Rector

Rector may refer to:

  • Rector (ecclesiastical)
  • Rector (academia)
  • Rector (politics)
  • Rector, Arkansas
  • Rector (surname)
  • Rector, a community in Ligonier Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Other articles related to "rector":

List Of Nazi Ideologues - Philosophers and Sociologists
... joined the NSDAP on May 1, 1933 three weeks after being appointed rector of the University of Freiburg ... His first act as rector was to eliminate all democratic structures, including those that had elected him rector ...
Lindsay Roy - Teaching Career
... He was promoted to be Assistant Rector of Kirkcaldy High School in 1983, but left after three years to be Depute Rector of Glenwood High School in Glenrothes ... Starting in 1990, Roy became Rector of Inverkeithing High School ... He became Rector of Kirkcaldy High School in 2008, the High School that Prime Minister, Gordon Brown attented as a boy ...
Anne Elizabeth Rector
... Anne Elizabeth Rector (1899 – February 17, 1970) was an American artist and author ... Rector and she attended the Art Students League of New York studying under John French Sloan ... She later headed Rector Studios that manufactured glass top tables ...
Samuel Lisle - Life
... He was rector of Tooting in 1720 ... He was also rector of St Mary-le-Bow, from 1721 to 1744 and rector of Northall, from 1729 ...
Charles Trimnell - Life
... He was the son of another Charles Trimnell (c.1630-1702), rector of Abbots Ripton, Huntingdonshire ... He was rector of Bodington, in Sunderland's gift, in 1694, and of Brington, the local parish of Althorp, in 1696 ... A royal chaplain under Queen Anne, he became rector of Southmere in 1704, and of St Giles, Norwich in 1705 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rector:

    Under bare Ben Bulben’s head
    In Drumcliff churchyard Yeats is laid.
    An ancestor was rector there
    Long years ago, a church stands near,
    By the road an ancient cross.
    No marble, no conventional phrase;
    On limestone quarried near the spot
    By his command these words are cut:
    Cast a cold eye
    On life, on death.
    Horseman pass by!
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)