deon, ddeon, deoniaid, ddeoniaid, neon, neoniaid
Noun(1) an administrator in charge of a division of a university or college(2) United States film actor whose moody rebellious roles made him a cult figure (1931-1955(3) a man who is the senior member of a group(4) (Roman Catholic Church
(1) The data on teacher referrals of students to the dean of students' office showed some interesting patterns.(2) He always said that he was a priest first and a dean second.(3) "We have an appointment tomorrow with the dean of engineering at UCLA, " my father said.(4) ├ö├ç├┐We'll notify the dean of Embry College about the situation and send officers to patrol the campus,├ö├ç├û Detective Jacobs said.(5) He is a soldier's soldier, dean of diplomats, potential politician, and soon to be private citizen.(6) She came to The University of Chicago from Wellesley College to become the dean of women.(7) The statutes governing most English cathedrals give the dean and chapter together a considerable degree of independence from episcopal control.(8) Now the dean and chapter of the cathedral has withdrawn its backing, after strong objections by residents.(9) Bill Michael is the university's assistant vice president for student life and associate dean of the college.(10) The college dean subsequently emailed students expressing his great alarm at their dangerous actions.(11) Ker, probably the dean of Newman scholars, is far too gentle in his negative review.(12) Education was one of his main passions and it was due to the dean that the cathedral was used for adult education courses.(13) The undergraduate dean of Sheffield University's medical school, Steve Peters, described him as ├ö├ç├┐the ideal student├ö├ç├û.(14) Thereafter, I was kept busy as a teacher, departmental administrator, faculty dean , researcher and author of historical books and articles.(15) In 1917, he was appointed dean of the college of letters at Beijing University.(16) One of the duties of the dean of Christ Church is to preach the annual Christmas sermon.
1. faculty head ::
3. doyen ::
1. baby ::
2. junior ::
Different Formsandean, dean, deans, deanship
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