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Question 1: Emerita (/ɨˈmɛrɨtə/) is often used as the female equivalent, although avoided by purists, since phrases such as professor emerita are ungrammatical in ________.
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Question 2: Emeritus (pronounced /ɨˈmɛrɨtəs/) (plural Emeriti, abbreviation emer.) is an ________ that is used in the title of a retired professor, bishop, or other professional.
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Question 3: Emeritus, ________ (Online), 2006.
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Question 4: The word originated in the mid-18th century from ________ as the past participle of emereri meaning to "earn one's discharge by service".
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