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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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The fact that the study went against the grain seems to be confirmed by the rather low participation rate and also the absence of feedback on the final internal report, which was e-mailed to all faculty, the Rectorship Office, and the Quality Assurance Office.
Or can we sense here the thwarted ambitions of a talented priest who might once have expected the rectorship for himself as a recognition of his abilities and a reward for his labours?
(5) Jonas Maciulis (Maironis) studied at the seminary in Kaunas between 1884 and 1888, that is, during Rackauskis' rectorship.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Hundreds of Paraguayan students protested in front of the rectorship of the National University of Asuncion (UNA), faced with a possible increase in duties and against delay in the registrations.
He was sometime ago published in the Gazette for his insolence and had like to have met with sore treatment; but finding his protection to be not so much in the law as the favor of the people he is grown very supple and obsequious." (305) Madison did not provide further details, but the report in the Virginia Gazette makes clear that the offending minister was another "Scotch parson," Reverend John Wingate, (306) who had assumed the rectorship of St.
The lunch was arranged to welcome extention of the Rectorship of Prof Malik.
It is an intern decision dents by the rectorship to the deans of faculties of Tetovo's State University according to which, from 19 to 31 December, the collaborators at the university will be able to submit their theses before the mentor's system.
Former vice-rector and physics professor of Constantinos Christofides won the rectorship in the first round after securing 206 out of 372 votes.
His purpose in accepting the rectorship of the university in Dublin had based on his belief that the laity had to be educated if they were to assume their proper role in defending the faith.
We can end up with a 'grid of victimization,' involving 'perpetrator, victim, survivor, bystander, gray zone, rescuer' and now 'secondary witnesses with sacralizing, sublimating, or messianic inclinations.' Trauma leads on to the consideration of violence--another tempting combination of critique and fascination--and a rich discussion of Heideggers 1935 essay on the 'origin of the work of art,' completed soon after his notorious Nazi-inspired Rectorship of the University of Freiburg.
After that it was felt the rectorship should be filled by someone who had the students' best interests at heart.
He would have avoided such errors as the statement that Sir Henry defeated Lord Curzon for the Rectorship of the University of Glasgow (in 1908).