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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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The Mascabal Wood Firing Symposium was realised by The Rectorate of the Hacettepe University, Deanship of Faculty of Fine Arts, Headship of Ceramics Department and the support of the Turkish Ceramics Society between 2-10 October 2011 by our symposium chairman dean, Professor Dr Ugurcan Akyuz and Feyzoglu with my coordination.
He then refused to attend the ceremonial handing over of the rectorate to the successor appointed by the Ministry, who was called by the press "the first National Socialist rector of the university.
Finally, the corresponding acts are signed and the results are delivered to the computing center of the Rectorate of the UNLP.
The exhibition which is being held at rectorate building of the yTE[pounds sterling], will be opened for a month.
Ivan Ilchev says the university board is considering bringing claims against the occupiers of the rectorate building.
Some of the mansions in Bornova are the Charles Whittall Mansion, today the rectorate building of the Ege University; Steinbuchel Mansion, where Mustafa Kemal Ataturk stayed the day after the re-capture of Izmir by the Turkish army in 1922; Paggy, Charnaud, Kanalaki, Barry and Maltass houses (the residence of Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Aziz Kocaoglu), the Well house, Paterson house.
The university register (Album studiosorum) lists him during the rectorate of Alardus Auletius (1544-1606) as a student of "philosophy, languages, and theology.
Organized around a basic H-shaped plan, the rectorate is an emphatically horizontal volume enclosed by low, white stucco walls with plinths of honey-coloured stone.
It only happens to sound like Heidegger's rectorate address - Pendleton-Jullian is quoting Mallarme here.
On the question of why Heidegger never fully recanted publicly his affiliation with the Nazis during his rectorate at the University of Freiburg, Dallmayr asks: "But would such a retraction - and I mean a complete reversal, since nothing else would do - really have served anyone's purposes" (p.
On Monday, tensions were running high in front of the university rectorate building, as scuffles broke out between supporters of the occupation and those demanding the right to study.
Contract notice: Project management tasks relating to compensation of all facades of the building rectorate of dijon.