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Synonyms for dean

faculty head


Words related to dean

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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Despite assurances to the contrary, the Dene Tha' First Nation is concerned about the impact a 9,500 cubic metre produced water spill will have on land in their traditional territory.
However, the auction deadline was extended while the council agreed a secured future for the historic club, which the authority leases to the trustees of Jesmond Dene (Real) Tennis Club.
By 1906 the now-named Dene Cycle Company Ltd was based in St Thomas Street, Newcastle, and was busy developing and producing an innovative and distinctive chaindriven motorcycle which differed from that of other manufacturers of the day who were using a leather belt drive.
Director Lee Howard said: "I'm really pleased Dene is appearing in the film, he's a great talent but his role will also be a nice link to a classic film I've always been a fan of.
Pullan chose Dorothy Dene as her stage name--Dorothy after her deceased younger sister; Dene, perhaps inspired by the repeated initials of Langtry--and made her debut in February 1884 at the Olympic Theatre, in Sheridan's The School for Scandal.
When Jasmine meets Dene he's bidding on and buying about 20 items a day.
He added: "The positive work the pupils do in the dene will help to improve the image of the young people and be of benefit to the whole community.
The agreement sets up a framework for De Beers and the Yellowknives Dene First Nation to work closely over the life of the mine.
Dene, 43, who is the director of Nest, a design and build company, preferred more mid-century modern architecture but the house ticked so many other boxes that he knew he would regret not taking it.
For the five Dene languages in the NWT (which include Tlicho), the first dedicated font package, called "Vowel First Dene," was created in the 1980s by Doug Hitch, a linguist then working for the Language Bureau of the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT).
The Dene River Jazzmen: Allesley Hall Gardens, Coventry, 2.
A new partnership is in the works for the Birch Narrows Dene Nation and a Canadian oil company looking at developing the province's emerging oilsands industry.
Some will read Rogue Diamonds: Northern Riches on Dene Land as innocence (the Dene people, Athapaskans, whose language we English know as "Chipewyan") in a fallen world that falls farther as wealth tempts all and breaks the hearts of the old chiefs.
I AM writing concerning the proposed closure of the care establishments at Leighton Dene and Boaler Street, to register my dismay and disgust at a time when the older generation should be able to rely on care when it is needed.