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Definitions

  • 1) traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
  • 2) Of or pertaining to established principles in a discipline.
  • 3) informal, music Describing serious music (rather than pop, jazz, blues etc), especially when played using instruments of the orchestra.
  • 4) informal, music Describing serious music (rather than pop, jazz, blues etc), especially when played using instruments of the orchestra.
  • 5) music Describing European music and musicians of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  • 6) Of or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art.
  • 7) music Describing European music and musicians of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
  • 8) Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds.
  • 9) Conforming to the best authority in literature and art; chaste; pure; refined; as, a classical style.
  • 10) Relating to or consisting of studies in the humanities and general sciences.
  • 11) Of or relating to European music during the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries.
  • 12) Conforming to the artistic and literary models of ancient Greece and Rome.
  • 13) Of or relating to music in the educated European tradition, such as symphony and opera, as opposed to popular or folk music.
  • 14) Of, relating to, or being a variety of a language that is epitomized by a prestigious body of literature.
  • 15) Versed in the classics.
  • 16) Standard and traditional.
  • 17) Relating to or being a school of thought or field of study that is established and widely accepted before others.
  • 18) Of or relating to physics that can be described without the use of quantum mechanics or relativity.
  • 19) Of or relating to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially their art, architecture, and literature.
  • 20) of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures
  • 21) of or relating to the most highly developed stage of an earlier civilisation and its culture
  • 22) of recognized authority or excellence
  • 23) of or relating to the study of the literary works of ancient Greece and Rome
  • 24) (language) having the form used by ancient standard authors
  • 25) In music, belonging or pertaining to a style of composition in which regularity of form is conspicuous, particularly to the style developed in the latter part of the eighteenth century: opposed to romantic. Thus Haydn's music is classical, while Schumann's is mostly romantic. The term is also loosely used of all music that is elaborate, difficult, or abstruse: opposed to popular.
  • 26) Same as classic, 2 and 3.
  • 27) Belonging to classification; classificatory.
  • 28) In some Reformed churches, relating to or of the nature of a classis or class. See classis, 2.
  • 29) Pertaining to a class; of the taxonomic rank or grade of a class.
  • 30) Belonging or pertaining to a fleet.
  • 31) Sameasclassic,2and3.
  • 32) Pertaining to writers of the first rank among the moderns; constituting the best model or authority as a composition or an author.
  • 33) Belonging to or associated with the first or highest class in literature, especially in literary style.
  • 34) Hence In general, of the first rank, or constituting a model, in its kind; having in a high degree the qualities which constitute excellence in its kind: as, a classical work of art.

Definitions

  • 1) A perfect and/or early example of a particular style.
  • 2) A major, long-standing sporting event
  • 3) dated One learned in the literature of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome; a student of classical literature.
  • 4) The author of such a work.
  • 5) dated One learned in the literature of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome; a student of classical literature.
  • 6) An artistic work of lasting worth
  • 7) A work recognized as definitive in its field.
  • 8) A typical or traditional example.
  • 9) Informal A superior or unusual example of its kind.
  • 10) An artist, author, or work generally considered to be of the highest rank or excellence, especially one of enduring significance.
  • 11) Informal A superior or unusual example of its kind.
  • 12) One that is of the highest rank or class.
  • 13) A literary work of ancient Greece or Rome.
  • 14) A traditional event, especially a major sporting event that is held annually.
  • 15) The languages and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. Used with the.
  • 16) One learned in the literature of Greece and Rome, or a student of classical literature.
  • 17) A work of acknowledged excellence and authority, or its author; -- originally used of Greek and Latin works or authors, but now applied to authors and works of a like character in any language.
  • 18) a creation of the highest excellence
  • 19) an artist who has created classic works
  • 20) An author of the first rank; a writer whose style is pure and correct, and whose works serve as a standard or model; primarily and specifically, a Greek or Roman author of this character, but also a writer of like character in any nation.
  • 21) One versed in the classics.
  • 22) A literary production of the first class or rank; specifically, in the plural, the literature of ancient Greece and Rome.
  • 23) euphemistic traditional; original
  • 24) exhibiting timeless quality
  • 25) euphemistic traditional; original
  • 26) exemplary of a particular style
  • 27) Of or characteristic of the literature, art, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome; classical.
  • 28) Serving as the established model or standard.
  • 29) Having historical or literary associations.
  • 30) Adhering or conforming to established standards and principles.
  • 31) Formal, refined, and restrained in style.
  • 32) Simple and harmonious; elegant.
  • 33) Having lasting significance or worth; enduring.
  • 34) Belonging to the highest rank or class.
  • 35) Of a well-known type; typical.
  • 36) (Arch.) See under Order.
  • 37) Conforming to the best authority in literature and art; chaste; pure; refined.
  • 38) Of or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art.
  • 39) (Arch.) See under Order.
  • 40) Of or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, esp. to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds.
  • 41) of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures
  • 42) of or relating to the most highly developed stage of an earlier civilisation and its culture
  • 43) of recognized authority or excellence
  • 44) Pertaining to or having the characteristics of ancient Greece or Rome, especially of their literature and art; specifically, relating to places associated with the ancient Greek and Latin writers.
  • 45) Same as classical, 5.
  • 46) Hence Relating to localities associated with great modern authors, or with great historical events: as, classic Stratford; classic Hastings.
  • 47) Sameasclassical,5.
  • 48) In accordance with the canons of Greek and Roman art: as, a classic profile.
  • 49) Belonging to or associated with the first or highest class, especially in literature; accepted as of the highest rank; serving as a standard, model, or guide.

Examples

  • 1) Yet classical ballet is not colour blind.
  • 2) Quantum theory has turned classical notions of the atom on their head.
  • 3) The only important thing to him was to study classical ballet.
  • 4) Learning a concept is learning its defining features according to classical theory.
  • 5) One thing she has been quite definite about is that she will give up classical ballet.
  • 6) classical economic theory predicts that loss and gain are symmetrical and equally balanced.
  • 7) Highly recommended for lovers of classical ballet.
  • 8) Some of the blocs owe much more than others do to classical race theory of the nineteenth century.
  • 9) Is classical music in good health?
  • 10) In classical style, the composer and conductor have predetermined the outcome.
  • 11) While championing classical and contextual architecture, he determinedly broadened the magazine to include contemporary new work.
  • 12) People still wanted classical architecture, but with plumbing that worked.
  • 13) Finally, your thoughts about the future of classical music?
  • 14) But our polls show that 80% of people prefer classical architecture.
  • 15) She was into all forms of dance, but classical ballet was her favourite.
  • 16) After this, he plans to retire from classical ballet.
  • 17) Yes, classical music is costly.
  • 18) I grew up with classical music.
  • 19) But I do find the aesthetic value system of classical ballet quite limiting.
  • 20) I've been more involved in classical music.
  • 21) To reach its current position, it had to wrest ideological domination from the older, classical general theory.
  • 22) He said himself that his was probably the last generation to be subjected to what was still an essentially unchanged 19th-century classical education.
  • 23) A model of the modern Russian ballerina, she can handle contemporary and classical styles with equal aplomb.
  • 24) ‘He teaches Greek and Latin at all levels, along with courses in classical mythology and Greek literature and culture.’
  • 25) ‘However, there were other Church Fathers who defended the value of studying classical literature and philosophy.’
  • 26) ‘But the balance in the secondary schools of Europe was overwhelmingly in favour of classical culture.’
  • 27) ‘Throughout classical literature, the virtues of peace were extolled, and the evils of war denounced.’
  • 28) ‘However, the corrosive effect of such exposure to classical culture must not be exaggerated.’
  • 29) ‘Some chiefs probably visited Rome itself and thus had contact with classical culture.’
  • 30) ‘It acted as a conduit for the recovery of much of the learning of classical culture.’
  • 31) ‘The monks also kept alive classical culture and introduced the techniques of efficient and profitable land management.’
  • 32) ‘His classicism is evident not only in his frequent quotations from classical literature, but often in his style.’
  • 33) ‘Many cultures in the ancient and classical world built canals to extend the irrigation provided by rivers.’
  • 34) ‘These too were part of the literary air he naturally breathed, and into his prose he would frequently work some turn of phrase taken from classical Latin literature.’
  • 35) ‘Moreover, carrying on with the classical literary order was a means of mitigating the downturn in Roman affairs since the days of the ancients.’
  • 36) ‘Painters of all styles and schools, from the most playful and sensual rococo to the most severely neoclassical, routinely took their subjects from classical mythology and history.’
  • 37) ‘We take this foundation for granted, for the simple reason that the Greeks of the classical age seemed to have discovered so many things which today matter a great deal.’
  • 38) ‘It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old.’
  • 39) ‘As a young man, Erasmus believed that northern Europeans knew nothing of classical antiquity - his career sought to remedy this barbarism.’
  • 40) ‘He used ancient, classical, and contemporary collections of travel narratives, which were closest in scholarly method to English antiquarianism.’
  • 41) ‘These common readings reveal that a large population of Florence would have been able to understand the Christian, classical, and literary themes in art.’
  • 42) ‘Diphtheria has probably existed since classical antiquity, but it was not identified as a specific disease until 1819.’
  • 43) ‘Feasting can be either an inclusive or an exclusive activity, as we know from many sources from classical antiquity and modern ethnography.’
  • 44) ‘An educational program was set up, and promising youth were sent on government-sponsored tours of Europe to learn about classical art and architecture.’
  • 45) ‘Here, his great palace imitated and even incorporated examples of late classical art and architecture.’
  • 46) ‘I'd been traveling across Greece and Turkey with a small group of college students, studying Byzantine and classical art and architecture.’
  • 47) ‘The building has a significant presence at the entrance to the campus and evokes the sense of order and balance characteristic of classical architecture.’
  • 48) ‘During this time he arrived at his synthesis of forms inspired by such divergent sources as classical sculpture, folk art and popular theater.’
  • 49) ‘An inclination toward classical art and, most likely, the residual Protestantism of her Canadian-Scottish heritage were also evident.’
  • 50) ‘These grandly conceived spaces, together with the smaller ancillary rooms, constituted an extraordinary museum of classical art.’
  • 51) ‘18th century artists and theorists were in a position to take a new look at classical art.’
  • 52) ‘In An Allegory, for example, the composition invokes the sublime order of classical art.’
  • 53) ‘The museum now plans to find a way to display the Heroon of Trysa; one of the major monuments of classical art, it remains in storage.’
  • 54) ‘The irony is that the official programme is not particularly elitist, either in terms of classical art forms or cutting-edge postmodernism.’
  • 55) ‘It is avowedly anti-modernist, employing the language of classical art and architecture to lure his audience in before hitting them with something unexpectedly punchy.’
  • 56) ‘His asymmetries make the kind of gratifying sense that symmetry makes in classical art.’
  • 57) ‘No better model will be found to illustrate the principles of classical interior architecture.’
  • 58) ‘He teaches and writes regularly on classical architecture and design.’
  • 59) ‘He has been inspired by the French tapestries of the medieval period, as well as classical architecture and exotic animals.’
  • 60) ‘Her profile recalls Greek classical sculpture as well as fashion mannequins of the period.’
  • 61) ‘When the military returned to power in 1976, it promoted classical art forms.’
  • 62) ‘At the assembly, as also in other events, those in senior classes can perform only classical art forms and dramas.’
  • 63) ‘It went to prove that if the classical art forms were losing out to modern times, the fault was with the audience and not with the art.’
  • 64) ‘This piece is also the furthest from the traditional style of classical ballet and offers a good reflection of the state of contemporary ballet.’
  • 65) ‘But one thing is clear: The mood is frivolous, with most designers steering clear of traditional and classical styles and opting instead for adventure.’
  • 66) ‘It is within such a classical critical tradition of a crisis of ideology that the declining confrontations of labor and capital has brought more radical consequences.’
  • 67) ‘I improvise and sing within the classical tradition.’
  • 68) ‘His work - in the traditional, classical style of the sonata form - is so in structure, but not overtly so in its music.’
  • 69) ‘A design vocabulary for high buildings was well established within the classical tradition.’
  • 70) ‘The traditional repertoire of most classical dance styles is strongly based on the stories and characteristics surrounding divinity in Hinduism.’
  • 71) ‘The album merges sounds and influences from East and West, and stretches the boundaries of musical experimentation by fusing traditional folk songs and classical styles with the popular.’
  • 72) ‘But they were working within a classical philosophical tradition, reshaping it and making it modern.’
  • 73) ‘The show is a massive concert featuring a variety of different dance styles including tap, classical ballet, modern jazz and national character.’
  • 74) ‘In 1998 she started English Youth Ballet to give young dancers outside London an opportunity to perform classical ballet within a professional setting.’
  • 75) ‘These are imaginary landscapes, but within the rich classical Western landscape tradition.’
  • 76) ‘The play is a unique piece bringing together elements of Australian mythology and culture - a far cry from the traditional, classical European-based ballets.’
  • 77) ‘The concert started in full-on classical style, before being broken up by a small foray into traditional Irish songs.’
  • 78) ‘The traditional classical concert establishes a whole set of formal relationships before even a note has sounded.’
  • 79) ‘In English, it has become synonymous with ballet danced in the grand classical style (think rows of identical ballerinas in white tutus).’
  • 80) ‘They fall squarely within the tradition of classical word problems and are designed for use in a traditional calculus course.’
  • 81) ‘This approach captures the essence of the classical liberal tradition concerning the rule of law and individualism, while avoiding some of its own ambiguities.’
  • 82) ‘In 2005 an average of three concerts per month were held in the cathedral providing mainly classical and traditional Irish music.’
  • 83) ‘The beauty center also provides foot massage and traditional Thai massage in a classical style of atmosphere.’
  • 84) ‘Within the field of religion or area studies, there is a difference between emphases in the classical or modern period.’
  • 85) ‘Did you feel like you were coming in at the last moment of the classical Hollywood period?’
  • 86) ‘As was common throughout the classical period of Indian mathematics, members of the family acted as teachers to other family members.’
  • 87) ‘The classical period had matured and was ripe for the transition to the molecular era.’
  • 88) ‘This is related to the fact that the period of classical cinema has ended.’
  • 89) ‘The second term you may recognize to be the kinetic energy of classical Newtonian physics.’
  • 90) ‘Like all his contemporaries, Hawking was brought up, as a scientist, on the classical ideas of Newton and on relativity theory and quantum physics in their original forms.’
  • 91) ‘Newton's Law of Gravitation was the beginning of classical field theory.’
  • 92) ‘Experimental data was accumulating throughout Europe that could not be reconciled with the established formulae of Newtonian classical physics.’
  • 93) ‘In classical relativity theory, space-time is a four-dimensional construction wherein the three dimensions of space and one dimension of time are welded together.’

Examples

  • 1) The outstanding moments of the sketch comedy feel like instant classics.
  • 2) Two classic tales are interwoven with hilarious results.
  • 3) Yet it still appeals to the youngsters with a classic battle of good versus evil.
  • 4) We have to dig out the best of contemporary music and retain the classic works of old.
  • 5) The examples given of companies incorrectly defining their businesses have also become classics.
  • 6) Look for classic shapes and your coat will last you for decades.
  • 7) Northampton were a classic case last season.
  • 8) Stardust is not a classic of its kind.
  • 9) How many dads actually like classic cars?
  • 10) We reshape our classic works for the temper and taste of our times.
  • 11) One of his classic studies involved a population of house mice allowed to grow to overcrowded conditions.
  • 12) It is always special to come out on top at a classic race like this.
  • 13) This is a classic example of how education has become a political football.
  • 14) But documents out yesterday showed they will only be allowed to study classic literature and poetry in future.
  • 15) No one needs a classic car.
  • 16) Other assets include an art collection, classic cars and vineyards.
  • 17) This is another classic problem in philosophy, and also concerns the nature of consciousness.
  • 18) To see the list of all 15 classic films, go to timesonline.
  • 19) I for my part read nearly all of each issue but particularly any reviews on the fine arts, classics or natural history.
  • 20) OliverStrand ok…The Eraser by Thom Yorke with a bit of classic Radiohead thrown in may be a bit different for the semis though young_barista Not sure how I feel about the phrase "classic Radiohead." young_barista What was your signature drink?
  • 21) League action, with Arsene Wenger insisting Arsenal are right back in the title classic English club triumphs over Italian opposition ...
  • 22) My blog, my rules, so here goes: a classic is a book that has had an impact on the genre, influencing the work that came after it.
  • 23) Renowned Cuban-American trumpeter Arturo Sandoval says he loves to play jazz, which he calls a classic American art form.
  • 24) The royals say the case misuses the common nationality and is built on, what they call classic accusations of the type.
  • 25) VELEZ-MITCHELL: Well, obviously, this is what you call classic blackout behavior.
  • 26) "This is what we call a classic win-win," said Celia Weintrob, publisher of The Brooklyn Paper.
  • 27) Another classic is the 'Phelps volume', the anthology that Phelps published in 1970 under the title Microeconomic Foundations of Employment and Inflation Theory (Norton).
  • 28) ‘Overall I was very impressed with the quality of classic car that I saw at the show.’
  • 29) ‘Provided you know the rules, investing in a classic car is an ideal way to get your hands on a sporty roadster or upmarket saloon for a fraction of the price you'd pay for a new model.’
  • 30) ‘Charlotte is the author of the classic novel Jane Eyre, one of the top 20 most popular reads in the country.’
  • 31) ‘I worked on films one after the other and after a while they all sort of blend together and you don't get the feeling it was a classic period in your life.’
  • 32) ‘The qualities of letter forms at their best are the qualities of a classic time: order, simplicity, grace.’
  • 33) ‘While architects have often drawn on the past to embellish their schemes, few have so comprehensively taken so much from one classic period.’
  • 34) ‘During his recuperation period he listened to classic hip-hop albums and decided he would become a rapper.’
  • 35) ‘It will happily cruise along all day at around 70 mph, which makes it an ideal classic car for those who expect to be doing a fair few miles on a regular basis.’
  • 36) ‘Finding the ideal location took as long as finding a rare classic car.’
  • 37) ‘Carefully-chosen classic antiques and quality paintings should yield solid returns over time.’
  • 38) ‘Many unique and now classic cases are described in the nine chapters of this book.’
  • 39) ‘People are quick to defend the first season as classic comedy.’
  • 40) ‘You name one classic song that's come out of this new breed of bands.’
  • 41) ‘She was still interpreting great, great classic songs.’
  • 42) ‘Indeed, it is the view taken in many of what are now classic plant anatomy texts.’
  • 43) ‘The way they all spoke of it, it sounded like classic Americana.’
  • 44) ‘The story is a classic tale of an unaccountable bureaucracy versus the little guy.’
  • 45) ‘I'd still like to see a stylish remake of this classic tale.’
  • 46) ‘Twelfth Night is the classic Shakespearean comedy revolving around disguise, misunderstanding and love.’
  • 47) ‘Yes it is a tad flaky but it's also classic Hollywood high-concept cuteness.’
  • 48) ‘This jacket can be worn with sleek pants and a stylish shirt, or a classic sweater and jeans.’
  • 49) ‘The breathable, lightweight garments come in simple, classic designs.’
  • 50) ‘This time around he went for being modern, by encompassing modern styles and techniques with Chanel's intricate classic designs.’
  • 51) ‘It's a very classic design which is simple and honest.’
  • 52) ‘Pair neutral pants with a classic shirt color like navy blue, and your belt can be either brown or black.’
  • 53) ‘These designs take a classic style and make it even more sophisticated.’
  • 54) ‘For evening, her navy tuxedo jacket has satin trim on the collar, pocket and sleeves, and is a modern twist on a classic design.’
  • 55) ‘She loves pink for what it represents: femininity, elegance and classic style.’
  • 56) ‘If you are more conservative and don't follow fashion trends, opt for a classic suit.’
  • 57) ‘Get with the trend and purchase this classic jean jacket style corduroy jacket.’
  • 58) ‘Purists may object to the use of stainless steel in such a traditional classic design but I don't see it that way at all.’
  • 59) ‘You'll find classic designs for a wide range of tastes and styles, including necklaces, bracelets and hair charms.’
  • 60) ‘For more vibrantly classic dresses, these two would be the winner.’
  • 61) ‘The timeless classic designs are well represented by the charming all-around necklace with dainty crystal pace elements.’
  • 62) ‘A necktie is so classic it is almost a joke, but it doesn't have to be!’
  • 63) ‘If you live in your jeans, classic styles like relaxed fit transfer well from year to year.’
  • 64) ‘The white fur shawl and the light brown loose trousers blend beautifully with her simple, classic hair style.’
  • 65) ‘The fit is more predictable, thanks to consumer research that has simplified most of the women's pants designs into modern and classic styles.’
  • 66) ‘Other than that, it's an awesome take on a classic design.’
  • 67) ‘Only the more classic styles will pass with a dressy outfit.’
  • 68) ‘It is for the classic flu symptoms of dizziness, weakness, and fatigue.’
  • 69) ‘We may have the classic symptoms of the workaholic - the compulsion to spend hours away from home, the misplaced feeling of virtue - but none of this is proof we are accomplishing anything.’
  • 70) ‘Doctors failed to properly investigate a woman with a family history of heart disease who died within a year of showing classic symptoms of a heart condition, it was alleged yesterday.’
  • 71) ‘You're looking at the classic symptoms that the dog demonstrates.’
  • 72) ‘Let's look at the classic symptoms of the passive-aggressive syndrome.’
  • 73) ‘Runny nose, sore throat, dry cough, headache, aching muscles and a high fever are the classic symptoms of influenza.’
  • 74) ‘Each subsequent rainy season left a slowly growing number of locals stricken with the classic symptoms of fever and nausea.’
  • 75) ‘The report claims the retail pharmacy market exhibits a number of the classic symptoms of potential market failure.’
  • 76) ‘Wednesday night was a classic case of the symptom which has hampered the team for as long as I can remember - even when I was playing.’
  • 77) ‘He developed all the classic symptoms but not all at once.’
  • 78) ‘In newborn and small infants, the classic symptoms may be harder to detect.’
  • 79) ‘They are the classic cartoon character archetypes - the trio of the nice guy, the angry guy, and the dumb guy.’
  • 80) ‘The classic allergy symptoms such as stuffiness, eczema, wheezing, and itching may be absent, yet cognition and behavior remain affected.’
  • 81) ‘Some heart attacks have the classic symptoms you see on television or in the movies - where someone clutches their chest and writhes in excruciating pain.’
  • 82) ‘Many patients don't have classic symptoms, however.’
  • 83) ‘Random glucose testing is easy and inexpensive; elevated levels in patients with classic symptoms should be confirmed by a second test.’
  • 84) ‘When those patients are evaluated, almost half of them have a normal pumping function of the heart, despite having all the classic signs and symptoms of heart failure.’
  • 85) ‘One classic example of the so-called fiscal drag applies to benefits paid by companies to their employees.’
  • 86) ‘Fortunately in Cambridge there are several of the former and one classic example of the latter.’
  • 87) ‘I could not think of a more classic case where psychology was needed as a strategy to induce learning.’
  • 88) ‘Imagine if we could all value each other as much as we value the classics of literature.’
  • 89) ‘Their program of four operas includes three recognized classics and one new work that has already won many important prizes in China.’
  • 90) ‘What make this movie such a classic is its entertainment value plus its originality.’
  • 91) ‘Ideas and concepts in the book met with vigorous opposition, but today the book is recognized as a classic that was far ahead of its time.’
  • 92) ‘Interestingly, it is not the bestsellers but classics and literary books that find place at these counters.’
  • 93) ‘It's not just current movies - classics and cult films are available.’
  • 94) ‘The film was an instant cult classic, and rumours of a sequel have floated around the Internet for years.’
  • 95) ‘The latter, in fact, has become an enduring American classic.’
  • 96) ‘But it still has the power to enchant, and is a true modern classic.’
  • 97) ‘The movie went on to become a timeless classic, popular around the world.’
  • 98) ‘So I have my own peculiar view of modern classics of American literature.’
  • 99) ‘Well represented on the various top 100 lists, it has remained a timeless classic.’
  • 100) ‘Students at Manchester University no longer need to thumb through dusty texts when reading classics of English literature.’
  • 101) ‘So, he started to read Western literary classics.’
  • 102) ‘Her works are widely read and taught and bear the hallmarks of enduring American classics.’
  • 103) ‘Think of the recognised classics of American cinema and they seem organic, inviolate.’
  • 104) ‘In the process, they offer up the definitive home video version of this horror classic.’
  • 105) ‘The music has a cinematic quality which conjures up images of film noir classics.’
  • 106) ‘In 1883, he published Treasure Island, a much beloved children's classic.’
  • 107) ‘His repertoire spans traditional pop classics and folk music.’
  • 108) ‘The Burberry trenchcoat is a style classic which has influenced other manufacturers.’
  • 109) ‘High quality clothing lasts longer and classics don't lose their style.’
  • 110) ‘Keep in mind that frames consisting of a simple square, rectangle, oval or round shapes are classics that can work with everything.’
  • 111) ‘Keep in mind, however, that they'll never go out of style because they are pretty much classics.’
  • 112) ‘The diverse sectors of the fair covered the gamut of the all menswear has to offer, from the classics to the avant-garde to sportswear all at demonstrating the peak of quality.’
  • 113) ‘Black is a timeless classic that suits every person and occasion.’
  • 114) ‘While trends are instantly recognizable by length, pattern, or decoration, classics transcend time with their cut, style, and fabric.’
  • 115) ‘From the classics and the power ties, to the coolest retro neckties around, dress for success with these 12 options.’
  • 116) ‘As for colors, blue is the most popular color for jeans and will remain a timeless classic.’
  • 117) ‘Buy only natural fabrics, and start with the classics - plain white and blue shirts, black, grey, and navy suits, blue blazer, wool trousers.’
  • 118) ‘Don't hesitate to purchase solid pattern suits because they will always remain classics.’
  • 119) ‘It is a classic hunting jacket that has been around for decades and is as good as ever.’
  • 120) ‘Traditional classics (we don't call them conservative) are still dominant, but styles that are trendier have a definite place.’
  • 121) ‘Soft and natural made from the most futuristic materials possible, this year's trend gives way to the super modern as well as the modernized return of the sixties classics.’
  • 122) ‘The various pieces defined a lifestyle but their innate functionality outside of the rural setting makes them potential modern classics that work just as well in the city.’
  • 123) ‘Instead, opt for solid colors such as plain whites, blacks and grays; they're classics and can easily be matched with the rest of your wardrobe.’
  • 124) ‘The following accessories are also classics, and you'll be able to wear them for many years to come.’
  • 125) ‘It is one of their classics, they always have it in my size, it comes in a lot of colors, and I can order it without trying it on.’
  • 126) ‘The stones of jewelry have also changed over the decades though some classics remain constant.’
  • 127) ‘Giddy up into the spirit of the west with timeless, rugged classics rather than hokey duds.’
  • 128) ‘With this in mind, we talk about portraits and view examples of classics.’
  • 129) ‘A fur-and-pearls clientele come to be comforted with well-cooked classics such as tortellini al tartufo.’
  • 130) ‘Certain classics stand out in both media - but it would be stretching it to say they had a separate influence on my opinions.’
  • 131) ‘His chicken curry, for example, is a retro classic made with Granny Smith apples, chicken stock and desiccated coconut.’
  • 132) ‘The menus are a modern take on comfort classics.’
  • 133) ‘The sad truth is that this doesn't dig up some underappreciated geniuses or lost classics of Northeastern counterculture.’
  • 134) ‘The waffle-lined basket is a comfortable classic and easy to keep looking fresh, as the lining can be removed and put through a hot wash whenever it starts to look tired and grubby.’
  • 135) ‘The examples are a mixture of classics from the past, as well as new examples.’
  • 136) ‘The duel is a cautionary classic as well as a textbook example of strategy.’
  • 137) ‘Football's most elemental rivalry was providing the defining classic of the genre.’
  • 138) ‘Crowds flocked to the dockside to admire the fine array of classics, which included elegant Triumphs and the rather rugged armed vehicles driven by the 14 Signal Regiment.’
  • 139) ‘Modern cruise ships would not win prizes for good looks, particularly when compared to elegant pre-war classics such as the Queen Mary or the Normandie.’
  • 140) ‘I transferred out to go to Saint John's College, where I immersed myself in the classics and Ancient Greek, then I went back to Marlboro and studied Literature and Philosophy.’
  • 141) ‘It suited a society that wanted a select few to pursue the life of the mind, through immersing themselves in such fusty subjects as classics or philosophy, while everybody else did something less useless instead.’
  • 142) ‘His Oxford doctorate in classics, earned studying Latin ghost stories and adultery tales, is of little relevance to this.’
  • 143) ‘That aspect of his career began when he was just six years old, and his mother was studying Sophocles' Antigone as part of a university classics course.’
  • 144) ‘French, German, Latin and classics are offered by the school supported by a variety of trips abroad to encourage learning new skills.’
  • 145) ‘And, as every arts student knows, scientists are nothing more than sullen interlopers: classics was studied here several centuries before physics, proving that medieval monks knew what was important.’
  • 146) ‘We are not looking, then, at aspirational youngsters being given a leg-up to study classics, or any such romantic nonsense.’
  • 147) ‘The author is Research Fellow at the Centre for classics and Archaeological Studies, University of Melbourne.’
  • 148) ‘Social Science was her favourite subject and she hated classics.’
  • 149) ‘He graduated with honours in classics from Melbourne University despite leaving Ormond after a row.’
  • 150) ‘I was an English major for a year before I decided to study classics.’
  • 151) ‘The Linguistics and classics departments, for example, both of whom have three or fewer full time faculty, will most likely be unable to make the adjustment.’
  • 152) ‘The book grew out of a lecture course that I delivered over several years in the late 1980s and early 1990s to final-year undergraduate students in the Faculty of classics at Cambridge University.’
  • 153) ‘He taught classics at Birmingham University, 1929-36.’
  • 154) ‘He was educated at Malvern College and University College Oxford on a classics scholarship.’
  • 155) ‘A little under seven years ago I left a doctorate in classics that I'd been undertaking at Bristol University.’
  • 156) ‘He was a Harvard undergrad, a classics major.’
  • 157) ‘As a reaction to the Middle Ages, in the early renaissance, there was a strong focus on a classical education consisting of Greek, Latin, the classics, and art.’
  • 158) ‘Stripped of his offices in 1688, he returned with success to the theatre, and began a brilliant series of translations from the classics, particularly Virgil's Aeneid and The Georgics.’
  • 159) ‘The role of the public school was to educate potential political leaders and gentlemen, and the bulk of a public school curriculum reflected the liberal arts through the classics.’
  • 160) ‘His own education was scholarly and he could read Latin and was familiar with the classics.’
  • 161) ‘Even so, solid grounding in the Latin classics was still regarded as the essential foundation of a superior education.’
  • 162) ‘He was not especially intelligent, indeed he was quite unintellectual, lacking a deep understanding of law, of the classics, of theology.’
  • 163) ‘In this sphere, as always, he was indebted to the classics, but the new research also showed that he was paying careful attention to contemporary events.’
  • 164) ‘The philosophes of the Enlightenment were familiar with all of these arguments, trained as they were in the classics.’
  • 165) ‘He was in one sense a classical, Renaissance playwright, but his was a classicism that used and abused the classics rather than felt itself hidebound by them.’
  • 166) ‘This was a strategic way of legitimizing their own ideas, but it also reflected a genuine respect for many of the insights of the classics.’
  • 167) ‘Between 1660 and 1789, the Latin language, and the Latin literary classics, remained the basis of secondary education.’
  • 168) ‘One of the major characteristics of this Renaissance was the rediscovery of numerous Latin classics.’
  • 169) ‘Also the way he approaches the classics, indeed, the way he approaches all of history, is examined afresh.’
  • 170) ‘He had a good grounding in the classics and became well versed in Greek and Latin.’
  • 171) ‘He was an ardent student of the classics, especially of Plato, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius, a devotee of liberty of thought, and an amateur of art.’
  • 172) ‘He had also read all the Latin classics, which he placed into four divisions: historians, poets, orators and philosophers.’
  • 173) ‘This prevailing linguistic approach to the classics meant that the study of Ancient History was well nigh ignored in the Public Schools.’
  • 174) ‘It's become very unfashionable to read the classics, the Greeks and the Romans, and their literature.’
  • 175) ‘Scholars should know the classics and be familiar with the literary collections written by Chinese scholars because the Chinese have a superior culture.’
  • 176) ‘As a young man he enjoyed skiing in Aspen, Colo. and spent many summers traveling in England and Italy to consult with other scholars in the classics.’
  • 177) ‘Monday there was a large turnout at the Galway Bay Golf and Country Club for a Golf classic.’
  • 178) ‘They also have a Dubai Desert Tennis, Snooker, Cricket, Soccer and even Table Tennis classic.’
  • 179) ‘The Abbey Community College Parents Association will hold a Golf classic in Waterford Golf Club this Friday May 6th.’
  • 180) ‘The Golf classic is in aid of Charlestown Christmas Lights.’
  • 181) ‘Please do not forget the Golf classic at Ardattin Golf Course.’
  • 182) ‘The club will hold their Golf classic at Borris Golf Club on Friday, June 26.’
  • 183) ‘There is a Golf classic in Cloverhill organised for Saturday, July 10.’
  • 184) ‘Holmes won the English Championship and Jebb won the Lakeland classics.’
  • 185) ‘But the Wildcats melted in a season-opening 41-7 loss at Penn State in the Kickoff classic.’
  • 186) ‘Austin Peay won the Top of the World classic over South Florida and Colorado.’
  • 187) ‘So the classics and the World Cup races are your target this year?’
  • 188) ‘The Sir Alex Ferguson Golf classic and Gala Dinner takes place on Friday, July 19.’
  • 189) ‘The annual Billy Heffron Chamber Golf classic is taking place this year on Saturday the 24th of September in Ballina Golf Club.’
  • 190) ‘Foxford's Hope House Golf classic was held on Monday, September 3rd, at Galway Bay Golf and Country club.’
  • 191) ‘Below are the results of the Crossmolina Deel Rovers Golf classic held in Ballina Golf Club on Saturday, May 22.’
  • 192) ‘The annual Gerry Gaughan Memorial Sarsfields Golf classic takes place on Saturday, June 5th.’
  • 193) ‘The annual Dunhill Golf classic will be held at Waterford Castle on Friday, 12 th August.’
  • 194) ‘New Mexico travels to Texas Tech to play in the Hispanic College Fund Football classic.’
  • 195) ‘The 11 th Gallaudet University Biennial Congressional Basketball classic will take place tonight.’
  • 196) ‘A Poker classic will be held on Sunday.’
  • 197) ‘He has also won four of the five Irish classics and collected numerous big race wins in France.’
  • 198) ‘This filly was winner of seven of her nine races, including three classics in 1985.’
  • 199) ‘His victories include 21 English and Irish classics as well as many prestigious races overseas such as the Breeders' Cup Turf and the Dubai World Cup.’
  • 200) ‘His sire had won the classic in '98.’
  • 201) ‘He has data files from nearly all the World Cups and classics from the best riders.’
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