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RECTOR, Eccl. law. One who rules or governs a name given to certain officers of the Roman church. Dict. Canonique, h.v.

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Albert Prignon, rettore del Collegio belga di Roma, <<le pape a son passeport pour l'ONU>> (33).
La capillarita e l'influenza delle condotte minute merita anzi ancor pio attenta considerazione e cautela (si pensi ad esempio al parroco o al rettore di una chiesa).
After teaching in a liceo in Rome and commuting weekly to the newly formed Universita di Lecce for many years, he finally returned to his native Salento, was chair of Department, and Rettore of the University from 1968 until 1981.
Rettore et al., "Toward personalized cell therapies by using stem cells: seven relevant topics for safety and success in stem cell therapy," Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology, vol.
CHS South Americaa[euro](tm)s senior vice president Stefano Rettore said the US group is steadily and strategically growing its grain and crop nutrients activities in South America and that the Atman business will help speed up this process.