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rector

1. Church of England a clergyman in charge of a parish in which, as its incumbent, he would formerly have been entitled to the whole of the tithes
2. RC Church a cleric in charge of a college, religious house, or congregation
3. Protestant Episcopal Church, Scottish Episcopal Church a clergyman in charge of a parish
4. Chiefly Brit the head of certain schools or colleges
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- YE-cel Acer, the new rector of Ecanakkale 18 Mart University (EcOME[pounds sterling]), has transferred his predecessor, Professor Sedat Laciner, along with other academics close to the former rector, to a faculty in Biga, 100 kilometers from Ecanakkale.
The General Prosecutor's Office of Kyrgyzstan has asked Prime Minister Joomart Otorbayev to consider post competence of Minister of Education and Science Kanat Sadykov and Rector of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (KRSU) Vladimir Nifadev.
The Rectors said that the various Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) signed with leading world institutions of Public Policy will help improve governance in Pakistan besides strengthening of the NSPP.
SANA'A, July 25 -- The Sana'a and Amran Teaching Staff Syndicate demanded the resignation of the current rectors in order to begin electing new academic staff.
The two rectors visited France to discuss aspects of scientific and research cooperation with the French universities.
Rectors Gold Medal for Best Project in Aerospace Engineering was awarded to the joint project of Pilot Officer Muhammad Muneeb Safdar.
Muhammed Sahin said Sunday that "in a meeting held between university rectors and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul on Sunday, a decision was taken to prepare new legislation on the Council of Higher Education (YOK)".
THE UNIVERSITY of Cyprus voted in its next rector and vice rectors yesterday, after several weeks of heated electioneering and controversial allegations against the winning candidate.
The diocesan council of New Westminster has approved the appointments of new wardens and priests-in-charge at two parishes whose rectors have left the Anglican Church of Canada after disagreeing with a diocesan decision in 2002 to authorize same-sex blessings.
They had professorial rectors or deans who led significant parts of the university, such as the faculty of theology.
Robinson, 57, would follow an illustrious line of rectors at the Fife university.
If she is elected by students, Robinson, aged 57, would follow an illustrious line of rectors at the Fife university.