Thus the State of Idaho appropriated $2500 for the establishment of a lectureship in domestic science.
If I had been dependent on my lectureship, I should have starved.
In 1823 he was chosen to fill the lectureship established by subscription in honour of the memory of Ricardo.
His first preferment was the lectureship of West-Ham and Bow.
I have resigned my Gifford lectureship, but they will undoubtedly grant me indefinite postponement.
He had been ailing for many months and had resolved to give up his lectureship.
In 1851 an English and in 1852 an Anglo-Saxon lectureship were established.
In the Elizabethan statutes special and detailed provisions are made for the continuance of the lectureship.
At the age of 24 a learned treatise on the centre of gravity of solids led to a lectureship at Pisa University.
She appointed a Board of lectureship, carefully selecting each member and assigning each to a certain district.