rectorship


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Noun1.rectorship - the office or station of a rector
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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rectorship

[ˈrektəʃɪp] N (Scot) (Scol) → parroquia f (Univ) → rectorado m

rectorship

n
(Rel) → Zeit fals Pfarrer
(Scot Sch) → Direktorat nt; (Univ) → Rektorat nt
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Then, brother," I replied, "you can return to your China, post haste or at whatever haste you are bound to go, as I am not fit for so long a travel and, besides being ill, I am very much without money, while Emperor for Emperor and Monarch for Monarch, I have at Naples the great Count of Lemos, who, without so many petty titles of colleges and rectorships, sustains me, protects me and does me more favour than I can wish for.
Yet nothing in the poem reflects the Nazi ideology, which by all evidence he strongly continued to support, even after he had resigned his rectorship at the University of Freiburg.
I'd got malaria, I think, the day I accepted the rectorship and I had a contract with ITV, which meant I worked all the time and couldn't go up to Scotland for the meetings.
Mary's Church of Marshall was made an irremovable rectorship.
Under the rectorship of Heidegger, Eucken was a prominent spokesman for the opposition in the Senate.
56) Last but not least, membership of the confraternity also allowed Eguiara to make his own mark on the urban landscape through a residential college for female Basque orphans, the colegio de san Ignacio, built on the former marketplace of San Juan (marked "44"), during his rectorship of the confraternity.
Physical education teachers should benefit from the Board's involvement to the rectorship level in organizing more special events designed to motivate the female students to practice sports and this becoming a way of life.
Hence Levine devotes a chapter to the new university and Warburg's role in its foundation, and another to Cassirer's rectorship of the university in 1930.
The time of designing and erecting the complex coinicided with the heyday of his rectorship.
The probability is that, as in many such parishes, he lost his rectorship, and the souls in the village of Meterwallop lost their spiritual leader.
I resigned from my Rectorship to return to Oxford, never to work again in [Burma or Myanmar]".
The questionnaire and a project summary were first posted to the Rectorship Office, the Quality Assurance Office, college directors, and heads of departments so as to inform the administrative staff about the study.