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Word: scholarly

Definition: full of learning; erudite; like a scholar; Ex. scholarly journal

Sentences Containing 'scholarly'

"Once you have a Confucius Institute on campus, you have a second source of opinions and authority that is ultimately answerable to the Chinese Communist Party and which is not subject to scholarly review."
(2010) • “The Fate of the Book Review.” "Journal of Scholarly Publishing."
Any scholarly study of his life is reliant on his written words to understand his thoughts, motives, and actions, however his assassination prevented Lincoln from organizing his papers himself.
Apart from his scholarly pursuits, Vyacheslav Ivanov writes poetry.
As a scholarly treatment of a reformation in technical communication, the text is a contribution to the history of science.
As early as the 17th and 18th centuries, there were scholarly papers published that attempted to share knowledge of interventions.
Barrett's Law is named for him: ""not everyone who might read the productions of scholarly writers is an expert in the fields discussed"" (p. 99).
Beale produced over 100 scholarly papers and two books: Family.
Because of this, scholarly reaction has been muted and dismissive.
Brady published three scholarly abstracts in Science in 1914-15 on his work with Derick.
During these years he continued to write essays for scholarly journals and book reviews for a variety of publications.
Hatlen never published a collection of his own scholarly writings.
He also dismissed Wilber's scholarly achievements as "undergraduate generalizations".
He has published many scholarly papers and contributed chapters to eight books about psychology.
He is author or co-author of 3 scholarly books and over 100 scholarly articles and chapters, and co-editor of 3 scholarly books on the dark side of communication and relationships.
He is the author of a large number of scholarly books, articles, monographs and other publications.
He later severed all ties with the party and focused strictly on scholarly pursuits.
He published more than 175 scholarly papers and was editor in chief of The Journal of Pediatric Neurosurgery.
His scholarly work is written in German because, prior to World War I, German was regarded as the language of Jewish scholarship.
His treatise was presented as a scholarly, scientific work in a time when experimental physiology was practically nonexistent.
However, his poetics and other writings often appeared in literary scholarly journals.
However, to date no scholarly research has confirmed such a linkage, and it remains a speculation based on stylistic similarities.
In scholarly circles, he is best known for his pioneer research in Iraq.
In this faculty, the basic scholarly concepts ("septem artes liberales") were taught.
In turn, Hatlen wrote several scholarly essays and critiques of Stephen King's works.
It is also an invaluable point of common reference in scholarly debates.
It is the classic denunciation of appeasement and it shaped popular and scholarly thinking for 20 years.
It seems that the text was meant as a high form of scholarly religious doctrine.
It sponsors, supports, and encourages multidisciplinary scholarly research, documentation, conferences, and publications.
It's the result of extensive and scholarly research, yet is a pleasant read for youth and adults.
John K. Fairbank went to Morse for scholarly guidance in 1929 and considered himself a disciple.
Judge Williams is the author of numerous books and scholarly articles.
Loomis was the author of 10 scholarly books as well as numerous journal articles.
Modern scholarly opinions on all these interrelated questions vary considerably.
Other practicing librarians, particularly in academic libraries, do perform original scholarly LIS research and contribute to the academic end of the field.
Phraseology (phrase-ology) is a scholarly approach to language which developed in the twentieth century.
Scholarly opinion is that place names ending in -hausen in Wittgenstein originated in the period 950-1150.
Some of his books are scholarly texts written for an audience of colleagues, others are for students, some are for individuals and couples who are trying to find happiness in their marital and family relationships.
Some proofs in the work being "botched", as Noel Malcolm puts it, "De Corpore" had a negative effect on Hobbes's scholarly reputation.
The "Sunday Worker" was edited by Al Richmond, who later remembered Allen as "a scholarly, serene man who did the serious political commentary and analysis."
The mission of the SRIFIAS is to encourage and support scholarly research in all aspects of Inner Asian Studies.
The origins of the covenant prayer have been the subject of some scholarly discussion.
The other major branch of MacDonald's scholarly activity is his contribution to the Synoptic Problem.
The scholarly work comprises 850 pages, including 270 pages of notes.
The term wetware finds use both in works of fiction and in scholarly publications.
There are also occasional sermons, with some scholarly notes introduced.
There is no consensus of scholarly opinion on the authorship of "King Leir".
This is an important aspect of academic scholarly method in the modern sense.
Thus, the portrayal of Ling Woo attracted much scholarly attention in the US.
Westminster John Knox publishes scholarly works in religion for the academic community.

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