` Head of House
| ` The head of a college, usually termed ‘Master’ but sometimes ‘Provost’ as at King’s, ‘President’ as at Clare Hall, Hughes Hall, Lucy Cavendish, Queens’ and Wolfson; ‘Principal’ as at Newnham and Homerton, ‘Mistress’ as at Girton, or ‘Warden’ as at Robinson. |
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