“He lived through the academy Awards and died about 18 months later of a stroke,” Hunt said.
Which of the 10 will claim the academy Award on Sunday night?
The hallowed academy has shown itself more than willing to ignore the lead of its glitzier, brasher trophy-wielding cousin.
Entertainment institutions like the academy have a duty to use their clout wisely.
His film, The Fog of War , won an academy Award in 2004 for Best Documentary Feature.
For an investigation of this also the academy of Sciences offered their prize.
"She'd have to go to an academy first to get fitten for it," said Ma.
After the death of Plato, the academy continued, under various leaders, to follow in the path marked out by the founder.
I want, sir, if you please, to be admitted to draw at the academy.
"The academy is open, Madge," he said quickly; then ran his eye down the long columns.
late 15c., "the classical Academy," from French Académie, from Latin Academia, from Greek Akademeia "grove of Akademos," a legendary Athenian of the Trojan War tales (his name apparently means "of a silent district"), whose estate, six stadia from Athens, was the enclosure where Plato taught his school.
The A[cademy], the Garden, the Lyceum, the Porch, the Tub, are names used for the five chief schools of Greek philosophy, their founders, adherents, & doctrines: the A., Plato, the Platonists & Platonism; the Garden, Epicurus, the Epicureans, & Epicureanism; the Lyceum, Aristotle, the Aristotelians, & Aristotelianism; the Porch, Zeno, the Stoics, & Stoicism; the Tub, Antisthenes, the Cynics, & Cynicism. [Fowler]Sense broadened 16c. into "any school or training place." Academy awards (1941) so called for their distributor, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.