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board of trustees


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  • n. a governing board elected or appointed to direct the policies of an educational institution


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  • Homer Rainey [unknown] accepted and then his board of trustees at Texas made him withdraw.

    Oral History Interview with Clark Foreman, November 16, 1974. Interview B-0003. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • An intimate association with Gen. LEE in the Fifty-first Congress and as members of the board of trustees of Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Va., and in private life, enabled me to form a just estimate of his character and of those personal qualities of head and heart that made him beloved by all who really knew him.

    Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William H F Lee

  • "The board of trustees is pretty sharply divided right now," Rick Goldman said.

    Grave Surprise

  • “In my fifth decade of headmastership, the board of trustees agreed that it might be best if I stepped down to allow another highly qualified candidate to take over the reverent position.”


  • With the exception of Mortimer Rhodes, the board of trustees did not agree and were firmly against the large expenditures.

    Fatal Care

  • A graduate of the University of Arizona, Ms. DeKoven is on the board of trustees of the Los Angeles Zoo, the AFI Directing Workshop for Women and the Koreh L.A. literacy program.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Which would explain why Mr. Marks had put his bodyguard on it, and why the board of trustees was giving Dr. Darity the run around.


  • Solomon Pool, the tutor with the greatest seniority, complained to the board of trustees that tutors 'low salaries offered no inducement to remain long in the service of the

    Overview: 1850-59


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