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  • n. Plural form of lectureship.

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Examples

  • He earned his BA at University College London and his PhD at the LSE, which he followed with a series of short-term lectureships in Britain and abroad.

    The Guardian World News

  • Money was left to pay for these sermons, that is, the lectureships were ~endowed~.

    The History of London

  • In the late Renaissance, University lectureships first became open to laymen and so research moved outside the church.

    The heart and cardiovascular system in the Qur'an and Hadeeth - The Panda's Thumb

  • They admit some PHD students that they will coddle and nurture for the next thousand years, letting them linger at the school tuition-free, giving them assistant lectureships that provide teaching experience should they ever decide to leave the school and teach somewhere else.

    Gina Nahai: What You Don't Know About Your College Education

  • They admit some PhD students that they will coddle and nurture for the next thousand years, letting them linger at the school tuition-free, giving them assistant lectureships that provide teaching experience should they ever decide to leave the school and teach somewhere else.

    Gina Nahai: It Gets Worse

  • His previous experience included research contracts and lectureships at Columbia University in New York and the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, among others.

    Swiss Central Bank Gets New Policy Setters

  • The Harvard Law School was a somewhat different animal, and it proved more permanent than the lectureships at this or that college.

    A History of American Law

  • After years of going to lectureships and ladies days and all kinds of things, I totally left it all behind to concentrate on my home, my family, the local church and my personal relationship with God.

    Eliminating Unnecessary Pressures

  • Society, National Geographic Society, and Zoological Society of San Diego; and many teaching awards and endowed public lectureships.

    Jared Diamond biography

  • If only Mrs Seton and her mother and her mother before her had learnt the great art of making money and had left their money, like their fathers and their grandfathers before them, to found fellowships and lectureships and prizes and scholarships appropriated to the use of their own sex, we might have dined very tolerably up here alone off

    A room of one's own

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