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classical

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the ancient Greeks and Romans or their civilization, esp in the period of their ascendancy
2. designating, following, or influenced by the art or culture of ancient Greece or Rome
3. Music
a. of, relating to, or denoting any music or its period of composition marked by stability of form, intellectualism, and restraint
b. denoting serious art music in general
4. Music of or relating to a style of music composed, esp at Vienna, during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. This period is marked by the establishment, esp by Haydn and Mozart, of sonata form
5. (of an education) based on the humanities and the study of Latin and Greek
6. Physics
a. not involving the quantum theory or the theory of relativity
b. obeying the laws of Newtonian mechanics or 19th-century physics
7. (of a logical or mathematical system) according with the law of excluded middle, so that every statement is known to be either true or false even if it is not known which
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Its classicality has been compromised (albeit in a very minimal way) by the influence of the delocalized star even though the star and the block are widely separated and the net mass and energy transferred by the photons is typically miniscule.
The 28-year-old jockey was yesterday waiting to be moved to a private hospital in Gloucester for surgery having suffered the injury in an incident when partnering the Michael Mullineaux-trained Classicality in the Sally Parker's Birthday Celebration Novices' Hurdle.
of Southern Queensland, Australia) considers the esoteric tradition of music composition that emerged from Ferruccio Busoni's concept of Junge Klassizitat, or Young Classicality, and how it is illustrated in the operas Doktor Faust by Busoni and The Golem by Larry Sitsky.
2002 MARKS THE CENTENNIAL of the birth of Stefan Wolpe (1902-1972), who came of age as a composer and pianist in Germany during the 192 Os, influenced by the New Classicality of Busoni, the left-wing modernism of the Melos Circle, the Dadas, the artistic practice and ethos of the Bauhaus, the twelve-tone concepts of Hauer and Schoenberg, and the popular music of the Berlin Cabaret.
Hazlitt saw the classicality of the poem in sculptural terms, as breathing the spirit of the finest antique statuary.