noun, plural e·mer·i·tae [ih-mer-i-tee]. /ɪˈmɛr ɪˌti/.
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Lynn Foster, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock law professor emerita, said the criminal eviction statute is one of two unique features of Arkansas law that harm tenants.There’s Only One State Where Falling Behind on Rent Could Mean Jail Time. That Could Change.|by Maya Miller and Ellis Simani, ProPublica, and Benjamin Hardy, Arkansas Nonprofit News Network|March 19, 2021|ProPublica
Alta Charo, a professor emerita at the University of Wisconsin and a member of ISSCR’s steering committee, declined to comment on the content of the new guidelines.Scientists plan to drop the 14-day embryo rule, a key limit on stem cell research|Antonio Regalado|March 16, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Ana Marie Cox is Wonkette emerita, political junkie, self-hating journalist, and author of Dog Days.
David Broder is, of course, Dean Emerita, but the Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet will probably be taking over the daily duties.
Ana Marie Cox is a Wonkette emerita, political junkie, self-hating journalist, and author of Dog Days.
Wonkette emerita, political junkie, self-hating journalist, and author of Dog Days.
No sooner had the "lady," as Byron was pleased to call her, played her part as decoy, than she was discharged as emerita.The Works Of Lord Byron, Vol. 3 (of 7)|Lord Byron
The said Schedelius furthermore setteth downe, that his Emerita martyred in Rhetia.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine|Raphaell Holinshed
It was the capital of Lusitania, and was called Emerita Augusta, from the first word of which title comes the present name.