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tournament

a term used to describe competition between employees of an organization to achieve promotion (like ‘medieval tournaments’) so that the potential for promotion, as well as pay, affect motivation. See LABOUR MARKET.
Collins Dictionary of Economics, 4th ed. © C. Pass, B. Lowes, L. Davies 2005
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Joust when you thought it was safe to put away the brollies They'd hoped the only thunder they would hear was the hooves of the horses - but spectators got a soaking at the annual jousting at Linlithgow Palace yesterday.
Banking platform Joust has said that it has launched a banking app for freelancers.
I am trying to find a sponsor to help me fly my horse -- Femke -- from Sydney to Europe so she can be based there and I can joust her at tournaments in future," Sarah said, adding, "It is my dream to joust on her in castles in Europe.
FOR the first time ever, a female jouster is set to take part in Kenilworth Castle's Grand Medieval Joust.
FOR the first time ever, a female jouster is to take part in Kenilworth Castle's Grand Medieval Joust.
Genral Day visited the Sofia-based Rakovski Defence and Staff College and met with representatives of the Joint Logistics Support Group (JLSG) of exercise TRIDENT JOUST 15.
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And the three-day Grand Medieval Joust concludes today after a weekend of thrills and spills for the crowds.
Earlier in the visit Adams had explained that a joust was not merely two guys flailing randomly at each other with lances.