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  Rector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Whilst the chief executive of these universities is the Principal and Vice-Chancellor, the Rector chairs meetings of the University Court, the governing body of the university, and is elected at regular intervals by their matriculated student bodies.
Roughly speaking, the distinction was that the rector directly received the tithes of his parish, while a vicar was paid instead a salary (sometimes by his diocese).
In the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, "rector" is usually used for the priest in charge of a self-sustaining parish while the priest who heads a mission—a congregation supported by the diocese—is generally called a vicar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rector   (1123 words)

 Rector of Glasgow University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The position of Lord Rector of Glasgow University is elected every three years by the students at the University of Glasgow.
The Rector is also entitled to chair the University Court, the governing body of the university.
Indeed, the most recently elected Rector, Mordechai Vanunu has thus far been unable to undertake his responsibilities as Israel refuses to let him leave the country to do so, thus he could reasonably fall into the category as someone elected as a statement of solidarity rather than as a working rector.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rector_of_Glasgow_University   (492 words)

The term rector is applied likewise to the heads of universities, seminaries, and colleges; to the local superiors of religious houses of men; to the pope, as rector of the world, in the conferring of the tiara.
Rector general is the title given to the superior general of certain religious, e.g.
One who supplies the place usually occupied by a rector is styled pro-rector (in parishes, administrator), while assistants to rectors in institutions are known as vice-rectors (in parishes, as curates, assistant, or associate, rectors, etc.).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12676c.htm   (243 words)

 James Ward Rector III
Rector, J.W., and Dong, Q., 1995, Passive characterization of hydrofracture properties using signals from the hydraulic pumps, Presented at the 65th Ann Mtg of SEG,Houston, Expanded Abstracts, 207-210.
Rector, J. W., and Lazaratos, S. K., 1994, Field characterization of the seismic radiation pattern of a fluid-coupled piezoelectric source and hydrophone receivers, Presented at the 64th Ann Mtg of SEG, Los Angeles, Expanded Abstracts, 135-138.
Rector, J. W., Washbourne, J., Huggins, R., Alonso, A., Cherrington, M., and Delonas,T., 1994, 3-D seismic exploration for the victorio peak treasure, Presented at the 64th Ann Mtg of SEG, Los Angeles, Expanded Abstracts, 624-628.
www-esd.lbl.gov /ESD_staff/rector/rector_bibliog.html   (1801 words)

 NFL.com - Prospect Profiles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Rector returned 36 punts for 514 yards (14.3 avg.) and two touchdowns and carried 14 times for 54 yards and a score that year.
Rector totaled 85 yards with two scores on 11 carries (7.7 avg.), 316 yards and a touchdown on 29 punt returns (10.9 avg.) and 458 yards on 14 kickoff returns (32.7 avg.).
Rector grabbed 87 passes for 1,203 yards (13.8 avg.) and 15 touchdowns, shattering his own 2002 school season-records of 78 receptions for 1,242 yards.
www.nfl.com /draft/profiles/2005/rector_jamaica   (754 words)

Typically, a rector is the priest in charge of a self-supporting parish, and a vicar is the priest in charge of a supported mission.
The rector is the ecclesiastical authority of the parish.
The term is derived from the Latin for "rule." The rector has authority and responsibility for worship and the spiritual jurisdiction of the parish, subject to the rubrics of the BCP, the constitution and canons of the church, and the pastoral direction of the bishop.
www.episcopalchurch.org /19625_15180_ENG_HTM.htm   (168 words)

Rector before the death of my grandfather Joe Lee Rector Sr., so it would be prior to 1976.
And as is proving the case with the Rectors, sometimes the older members of the family migrated with the younger children (Jesse, Joseph W.).
The Rectors in Little Rock and Hot Springs spring from the same immigrant, however their lines separated with the first American born generation.
www.rector.org /richter.htm   (3422 words)

 Episcopal Vocabulary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The congregation's rector is the diocesan bishop, and the bishop appoints a priest-in-charge as his/her representative, commonly referred to as a vicar., and the equivalent of the vestry would be the mission council.
Rector: From the Latin for "ruler." The priest in charge of a parish, elected by the vestry, in consultation with the bishop.
In many larger parishes the Senior Warden is chosen by the rector, and serves as a liaison between the rector and the parish.
www.gshep.org /information/vocabulary.htm   (10786 words)

 Larry J. Rector
Rector is also regularly requested to assist other attorneys within the firm in the preparation of substantive motions to be presented to trial judges and appellate courts.
Rector is the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Pricketts Fort Memorial Foundation and he is a member of the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce.
Rector was associated with a Washington, D.C. law firm where he practiced in the litigation department specializing in federal securities litigation, class actions and derivative actions.
www.steptoe-johnson.com /attorneys/bios/174.asp   (562 words)

 The Rector Family
The Rector family is well documented in printed genealogies, in records of the Germanna Foundation, and through the LDS Family History Centers.
Rector's horses were comandeered several times during the war by the U.S. Quartermaster Department.
At one point, Rector wrote a scathing letter to Governor Boreman, complaining that the soldiers were drunk.
www.geocities.com /rbinfo2/htmrect.htm   (753 words)

The post (technically they are the Lord Rector, but usually are just referred to as Rector) was enshrined as being integral part of each of these universities by the Universities (Scotland) Act 1889.
In the Anglican church, a rector is one type of parish priest, sometimes referred to as a parson.
A rector could also be in charge of the main church of a Catholic university or the church of a seminary.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Rector   (438 words)

 Saint-Petersburg State University
The Rector is elected on a competitive basis at the University Conference from a list of nominees who have managerial experience, a professor's title, and worked at the University for at least 5 years.
The Rector is responsible for producing high-quality specialists; directing the process of education, upbringing, research work, organization of economic activities of the University; observance of the Russian Federal laws and acts; realization of decisions of the bodies of state power.
With the consent of the Academic Board, the Rector approves the administrative and functional scheme of University management and changes to it; confirms the personnel charts; appoints the First Vice-Rector, Vice-Rectors, and the Chief Accountant of the University.
www.spbu.ru /e/Structure/rector.html   (179 words)

 Rector postal patrons revisited after post office closure - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Rector residents unhappy with the change circulated a petition to keep their post office in Rector.
Rector patrons are dissatisfied with the added driving distance, which will increase when Route 381 is closed because of weather conditions.
Rector residents form "mail-pools" or collect several days of mail at a time to adapt to the situation.
pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/trib/westmoreland/s_383606.html   (1369 words)

 Chris Rector - Maine House Republicans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Christopher (Chris) Rector of Thomaston is in his second term in the Maine State Legislature, representing House District 48, which includes Matinicus Island, Vinalhaven, Owl’s Head, St. George, So.
Rector, who is an art publisher, attended Boston University College of General Studies.
Rector is a member of Maine Businesses for Social Responsibility, the Rockland-Thomaston Area Chamber of Commerce and the Thomaston Fire Department.
www.mehousegop.com /index.pl/rector   (171 words)

 Wives of John Rector
This John Rector (Johannes Richter) was born in Germany in 1711 and was the son of Hans Jacob Richter, the 1714 immigrant.
Catherine Rector gave testimony, recorded 26 May 1787, that she had married William Robinson and was the mother of his five children as her son David had named.
Cattren Rector was devised fifty acres in Germantown by the will of John Fishbach, her father, which was written in 1733/34.
www.germanna.com /Wives_of_John_Rector.html   (1133 words)

 Vanunu Elected University Rector
The 50-year-old was voted by students to become the rector of Glasgow University and follows in the footsteps of William Gladstone, Benjamin Disraeli and Winnie Mandela.
The Rector of the University of Glasgow holds a special position, and the office "that of a person elected by the students whose task is to represent them" is found only in the four so-called ’ ancient’ universities of Scotland.
The rector's participation in events is entirely voluntary and depends on their own availability and choice.
www.nonviolence.org /vanunu/archive91/20041215scotsman.html   (422 words)

 Shrine Rector Attempts to Justify Hindu Prayer Service at Fatima
This is the burden of being a modernist Shrine Rector.
Rector Guerra is merely playing with words, trying to excuse the sacrilege because, he claims, it did not have the exact gestures of a Hindu “rite”.
In Paragraph 8 Rector Guerra speaks of the Hindu pilgrims being received in a room at the Shrine by the Rector and Bishop of Fatima.
www.fatima.org /news/newsviews/0904justify.asp   (7122 words)

 Individual List - - PhpGedView   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Rector, Adalai (I45820) -- Birth 1893 -- prob.
Rector, Albert (I22741) -- Birth C. Rector, Albert (I39519) -- Birth C. Rector, Albert A. Birth C. 1884 -- prob.
Rector, Alfred Letcher (I43980) -- Birth 1879 -- prob.
familytree.paradigmpress.net /indilist.php?surname=Rector   (814 words)

 Bob Rector art classic automobiles cars boats WWII aircraft art
Bob Rector was born in Michigan, served in the Air Force as a remote-control turret mechanic on the B-29 bomber, and then studied at the Miezinger School of Art in Detroit.
After 20 years in California, Rector moved to North Carolina to be closer to his oldest son, then a Captain in Special Forces at Fort Bragg.
Rector’s series of warplanes are currently featured at the Fayetteville Museum of Art in conjunction with the NASA Art Program traveling exhibit and the festival of Flight Celebration.
www.citycentergallery.com /rector   (386 words)

 Edward Franklin Rector, Colonel, United States Air Force
Edward F. Rector, 84, an ace World War II fighter pilot, retired Air Force colonel and original member of Brigadier General Claire L.
Colonel Rector was credited with having destroyed 10.5 Japanese aircraft in aerial combat during the war, beginning December 20, 1941, when the Flying Tigers engaged in combat for the first time during a raid by Hanoi-based Japanese aircraft on the Chinese city of Kunming.
Colonel Rector, a native of Marshall, North Carolina, graduated from Catawba College in 1938 and began his military career as a naval aviator.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /efrector.htm   (1068 words)

 Jesse Rector: Generation 10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Jesse Rector (1) was born December 22, 1759 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
Because her last child, Margaret Rector, was born in 1800, and because Jesse married his second wife in February 1802, his first wife must have died between 1800 and early 1802.
You are advised that it appears from the papers in the Revolutionary War pension claim, R, 8639, that Jesse Rector was born December 26, 1750 (sic), in Fauquier Co., Va. The names of his parents are not given.
www.people.cornell.edu /pages/cw16/Genealogy/Rector/Gen10.html   (811 words)

 Guestbook of R. Dale Rector Memorial Tribute
We are saddened to hear of the passing of R Dale Rector.
Rector’s Vision in our company information and to be a part of REI.
Along with our deepest sympathies to the Rector family we also celebrate Dale's life as that of a truly great man who has shaped the real estate industry with enough significance to affect and touch countless people forever.
www.rdrtribute.com /guestbook/index.php?from=100&more=20&key=   (1136 words)

 Rector Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Most of the information was taken from "The Rector's of Wayne County, Kentucky", written by Clara Rector Barnes Smart, and published by The Wayside Press, Charlottesville, VA in 1975.
She was my paternal grandfather's (Everett Rector) first cousin, and she was the daughter of Nancy Rector and Artemus Barnes.
I dedicate these Rector web pages to her: a woman I never had the opportunity to meet; but whom I've had many opportunities to admire.
www.people.cornell.edu /pages/cw16/Genealogy/Rector   (376 words)

 Robert Rector Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Robert Rector examines such issues as welfare reform, marriage and illegitimacy, tax reform to assist families, and poverty in America.
Rector previously worked as a Legislative Assistant in the Virginia House of Delegates and as a Management Analyst at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Rector earned his master’s degree in political science from Johns Hopkins University.
www.welfareacademy.org /conf/papers/rector_bio.shtml   (282 words)

 Rector @ St. Paul's   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Rector @ St. Paul's has moved to http://www.stpaulsbakersfield.org/word/rector/.
Mark Lawrence, Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Parish in Bakersfield, CA Saturday, March 04, 2006
Perhaps if you choose one for each of the four "intelligences", by Easter you may be not only holier—you might even be smarter.
rector.stpaulsbakersfield.net   (745 words)

 Rector & Associates - Associates
Neil is the founder and President of Rector and Associates, Inc. Prior to the firm's formation, Neil was the Deputy Director of the Ohio Department of Insurance, which he joined in 1988 after an insurance corporate and regulatory legal practice with a national law firm.
Prior to joining Rector and Associates, Inc., Laurie was a partner in two national law firms and specialized in insurance and banking law.
Prior to joining Rector and Associates, Inc., LaChelle served as Senior Real Estate Counsel for Limited Brands Inc., where she drafted and negotiated lease documents as well as counseled business directors and senior management on legal strategy, deal management, risk assessment and lease negotiations for all corporate brands.
www.rector-associates.com /associates.html   (1709 words)

 Thomas Conner Rector
From RECTOR FAMILY RECORDS by Walter Stevens.Pg 86-87 Duel between Thomas Conner Rector and Joshua Barton An article in the newspaper that criticized severely William Rector, surveyor general of three States for hiring personal friends and relatives and giving them lucrative contracts.
Since I cannot connect Joshua Rector to my line yet, I will put his materials under the man who killed him.'JOSHUA BARTON was born in Tennessee, son of Rev. Isaac Barton and brother of David Barton, one of the first United States Senators elected from Missouri.
Members of the Rector Family, William was in Washington D.C., considered it a reflection on the honor of an official and his brother, Thomas Conner Rector inquired at the newspaper for the name of the writer.
pharmacy.isu.edu /~cady/genealogy/PS09/PS09_145.HTM   (459 words)

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