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  • 1 Registrary — Reg is*tra*ry ( tr?*r?), n. A registrar. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 Registrary — The Registrary is the senior administrative officer of the University of Cambridge. The term is unique to Cambridge,cite web|url=http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/dp/2006042401|title=500th birthday for Registrary|accessdate=2008 10… …

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  • 3 registrary — noun The chief administrative officer of …

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  • 4 registrary — [ rɛdʒɪˌstr(ə)ri] noun (plural registraries) the chief administrative officer of Cambridge University …

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  • 5 registrary — reg·is·trary …

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  • 6 registrary — n. (pl. ies) the registrar of Cambridge University …

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  • 7 Registrar (academic) — In education outside the United Kingdom, a registrar or registrary is an official in an academic institution (a college, university, or secondary school) who handles student records. Typically, a registrar processes registration requests,… …

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  • 8 Jonathan Nicholls — has been the Registrary of the University of Cambridge since October 2007 [ [http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/dp/2007042504 New Registrary for Cambridge ] ] .Dr Nicholls was educated at Culford School, the University of Bristol (first class… …

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  • 9 John Taylor (1704–1766) — John Taylor (June 22, 1704 April 4, 1766), English classical scholar, was born at Shrewsbury in Shropshire.His father was a barber, and, by the generosity of one of his customers, the son, having received his early education at the grammar school …

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  • 10 Hughes Hall, Cambridge — Cambridge College Infobox name = Hughes Hall infobox colour = #0066CC text colour = link colour = #ffcc00 colours = full name = latin name = latin motto = Disce ut Servias english motto = founder = founder pl = named for = Miss Elizabeth Phillips …

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  • 11 Writing of Principia Mathematica — Isaac Newton composed Principia Mathematica during 1685 and 1686.Authoring Principia Newton s major work mdash; Principia Mathematica In the other letters written in 1685 and 1686, he asks Flamsteed for information about the orbits of the moons… …

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  • 12 Transcript (education) — In education, a transcript is an inventory of the courses taken and grades earned of a student throughout a course. Contents 1 United States 2 European Union 2.1 Usage in academic transfer 3 References …

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  • 13 John Neville Keynes — (31 August 1852 15 November 1949) was a British economist and father of John Maynard Keynes. Biography Born in Salisbury, he was the son of Dr John Keynes and his wife Anna Maynard Neville. He was educated at Amersham Hall School, University… …

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  • 14 Supplicant — This page is about candidates for degrees and humble petitioners; for information on the computing term see Supplicant (computer).A Supplicant, one who supplicates, is a term applied to humble petitioners, and in particular to University of… …

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  • 15 Deaths in May 2006 — Deaths in 2006 : ← January February March April May June July August September October November December → The following is a list of notable deaths in May 2006. May 2006 31 Carlos Alberto Dias Barreira, 63, Brazilian civilist lawyer and… …

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  • 16 Albrecht Berblinger — Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger (June 24 1770, Ulm ndash; January 28 1829, Ulm), also known as the Tailor of Ulm, is famous for having constructed a working flying machine, presumably a hang glider. Early life Berblinger was the seventh child of a… …

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  • 17 Henry Richards Luard — (1825 1891) was a British medieval historian and antiquary [ [http://www.bartleby.com/222/1507.html Biography on bartleby.com] ] . He was a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge and university administrator, was Registrary of. the University of… …

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  • 18 John Willis Clark — (1833 1910), sometimes J. W. Clark, was an English academic and antiquarian.Clark was born into a Cambridge University academic family, and was a nephew of Prof. Robert Willis. He spent his life at the university, serving as Fellow of Trinity… …

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  • 19 Cambridge University Reporter — The Cambridge University Reporter, founded in 1870, is the official journal of record of the University of Cambridge. It appears within the University and online every Wednesday during Full Term, carrying notices of all University business. This… …

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  • 20 Erzkaplan — Das Wort Kanzler (aus lateinisch cancellarius) bezeichnete im Mittelalter einen Hofgeistlichen, der in einer Kanzlei (von lat. cancelli, „Gitter, Schranken“), einem abgetrennten Raum, Urkunden ausfertigte. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Kanzler… …

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