Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A post as a lecturer:‘a three-year lectureship in English Literature’
- ‘The lectureship is supported by funds derived from the Society's Lynn W. Day Endowment for Publications in Forest History.’
- ‘We are in the process of putting our sold-out lectureship books online here.’
- ‘Established by Ernst Stiefel to support new projects and initiatives in the areas of comparative and international law, this program supports symposia, visiting lectureships, scholarships, and faculty research activities.’
- ‘Five annual lectureships are held which focus on specific areas or subspecialties of general surgery.’
- ‘The following lectureships are reviewed and awarded upon direct application by any department or school for speakers compatible with the stated purposes.’
- ‘Endowed lectureships enable the Law School to attract distinguished scholars, practitioners, jurists, and executives to visit the Law School for intensive offerings of two or four weeks’ duration.’
- ‘Here is a case study of a Bristol researcher who secured one such lectureship here at Bristol.’
- ‘The Seminary has a series of lectureships provided for students and the local community.’
- ‘The lectureship is named in honor of the late Donald L. Katz, who was Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan.’
- ‘The Higher Education Funding Council for England today announced awards for 38 new clinical senior lectureships at 12 universities in the second round of a national scheme to support senior clinical academics in their career development.’
- ‘The Mott lectureship is awarded annually by the Institute of Physics Condensed Matter Division.’
- ‘The lectureships are an example of the partnership between the Foundation and industry and are made possible by a grant to the Foundation.’
- ‘Annual presentations of the popular memorial lectureships celebrate the legacy of these fine physicians.’
- ‘It is our intention to find and present world-class experts and scholars for a lectureship that will gain national attention for OSU.’
- ‘This table is a summary of the lectureships held by department faculty members.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.