Definition of Academic relation
1. Noun. A professional relation between instructors and those they instruct.
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Literary usage of Academic relation
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1. Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States: Advising by United States Attorney-General (1856)
"... but its measure of intensity is not derived from the academic relation between such cadet private and his cadet officer, it is derived from his relation ..."
2. Culture, Discipline and Democracy by Albert Duncan Yocum (1913)
"The next scientific fact or principle selected may be from physics or biology, and have no immediate academic relation to it. ..."
3. Railway Organization and Working: A Series of Lectures Delivered Before the by Ernest Ritson Dewsnup (1906)
"I believe that the College should be placed in academic relation with the University of Chicago, or, if practicable, with all the universities specially ..."
4. Bench and Bar by William S. Hein & Company (1919)
"... to rule on any and every point presented to him or it, unless it can be affirmatively shown to have not even an academic relation to the matter in hand. ..."
5. The Miscellaneous Writings of Francis Lieber by Francis Lieber (1881)
"... I proceed to my remarks, which I think it proper to impress upon you at this, the last hour of our academic relation. Young gentlemen and friends, ..."
6. Argentines of Today by William Belmont Parker, Hispanic Society of America (1920)
"Apart from this academic relation, Dr. Estrada has no distractions from the literary life which he has chosen and which bas borne fruit in a worthy list of ..."
7. Rand, McNally & Co.'s Handy Guide to New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island by Ernest Ingersoll (1907)
"The Union Theological Seminary, now in academic relation to the University, occupies a building at Fourth Av. and ..."