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He spent his entire academic career in Wurzburg, rising to professor extraor-dinarius (1877), to ordinarius (1886, even then as professor "fur vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft und Sanskrit"), until his retirement (1920, although he continued to teach Sanskrit till 1928), and his death on 25 April 1932.
He is professor ordinarius at the Faculty of Applied Economics of the University of Antwerp, Honorary Professor at the University of Leuven, the Belgian War College, the School of Military Administrators and the Antwerp Business School.
Madrigal is the former dean and professor ordinarius of the Theology Faculty of the Comillas Pontifical University in Madrid and a member of the Royal Academy of Doctors of Spain.
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Among the speakers are: Olga Nefedova (Orientalist Museum, Doha), Sara al-Mana (Orientalist Museum, Doha), Tadeusz Majda (Professor Ordinarius, Warsaw University), Harold Lacom (writer and translator, Vienna) and Magdalena Mielnik (National Museum, Gdansk).
Diese Festschrift fur den Tubinger Ordinarius Manfred Hermann Schmid geht auf ein Symposium im Jahr 2007 zuruck.
Lucius Ceionius Commodus, consul ordinarius in 136, was adopted that year by Hadrian and given the names Lucius Aelius Caesar, but died on 1 January 138.
I shall never forget the day when he first paid a visit to his friend Ernst Benz, the professor ordinarius, and then, surprisingly for us teaching assistants, he would also say "hello" to us at the lower end of the University hierarchy.
Surprisingly, von Martens (1897: 30, 32) copied the dimensions given by Dohrn into his comparison table, which is probably the reason why he listed separately the very similar Streptaxis ordinarius Smith, 1890.
He himself adopted the title Advocatus et Ordinarius Fratrum--leaving no doubt about where political and temporal power within the Moravian community was vested in its dealings with outsiders.
The posthumous collection of articles by Andrzej Kopcewicz, edited under the title lntertextual transactions in American and lrish fictions, seems to be an excellent way to commemorate the first professor ordinarius of American literature in Poland, a renowned scholar, acute critic, co-author of the first comprehensive history of American literature published in this country, author of many studies, articles and essays devoted to contemporary literature written in English.
and Professor Emidio Campi, Doctor of Theology, Habilitation Ordinarius for Church History, and Director of the Swiss Reformation Studies Institute at the University of Zurich.