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professorial in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprofessorialpro‧fes‧so‧ri‧al /ˌprɒfəˈsɔːriəl◂ $ ˌprɑː-/ adjective  SECrelating to the job of a professor, or considered typical of a professor a new professorial chair His beard gives him a very professorial look.professorially adverb
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professorialAbout 1773 he became junior professorial assistant to the professor of anatomy at Alfort veterinary school.The State winched him out of the professorial chair when the ecclesiastical authority was lukewarm.When able men occupied the professorial chairs, there was scope for immense development.But, alas, he does have one professorial failing.A non-stipendiary professorial fellowship at University College is attached to the professorship.Malachowski looks very professorial in wire-rimmed glasses and tweed jacket.But we have not been able to attract them into the professorial ranks in anywhere near the percentage they are getting degrees.