How to use academia in a sentence

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Rather than coming from academia, he began by running away to sea to become a junior officer on the tramp freighter Benlawers.
Any new discovery is apt to cause excitement in academia, and tremors in the market.
We'll reserve the title of tribologist for those with advanced degrees and who work in research and academia.
In the intervening years, she had a career in academia, lecturing in ancient and modern Greek at both Oxford and Cambridge.
Much of what passes for architectural writing, particularly in academia, is turgid and stilted.
The society's leadership is now under fire from numerous critics in academia and the science community.
We have heard all the intellectual debate from the over-endowed academia and those who live off the slush fund.
It is a cynical look at small-time academia, and it was really completely beneath the station of someone like Qian to have written it.
In the world of literary academia, Rogers is known for her vast knowledge of natural science and physics.
The 10 other respondents were from a wide range of disciplines, including academia, radiology, endocrinology, and clinical neurophysiology.
I'm probably too new at legal academia to have a very good answer to this question, but I thought I would give it a try.
But as part of a broader cultural argument from the bully pulpits of government, churches, foundations, and academia, it is essential.
I think there's plenty of undue hostility towards conservatives in academia, and plenty of vitriol that ought to be condemned.
The picture is good at spoofing the hermetic atmosphere of academia without going overboard into parody or caricature.
So then what of the world of business, trade, professions, academia and research?
I left academia because I was frustrated having so many patients go blind from these terrible diseases.
After all, his career path during the 1960s was firmly grounded in academia.
Why did what was formerly seen as an esoteric cultural theory go from the margins of academia to the mainstream of public debate?
Aside from Simon Gray, few dramatists have lately taken an axe to academia.
Eventually, I was offered a higher and more secure income in academia than I ever made as a call girl.
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Examples from Classical Literature
In the academia itself the Bonifazio and Tintoretto rooms are crowded with imitations.
A wall built round the academia by Hipparchus was so expensive that it became a proverb applied to all costly undertakings.
Between you both, there will be quite an academia at Kilronan.
If the academia fails you there is still the Kiosk in the Maximilianplatz.
As a mother of three, I felt that academia was not kid-friendly place that created a sense of guardedness in me.
Universities clearly value doctorates as a source of income and many graduates go back to academia, teach students and conduct research.
From this rich and interesting temple we passed to the Academia delle belle arti.
Highly recommended for both academia, clergy, and the non-specialist general reader with an interest in the role of Jerusalem within the context of the three Abrahamic faiths.
If you are rooted in 1970s academia, you may think an interview with an artist is just trivial catnip, a Grazia expose in pseudo-intellectual packaging.
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