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Noun(1) blasphemous behavior; the act of depriving something of its sacred character(2) degradation of something worthy of respect; cheapening
(1) If I recall correctly, Professor Kennedy was a visiting prof at Stanford Law School some years after I graduated.(2) Two days later, the prof returned the transcribed lecture, with just a brief note appended.(3) I didn't sleep much Sunday night, and barely heard a word the prof said in my first class the next day.(4) you heard what the prof said!(5) She had just decided that she didn't want to drown in academia and become a prof , nor was her second choice of being a short-story author palatable.(6) Towards the end of his career, Murrow was told by an eminent professor of English that the prof had identified the secret of Murrow's success.(7) This prof is the Chair of my Qualifying Exam committee and I was worried about how this would effect my exam.(8) Also, in many classes, the prof isn't even really teaching anymore.(9) There was a college prof from Delaware that wrote a gut-splitting funny column on affirmative action.(10) If you look at the list of most-cited law profs, only about 10% of the profs on the list generally would be considered politically right-of-center.(11) Priests, nuns, American Life League, students, profs , staff, and good Catholics (including some steel workers) all came to protest and boo.(12) In Yale's defense, almost all the philosophy profs who taught me were terrific and inspiring; two of them are even still at Yale…(13) It was only 30 years ago that university profs could refuse to teach women and I'm glad we've all moved on since then.(14) For the pittance they're paid, adjunct profs at our colleges might as well be sweatshop workers.(15) Polls show that college students are far to the right of their glassy-eyed profs , and next year large numbers of young adults will vote for our suave President.(16) Many students and profs would choose smaller classes with fewer students receiving higher education.
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