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He is “closest politically to Merkel” and is the only candidate out of the three who hasn’t been pushed out of front-line politics by the chancellor, says Bergsen.
This marks a concession from the union, which had wanted in-person teaching to be optional for all its members — a demand the chancellor has said he cannot meet.
ESPN reported last month that the Big Ten’s presidents and chancellors approved a process that would allow schedule adjustments to maximize the number of games played each weekend.
Those measures, coupled with ramped-up viral testing, helped stabilize operations, said Rebecca Blank, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Doug was inside, working out in their home gym, as he usually did in the mornings before commuting to his job as chancellor of the Yuba Community College District, about an hour and 15 minutes away in Yuba City.
I mean, I remember watching her back in 2006, I think it was, when she first sort of fought her campaign and became chancellor and here we are in 2019 and she’s still there.
He passed through all the honors of the law, and in 1836 became lord chancellor.
The chief official of the court is called a chancellor, the others vice chancellors.
The prime-minister, the chancellor of the exchequer, two other members of the cabinet, and an ambassador were his companions.
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Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, made lord chancellor in consideration of his services in crowning king John.

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