- From French décanal (Wiktionary)
“Building ever stronger ties will require decanal leadership.”
“Prior to his current decanal service at SUU he was a Professor of Biology at the University of South Carolina Aiken Campus (USCA), Aiken, SC (1978-1999).”
“I have seen one very liberal decanal candidate go down in flames when, evidently on the basis of one or two rumors, he was determined to be “insufficiently sensitive to race.””
“I have seen decanal hiring, faculty hiring, tenure review letters, teaching evaluations, and tenure decisions affected by the political leanings of the candidate.”
“Totally off topic: I too had to look up the definitin of “decanal” in the Free Online Dictionary.”
“To the extent they raise funds, they tend to do it through grants, a process that focuses far more on evaluation of academic proposals and on scholarly reputation — and perhaps on personal contacts — than does decanal fundraising.”
“Vocabulary word for today: decanal: “of or pertaining to a dean or deanery.””
“Naturally, some decanal hiring decisions may still be too narrow-minded, or otherwise foolish.”
“The national congress was to be under the guidance of the prince primate; subordinate to the congress were to be the diocesan conventions with a diocesan senate; below, there were to be the decanal and district senates, following which were the communal assemblies and the parishes.”
“In some decanal or rural chapters the title given to the definitor is chamberlain or treasurer.”
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