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  • n. Plural form of chancellor.


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  • A decade ago, after a quick succession of short-term chancellors, it remained clear that the system of seven state universities and 25 community and technical colleges had been formed by a forced merger, rather than a perfect union. rss feed

  • It had gone through two or three short-term chancellors before Jim. rss feed

  • Berlin - Germany has passed the past 60 years with just eight "chancellors" - the head of government, and broadly equivalent to prime minister.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The chancellors are a set of accomplished American poets elected from within the group whose main task is to give away various scholarships and prizes to younger poets in an accountable manner.

    Gary Synder Interviewed

  • So has University of California President Mark Yudof, calling chancellors of all 10 university campuses into a huddle.

    The Seattle Times

  • University of California President Mark G. Yudof called the chancellors of all 10 campuses and reminded them of the right to protest peacefully.

    The Seattle Times

  • The sheer numbers arguing the toss between the chancellors was a clear demonstration of how the election could be won or lost on the internet, with other networking sites such as Facebook likely to play a big part, as well.


  • In Germany, often described as a fixed-term country, post-war chancellors have thrice brought forward their date with the people to serve their own interest, by engineering the requisite no-confidence vote.

    Constitutional reforms in a fix | Editorial

  • Whenever chancellors raise extra taxes, they usually claim to have no other option.

    VAT at 20%: A very deliberate choice | Editorial

  • UC President Mark Yudof, Regents Chair Sherry Lansing, and other campus chancellors eventually issued condemnatory statements expressing belated support for non-violent free speech and protest on campuses.

    David Theo Goldberg: The University We Are For?


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