Among these challengers is Olga Palagia, professor of archaeology at the University of Athens.
After high school, he moved to the jungles of Peru, working and studying with a professor he knew from the University of Kansas.
I think that professor Quiggin and I are broadly in agreement: this sort of stuff happens in markets.
I think that professor Sachs is being slightly intellectually dishonest.
Stephen L. Carter is the William Nelson Cromwell professor of Law at Yale.
“I do not anticipate much difficulty as to that,” answered the professor.
The doctor bowed; and the subject of professor Ellis was immediately dropped.
The professor had just met a woman wheeling a cat out in a baby-carriage.
You know, of course, that it is all right about professor Ellis;—or no!
Tibbitts and the professor had an awkward experience the first night they were in Paris.
late 14c., "one who teaches a branch of knowledge," from Old French professeur (14c.) and directly from Latin professor "person who professes to be an expert in some art or science; teacher of highest rank," agent noun from profiteri "lay claim to, declare openly" (see profess). As a title prefixed to a name, it dates from 1706. Short form prof is recorded from 1838.
Professor. One professing religion. This canting use of the word comes down from the Elizabethan period, but is obsolete in England. [Thornton, "American Glossary," 1912]