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Use "deanship" in a sentence
"One of Bartlett's most important goals for the remainder of her deanship is the completion of the school's building initiatives, which include renovation of the law library and a new atrium that will provide much needed space for students and public functions."
"She had planned unheard-of achievements, while I saw nothing else than the deanship of the College of Agriculture."
"Only the most Ivy-towered academic monk could think that deanship of a law school prepares one for the substantial legal, political, economic, social, and cultural issues facing the nation."