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/clas·si·cal/ (klas´ĭ-k'l) classic.

classical, classic

the first recognized form of the item; serving as a standard model or guide. See also classical conditioning, east coast fever.

classical conditioning
classical pathway
one of the two pathways of complement activation, initiated by antigen-antibody complexes and involving C1, C2 and C4. It leads to activation of C3 and the terminal pathway. See also alternate complement pathway.
classical swine fever
now the universally accepted name for hog cholera and different from African swine fever (ASF). A highly infectious disease of pigs caused by a pestivirus and characterized in its classical form by high fever, lassitude, purple discoloration of abdominal skin, conjunctivitis and nervous signs including circling, incoordination, tremor and convulsions. Most affected pigs die at 5 to 7 days with a characteristic petechiation under the kidney capsule—turkey egg kidney. There is a second form, characterized by nervous signs and caused by a strain of virus of lower virulence. Other syndromes caused by low virulence strains are reproductive inefficiency and congenital defects including myotonia congenita. Also known as congenital trembles.
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Mike confirmed that Smiths frontman Morrissey and guitarist Johnny Marr had not been involved in the Classically Smiths project.
Andy Rourke said: "To have been there the first time round and seen it first hand, and to still be such a big fan of The Smiths today, I am both thrilled and excited to be involved in Classically Smiths.
According to the program notes, Waltz encouraged improvisation from these classically trained dancers, and their rapport sustains an uncommon level of intensity.
But this renovation saved the historic structure, which was designed by the United States' first classically trained architect, Richard Morris Hunt, who also designed the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
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A classically trained musician, he discusses Chopin, Bartok, and '90s kiddie R&B-rap hacks Another Bad Creation with equal enthusiasm.
Superbly produced and performed, Mosaic, the latest album from the Latin guitar duo Young and Rollins, is an artistically impressive collection combining salsa, flamenco, Latin jazz and classically inclined guitar music.
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There is a push for reform, but it is slow to change," notes classically trained ballet dancer and actress Victoria Rowell.
In bulk molecular solids at [approximate]5 K, the molecular rotors are classically forbidden from rotating due to the surrounding molecular field.
Soon after singing in an opera, a 40-year-old classically trained baritone complained of thick postnasal drainage and said that he felt that his "cords are swollen.
FS clearly enjoy toying with audience expectations and perceptions of the group's legitimacy, but with members like Warren Fischer, a classically trained musician who provides the dense aural layering of synthesizers and samples, and Jordana Toback, who created the aggressively robotic choreography, the group's talent is impossible to disguise.