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“Saint John Fisher, to give him his full title, was a former student of the university who returned in later life to become one of the earliest Proctors, one of the people responsible for negotiating with the outside world on behalf of the university, and was then elected to the glorious post of Vice-Chancellor.”
“Vice-Chancellor Brian Lang seemed to have William and Kate in mind when he rose to give his commencement address.”
“German Vice-Chancellor Guido Westerwelle might stir up friction in the coalition government as he tries to rally his party's support after plunging polls triggered rank-and-file calls for his resignation as chairman of the Free Democratic Party.”
“Previously, Morrison served as Director of Space at NASA Ames, and before that as Professor and Vice-Chancellor for Research at the University of Hawaii.”
“Acting Vice-Chancellor Julius Weinberg addressed the issue by sending a campus-wide e-mail on February 19th.”
“Several months ago the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Jaffna made his way down to Kilinochchi and somehow got 400 of his students released.”
“They had all been in the camps, and all were just recently released thanks to the efforts of the Vice-Chancellor.”
“Germany's Vice-Chancellor and Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said the measures consist mainly of spending cuts and don't include any increases in income tax or the main rate of value-added tax.”
“Whewell, a Cambridge Vice-Chancellor and Anglican priest, made intellectual stars out of two minor Christian authors, Lactantius and Cosmas Indicopleustes.”
“Named after the late and much-respected Vice-Chancellor of the university Professor Roland Levinsky who died in a tragic freak accident on New Year's Day 2007.”
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