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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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Friday President Emeritus The University of North Carolina System
When asked about the implication of the amendment to the company, Ismee said the adviser emeritus' views would have to be taken into account in material and strategic issues on the company.
He described the Bishop Emeritus as a 'great spiritual father,' who has left his footprints on the sands of time.
| Enid Shepherd, pictured on the bench in Queen's Park, Loughborough, which has been installed in memory of her husband Peter, Borough Carillonneur Emeritus, who died in 2016.
Pappas becomes only the 38th person to receive the title of Emeritus.
The spokesperson of the Mirpur University of Science and Technology reacted to a report carried by a newspaper on September 15, 2018 about the appointment of the VC as Professor Emeritus.
Gordon Laxer, Professor Emeritus University of Alberta, NDP member since 1963
She succeeds Scott Anderson, who remains on the Board as chair emeritus and who has stepped down at the completion of his six-year term.
As of February 1, the rules will be more in line stylistically with current rules by changing the word "attorney" to "lawyer." More substantive changes allow a wider range of lawyers to be considered emeritus and, therefore, able to provide pro bono service.
Habib-ur-Rehman, Vice Chancellor of state-run Mirpur University of Science and Technology (MUST), has been appointed as Professor Emeritus of university.
Encouraging retired lawyers to keep active in pro bono work, the Supreme Court of Virginia has eased the rules for emeritus members of the Virginia State Bar.