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What does academically mean?

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Adverb
  1. In an academic style or way; from an academic perspective. [First attested in the late 16th century]
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As a nipper she was academically disenchanted, but once she got a taste of stardom, the wagging tomboy became the perfect teen.
They never guessed that some of us were beating the pants off of them academically.
At Montgomery Blair High School, Francis was academically ineligible as a freshman, and then a third string varsity bench warmer as a sophomore.
Her students must not only develop literacy in their first language but also prepare themselves to survive academically in English.
Is it some twisted Victorian value that academically gifted people should not be seen to rise above their place?
I would have liked to see a work force made up of people who are not only versed academically, but in vocational fields as well.

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