cathedratic

cathedratic

(kəθiːˈdrætɪk)
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) relating to the seat of the bishop
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Before treating the conclusions of this paper, nothing better than to remember Dr Jose Terry's words in his cathedratic character which he bequeathed on us in an 1897 conference, which is right up to date, therefore I consider it opportune to transcribe some of its paragraphs:
pt) and Cathedratic Professor, Center of Forest Studies, Superior Inst.
31) "Frances Joan Rey cavaller auria dit que ha portat un privilegi Real y concessio per a ser Prothomedic en la present Ciutat y Regne de Valencia, y que per dita raho hauria de assistir als examens dels graus de medecina y sirurgia ab antellacio dells cathedratics y examinadors reals de dita facultat.