sabbatical year


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a sabbatical leave lasting one year

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Glenn Adelson, botanist and environmentalist, spent his sabbatical year traveling the globe, documenting and photographing the world's wildflowers.
He spent a sabbatical year at the Trappist Abbey of Our Lady of Jordan in Guimaras, and a few years as parish vicar of three different parishes in General Santos City.
When I joined the government of Punjab over six years ago, in my sabbatical year from LUMS, I did not know what to expect.
The family came to England while her mother, Hui, a statistician specialising in Econometrics, was taking a sabbatical year at Birmingham University and Lauren was invited to join the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire in 2010.
The family came to England while her mum, Hui, a statistician specialising in Econometrics, was taking a sabbatical year at Birmingham University and Lauren was invited to join the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire in 2010.
In "Republica and Grau," a 10-year-old works alongside a blind beggar on the streets, and in "The Auroras," a man embarks on an affair during his sabbatical year. Striking characters and questions about identity makes these stories stand out.
He could automatically gain access to the position, although he has already said that his intention is to take a sabbatical year after his resignation from Bayern Munich.
Another combines elements of Johannes Vermeer and Roy Lichtenstein; it was completed as a school project during a family sabbatical year in England.
Keith Puddephatt returns from a sabbatical year off.
Drawing on his long-standing interest in the political history of aeAlawism in Syria and several yearsAE prior engagement with early modern Ottoman rural society in the archives of Istanbul and Tripoli, Winter began his project during a sabbatical year in Aleppo in 2011.
Before Jim took over the leadership of the program a decade ago, Ira invited him to spend a sabbatical year in the DC office to launch "Online Weather Studies." This expanded the program to serve two audiences.
Perhaps the greatest irony is it may well not be Gatland who has to pick up the pieces, as he could be on his Lions sabbatical year by then, with a caretaker Turn to Page 55
This refers to the Sabbatical year (shenat shemittah), which is mentioned in the Torah (e.g., Ex.
According to the book of Leviticus, the Sabbatical year is a time when debts are forgiven, slaves are freed, land is returned and the mercies of God will be manifest.
This Jewish year, 5776, is a Hakhel year (Deuteronomy 31:10-12)--a time when, after a sabbatical year, typically a year of hardship in many respects, the entire Jewish people would gather in unity and celebration of their peoplehood.