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tenure

A time period,as in the tenure of a lease.

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The Expert Advisory Panel will consider the implications of land tenure issues; look at the different approaches to land tenure issues between the governments and advise NAMF on how governments can work towards consistency across northern jurisdictions.
Mr Crean said it was significant that the decision to review land tenure land arrangements was reached in the East Kimberley, a region that has benefited from considerable Commonwealth and State Government investment in a range of social and economic infrastructure.
However, in order to expand opportunities and increase investment in northern Australia, including the next stage of the Ord River in the Kimberley and the carbon economy, we need to develop a consistent government-to-government and cross-border approach to land tenure across northern Australia.
The recommendation for extending the tenure is likely to be accepted.
fixed tenures to a host of officers, the constitution provided that such
its officers' tenures, tenures that are generally independent of
granted tenures for a set number of years "if they [officeholders]
For one thing, some companies are deliberately shortening tenure for their chief executives.
According to Richardson (1999), tenured and tenure track faculty constitute only 35 percent of all of those who teach at institutions of higher learning.
This research attempts to strike a balance between opposing sides of the tenure debate.
Engagement's effect on performance continues throughout the employee life cycle to employees of long-term tenures -- 10 years or more.
Further, our analysis shows that talented employees with longer tenures can achieve above-average performance even in work environments that are not very engaging.