- the office of lecturer.
Origin of lectureship
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Examples from the Web for lectureship
If I had been dependent on my lectureship, I should have starved.Free Thought and Official Propaganda
He was then given the lectureship of the church in which, as a boy, he had sung so sweetly.Freaks of Fanaticism
In 1851 an English and in 1852 an Anglo-Saxon lectureship were established.
His first preferment was the lectureship of West-Ham and Bow.
He had been ailing for many months and had resolved to give up his lectureship.Makers of Modern Medicine
James J. Walsh
- the office or position of lecturer
- an endowment financing a series of lectures
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