01. The professor is a visiting [scholar] from East China Normal University, and is here to teach a course on modern Chinese history.
02. She is a leading [scholar] in her field, and is well-respected at home as well as abroad.
03. He followed in the steps of his father, who was a very intellectual, [scholarly] man with a love of literature.
04. She has published articles in a number of [scholarly] journals.
05. He has to spend a certain number of hours each week on [scholarly] research.
06. There has been a great deal of [scholarly] debate on the issue.
07. He won a [scholarship] to study biochemistry at McGill University.
08. She won the award in recognition of her [scholastic] achievements, as well as her community service.
09. There is a Yiddish proverb which states that a nation's treasure is its [scholars].
10. Jazz musician Nnamdi Azikiwe once said that originality is the essence of true [scholarship].
11. There is a Hebrew proverb which observes that rivalry of [scholars] advances wisdom.
12. Georg Hegel once said that the learner always begins by finding fault, but the [scholar] sees the positive merit in everything.
13. Oliver Wendell Holmes once suggested that the world's great men have not commonly been great [scholars], nor its great [scholars] great men.
14. In the early fifteenth century, [scholars] in China compiled an encyclopedia consisting of 11,095 volumes.
15. Throughout their history, the Vietnamese have respected and honored their [scholars] and teachers.
16. In the 8th century, King Trisongdetsen of Tibet invited the Buddhist [scholar] Santiraksita of India to visit his country.
17. Tim is applying for a number of [scholarships] and hopes to get enough money to pay for his tuition next year.
18. Musical [scholars] note that in the fourteenth century there was no uniform way of performing music.

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