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faculty head

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an administrator in charge of a division of a university or college

United States film actor whose moody rebellious roles made him a cult figure (1931-1955)

a man who is the senior member of a group

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(Roman Catholic Church) the head of the College of Cardinals

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Even on the social issues where conservative commentators portray Dean as the embodiment of liberalism, it is Kucinich who goes for the bold.
Thank you for giving Governor Dean the boost he deserves on his road to the White House.
Here Dean works up an extended, inspired reading of a series of canvases from the 1670s depicting the Corpus Christi procession making its way through the streets of Cuzco.
Of 13 fossil teeth examined by Dean and his coworkers, those attributed to australopithecines--members of the human evolutionary family that lived between 5 million and 1 million years ago--and to three Homo species--Homo habilis, Homo rudolfensis, and H.
This investigation has been carried on in many of the state and large eastern institutions and the results indicate that the title of dean was used much earlier in schools of law and medicine than in colleges of liberal arts.
Dean admits that MRC cut some redwoods to make tan oak removal economically feasible, and does cut old-growth trees if there are fewer than 30 such trees on five acres.
The schools are directed by Deans who, along with the National Director, are Senior Executive IRS personnel.
The torture Dean played out so successfully onscreen - as the conflicted teenager in Rebel Without a Cause and as the neglected son in East of Eden - wasn't fake.
My goal is for the Philadelphia Marriott to be recognized as the most professional and friendliest hotel environment in America because of its diversity, and to prove that diversity is the correct scenario, not just an experiment", Dean says.
This D&I is particularly important, for not only is the work more detailed due to the upcoming 1997 bicentennial of her launching, but new technologies have given Deans and company new ways to inspect the ship's complex wood components.
With consumers increasingly seeking out breakfast offerings that deliver on nutrition, convenience and taste, the Jimmy Dean brand is expanding its Delights by Jimmy Dean line of frozen breakfast options with the introduction of new Delights Flatbread Sandwiches.
Dean Raymond, who had been friends with Bishop Hill, said in an interview that he heard from another scholarship recipient, Canon Philip Hobson, that the foundation was looking for exchange candidates.
We have gone from election to election, and, if we don't win, then we've dug ourselves into a deep hole and we have nothing to start with," Dean told The Washington Post.
Camarillo's Lindsey Dean might be playing in the most important set of games in her high school softball career, and she knows it.
Moshe Porat, Dean, The Fox School of Business Speakman Hall, 111 1810 N.