olympiad, and other math and science competitions, as well spelling bees, geography bees, and contests in other subjects.
  • Wikipedia: The Avery Coonley School
  • After 1900, the name Indonesia became more common in academic circles outside the Netherlands, and Indonesian nationalist groups adopted it for political expression.
  • Wikipedia: Indonesia
  • Another biographer, William Innes Homer (b. 1929), was more reserved and described the poses of the figures as rigidly academic.
  • Wikipedia: The Swimming Hole
  • Applicants to the Tuck School come from many different backgrounds and institutions and are evaluated based on undergraduate academic performance, Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) standardized test scores, English test scores for international applicants, essays, 2 letters of recommendation, written applications, and interviews, if applicable.
  • Wikipedia: Tuck School of Business
  • As a result, both centers have engaged in academic and industry partnerships, combining expertise in ocean engineering, marine biotechnology, functional genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics.
  • Wikipedia: Florida Atlantic University
  • Because of the North Coast Athletic Association athletic agreement, the university is not permitted to offer academic scholarships for athletic recruiting.
  • Wikipedia: Ohio Wesleyan University
  • Between 1871 and 1874, while he lectured at the Conservatory, Rimsky-Korsakov thoroughly grounded himself in Western compositional techniques, and came to believe in the value of academic training for success as a composer.
  • Wikipedia: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the Belyayev circle
  • Beyond his academic duties he enjoyed entertaining at his country house near the village of Highclere in Hampshire, where he was active in the local community and served as a Justice of the Peace.
  • Wikipedia: C. R. M. F. Cruttwell
  • Duke led the ACC in Honor Roll inductees 23 out of the last 24 years through the 2010–2011 academic year.
  • Wikipedia: Duke University
  • For the 2010 academic year, the student body was approximately 72.05% Asian and 23.55% Caucasian, 1.21% African American and 2.43% Hispanic.
  • Wikipedia: Stuyvesant High School
  • Havelock continued to write about politics, however, and his political and academic work came together in his ideas about education; he argued for the necessity of an understanding of rhetoric for the resistance to corporate persuasiveness.
  • Wikipedia: Eric A. Havelock
  • He had several girlfriends, but some academics have speculated over his sexuality; others have suggested he may have suffered from an eating disorder.
  • Wikipedia: Franz Kafka
  • He reviews Ishaan's work and concludes that his academic shortcomings are indicative of dyslexia.
  • Wikipedia: Taare Zameen Par
  • He took various academic positions, and when Labor was restored to power under Bob Hawke in 1983, Whitlam was appointed Ambassador to UNESCO, based in Paris.
  • Wikipedia: Gough Whitlam
  • In 1936, the Japanese ambassador arranged a trip to Japan for Du Bois and a small group of academics.
  • Wikipedia: W. E. B. Du Bois
  • In 2007 controversy about the academic program arose, when members of the Baltimore City College Alumni Association argued that the IB Program was diverting a significant amount of the school's resources to benefit a fraction of the student population.
  • Wikipedia: History of Baltimore City College
  • In addition to his academic education, he learned to switch-hit from Cal Poly coach Berdy Harr.
  • Wikipedia: Ozzie Smith
  • In addition to the academic requirements for graduation, Dartmouth requires every undergraduate to complete a 50-yard (46 m) swim and three terms of physical education.
  • Wikipedia: Dartmouth College
  • Increasingly concerned about the potential danger to humanity arising from scientific discoveries, Oppenheimer joined with Albert Einstein, Bertrand Russell, Joseph Rotblat and other eminent scientists and academics to establish what would eventually become the World Academy of Art and Science in 1960.
  • Wikipedia: J. Robert Oppenheimer
  • Kate Bowler, an academic who studies prosperity theology, has criticized such seminars, arguing that though they contain some sound advice the seminars often emphasize the purchase of expensive possessions.
  • Wikipedia: Prosperity theology
  • MSU also publishes a student-run magazine during the academic year called Ing Magazine.
  • Wikipedia: Michigan State University
  • Nevertheless, his academic prowess gained him privileges, and he graduated in 1916, placing first in his school overall, and in history, English, chemistry and physics.
  • Wikipedia: Frank Macfarlane Burnet
  • Noether showed a devotion to her subject and her students that extended beyond the academic day.
  • Wikipedia: Emmy Noether
  • Often, however, composers in this group fell back on two sources—musical clichés and mannerisms handed down from The Five, and academic compositional techniques learned at the Conservatory.
  • Wikipedia: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and The Five
  • On top of academic and vocational study students are also taught to develop independence and mobility skills for day-to-day living.
  • Wikipedia: Royal National College for the Blind
  • One of City College's most notable academic teams is the It's Academic team which participates on the It's Academic TV show.
  • Wikipedia: Baltimore City College
  • Parallel to Tolkien's professional work as a philologist, and sometimes overshadowing this work, to the effect that his academic output remained rather thin, was his affection for constructing languages.
  • Wikipedia: J. R. R. Tolkien