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Synonyms for regent

members of a governing board

someone who rules during the absence or incapacity or minority of the country's monarch

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acting or functioning as a regent or ruler

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Those broad instructions might thrill the people who have complained for years about what they considered to be meddling by regents appointed by Abbott's predecessor, Gov.
The appointment follows the promotion of former Regents CEO Dan C.
Since 2009, Long Island Regents Prep has offered one-day Regents review courses for each of the major subjects, including Living Environment, Earth Science, Chemistry, Physics, Global History and Geography, United States History and Government, Integrated Algebra, Algebra 2/Trigonometry, and Geometry.
In the midst of this, the regents have the nerve to call for a fee hike yet again?
Many middle schools have students who aren't meeting the learning standards," Regents Chancellor Robert Bennett says.
In other matters, Georgia's attorney general ruled that UGA regents could no longer do business with the university system, after critics charged two regents profited from the relationship.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A Clark County District Court judge has held that Nevada university regents violated open-meeting laws with a dosed-door vote to demote two Community College of Southern Nevada administrators.
3(b) of the Rules of the Board of Regents was specifically amended to address and clarify the conditions under which a licensed architect or engineer may delegate the performance of design services to another licensed architect or engineer through an unlicensed third-party, such as a contractor or subcontractor.
After more than a decade of development and debate, New York adopted the Regents Learning Standards in 1996.
Ethics in Higher Education: Case Studies for Regents by Alexander B.
Since joining the Bank last spring, Steve has played a strategic role in building the Regents banking franchise, and we are pleased that he has assumed expanded responsibilities on our executive management team.
At a meeting on April 8, the Board of Regents voted to give it to him.
Regents have noted that the state's higher education model might mirror Michigan's, with ASU being divided into central, southern, and northern campuses, each offering their own four-year degree programs with the University of Arizona remaining a full-fledged research institution and ASU adding more research efforts.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The Board of Regents voted to demote two Community College of Southern Nevada officials after expressing concern that corruption had tainted the institution's hiring and promotion practices.
The Regents were up by six and poised to upset the defending Valley Mission League champs.
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