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  • n. Plural form of emeritus.


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  • In a conference call with reporters, HuffPost Hill asked the senators emeriti whether they believe their career change qualifies as cashing in.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Capitol Police Slow To Help Grijlava

  • I don't need to reference Harvard acting professors, or Oxnard intelligentsia emeriti.

    Will the Growing Unemployment in America Lead to Civil Unrest and Revolution?

  • Eli heartily recommends a visit $17 for adults, less for kids and emeriti to recharge the zest.

    Mental Health Break

  • Turns out that like most places USC the C is an emeriti there USC has a bunch of IRBs and the IRBs have guidlines on the Responsible Conduct of Research.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Joel Kauffman you ask, not the Joel Kauffman, emeriti from Philadelphia, who recently published on climate change in the Journal of Scientific Exploration?

    Rabett Run

  • *** Alcolytes include the rebuilt mothership, Kloor-a-Mole, the Fuller nuts man and My Way featuring RP Sr. and the emeriti.

    Rabett Run

  • David Peterson a smarter emeriti from Duke pointed out that

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • As far as I can tell the RANS specializes in handing out various medals to foreign emeriti, although there must be some other function.

    Rabett Run

  • We at the Smith Foundation award a small number of grants to professors emeriti who have distinguished themselves in their field over the course of their entire career …

    Claim to Fame

  • Even though here in Colombia only bishops have the right to be emeriti.

    The "homosexualization" of the clergy in Latin America


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