rector extrapolated to a national average: fine with running water, not so fine with such a small number of observations.
rector was attending a Sunday night game between the Yankees and Red Sox when he dozed off.
In fact, the suit tries to somehow find MLB liable for a still picture of rector posted on a website called NotSportcenter.
Dalil Boubakeur, the rector of the Grande Mosquée in Paris, has warned of radicalism amongst young Muslim males in the city.
He was over fifty years of age, and had been rector of Bowick for nearly twenty.
The nave, then as now, was the charge of the parish; the chancel, of the rector.
And after a few minutes of desultory conversation, the rector left.
"It is coldish to-night, love," said the rector; and he put out the candle.
Mr. Austen, rector of Whitby, was present when Catherine told this.
The rector spoke with an obvious effort, got his hand off the page and closed the folio.
late 14c. (early 13c. in Anglo-Latin), from Latin rector "ruler, governor, director, guide," from rect-, past participle stem of regere "to rule, guide" (see regal). Used originally of Roman governors and God, by 18c. generally restricted to clergymen and college heads. Related: Rectorship.