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adjective as in concerning ancient culture

adjective as in simple, chaste

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Vaccines aren’t supposed to work like that, though, at least according to classical immunology.

A quantum Internet would be based on a network of quantum computers, a buzzy class of calculating machines that offers advantages over classical computers, like the one you’re reading this article on.

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I’m not sure we’re going to see your classical second wave, like in 1918.

Conventional computers — which physicists call classical computers to distinguish them from the quantum variety — are resistant to errors.

For classical computers, correcting errors, if they do occur, is straightforward.

Stephanie Giorgio, a classical musician, credits The Class for helping her cope with anxiety, focus, fear, and self-doubt.

For Kirke it was being paid to pretend to play the oboe that heightened her affair with classical music.

Since filming the show, however, her relationship with classical music has obviously changed.

So she was an aficionado of classical music, for soundtracks or otherwise?

And it goes beyond getting my teeth drilled at the dentist office—my dentist really likes classical music.

This was a vast building of classical design, resembling a Grecian temple.

Hence the danger—ever to be avoided—of using classical allusions in teaching the average student.

The place he put it in was—er—a little below golf and a little above classical concerts.

Besides his work for Zarembas classes, Tchaikovsky devoted many hours to the study of the classical composers.

The General Assembly encouraged the establishment of classical schools and academies via revenue secured from lotteries.

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On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to classical, such as: classic, humanistic, academic, doric, grecian, and hellenic.

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