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emeritus

Retired from an academic appointment but retaining, as an honorary title, that held before retirement. Used especially of professor.
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Emeritus shareholders now own about 27% of the enlarged company, which will provide independent and assisted living, dementia care, skilled nursing, outpatient therapy, home health and hospice care in 46 states.
John Avlon / Jeffries Morris; Larry Silverstein, Honoree, Chairman Emeritus of Realty Foundation / Silverstein Properties
Our goal is to make it easy and convenient for people in our communities and the surrounding areas to protect themselves against the flu," says Granger Cobb, co-chief executive officer, Emeritus Senior Living.
The policy, which was adopted in 1993, stipulates that emeritus status is available only to faculty who have permanently retired from the university.
Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA.
Emeritus is one of the nation's largest developers and operators of freestanding assisted living communities.
Alley, professor emeritus of humanities at the University of Richmond, Virginia, is a leading First Amendment scholar.
Emeritus shareholders will own about 27% of the enlarged company.
SEATTLE -- Emeritus Corporation (NYSE: ESC) ("Emeritus" or the "Company"), the nation's largest provider of assisted living and memory care services, today closed the previously announced acquisition of Nurse on Call, Inc.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 11, 2014-Brookdale Senior Living shareholders back tie-up with Emeritus
Emeritus Assisted Living has completed the sale of its interest in Alert Care Corporation, an Ontario, Canada-based assisted living company.
Emeritus expects that the acquisition of NOC will be immediately accretive to earnings.