Among them Mica Mosbacher, who is now a regent at the University of Houston.
“[regent] taught me the real importance of being a Christian elected official,” he remarked.
The regent movie theater, Albee Square Mall, and [record store] Beat Street are all gone.
During his gubernatorial run in 2009, McDonnell saw his graduate thesis from regent University emerge—and receive some scrutiny.
It was the amount of the previous evening's receipts at the regent, in pounds.
They found the proceeds of the regent Street burglary in his apartments.
He then drove to the Zoological gardens and the regent's park.
It's about your time; and wait for me at the turning to regent's Park.
A new seal was cast for the king, whose documents had hitherto been stamped with the seal of the regent.
He shall account to me for his words, were he regent instead of Intendant!
"one who rules during the minority or absence of a sovereign," c.1400, from the adjective (now archaic, attested in English late 14c.), from Old French regent and directly from Medieval Latin regentem (nominative regens), from Latin regens "ruler, governor," noun use of present participle of regere "to rule, direct" (see regal). Senses of "university faculty member" is attested from mid-15c., originally Scottish.