Classical school


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Classical school

n
(Economics) an economic theory based on the works of Adam Smith and David Ricardo, which explains the creation of wealth and advocates free trade
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This is called the classical school, and the rime which the classical poets used is called the heroic couplet.
There Herman remained until 1835, when he attended the Albany Classical School for some months.
In 2010, Perrin and his wife Camie helped establish the Covenant Classical School in Naperville, which now enrolls 133 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
In contrast to the classical school of the two Mills, these thinkers do not merely assume a thin psychology of market actors.
Approximately two thirds of the overall project time per participating student per year is spent on the module classical school lessons on CC (figure 1).
I have had the good fortune of sharing the stage with many poets belonging to the classical school. I do not dislike modern thought and techniques, but my heart is in traditional and classical poetry.
Chairman, Pakistan Readers' Guild, Pirzada Sharf-e-Alam said Kairanvi belonging to the classical school of thought had carved a niche and managed to create a unique status for his work.
(1) In reading the primary texts of the Classical school, we notice divergent views on many issues: production, exchange, money, technology, etc.
Most of them are teachers or students from the Ridgeview Classical School in Ft.
The rates at one Travis County private school, Austin Waldorf, where 48 percent of students have a vaccine exemption, more than doubled the next highest rate, which was 17 percent at Sterling Classical School in Williamson County.

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