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When students protested Erdogan’s choice of a political loyalist as rector at a major university, he attacked them as terrorists, and many were arrested.
The protests had started almost a month before, when Erdogan assigned a new rector to Istanbul’s prestigious Bogazici University by presidential decree.
Monsignor Walter Rossi, the church rector, said regulations imposed because of the pandemic made it possible to allow less than 5 percent of the 14,000 people who would typically attend Masses.
He was rector of the university of Ilfeldt 40 years, and published several learned works.
They had the power to select a rector as well as to carry on regular parish duties.
Toiling across Lord Hartledon's path was the labourer to whom the Rector had been speaking.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
The Rector laid his hand on the slender fingers, hot with fever, whiter than they ought to be, betraying life's inward care.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Returning to his boarding place, the rector read his father's letter a second time, and then answered it.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Just across the road stands the tiny church of which the Rev. Tennyson was rector for many years.
He has taken a violent prejudice against the new rector, for no reason I can think of.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES

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