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Use "vice-chancellor" in a sentence
"It appointed the insider Peter North, its former vice-chancellor, to undertake an inquiry as to why Rafsanjani fils was relieved of the requirement to speak the Queen's English and even to reside in Oxford."
"New Ideas for Urban Living, heard from Geoff Mulgan, former adviser to Tony Blair, now chief executive of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; Kevin McCloud, developer and broadcaster; Pam Alexander, former chair of the Peabody Trust; and Lord Broers, former vice-chancellor of Cambridge University and chair of the science and technology committee of the House of Lords."
"Its vice-chancellor, Bob Burgess, said: A dynamic university will hold its nerve during this period, which is a period of transition."