"We need to systematize what we do for young women," said Carol Lancaster, dean of Georgetown's School of Foreign Service.
As the dean kept talking and students began protesting, calls came from journalists in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York.
Had dean beaten Kerry in Iowa, it would have been extremely hard for the Massachusetts senator to recover.
Comedian dean Obeidallah on how his Twitter jokes about Ted Cruz drew heavy fire from five—yes, five—publications.
dean Todd arranged for me to sit behind a screen and talk about my rape for a group of student leaders and activists.
This was in reality the beginning of Mrs. dean's carefully laid plan.
Tis none other that the dean sets forth, ay, and the book that I have here.
I might now be dean of a college or a second Dr. Frank Crane.
"We shall be obliged to look into the matter," declared the dean.
If it were the dean, now—but, oh no, certainly not the Head.
early 14c., from Old French deien (12c., Modern French doyen), from Late Latin decanus "head of a group of 10 monks in a monastery," from earlier secular meaning "commander of 10 soldiers" (which was extended to civil administrators in the late empire), from Greek dekanos, from deka "ten" (see ten). Replaced Old English teoðingealdor. College sense is from 1570s (in Latin from late 13c.).