Military tenure

tenure of land, on condition of performing military service.

See also: Military

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Joseph Caravalho's military tenure reached a pinnacle two years ago with his last posting--as chief medical adviser to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, responsible for the health of more than 2 million members of the U.S.
Following his military tenure, Ibn Auf was chosen to be Sudan's ambassador in Oman.
Following his military tenure, he spent the next 12 years as principal of various schools in Pakistan - even working with the Education Ministry and setting up a college in the process.
Military service, although down by six months, remains very burdensome since anybody drafted into the army cannot travel or work freely during his military tenure.
During my military tenure, I have received the following awards: Legion of Merit with first oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with first oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with third oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal with seventh oak leaf cluster, Airborne Parachute Badge, Air Assault Badge, Combat Medical Badge, Driver's Badge (Wheeled), Drill Sergeant Badge, German Armed Forces Military Efficiency Badge, and NCO Professional Development Ribbon (fourth award).
In the next two military tenures, under Zia and Musharraf, the average economic growth remained over 6 percent a highpoint of achievement in comparison to the prevalent standards of development in the region.
In Jani Anglorum he recognized that William I, while introducing many new laws, especially those concerning military tenures, also preserved many Saxon laws and "the fundamental shape and character of the Saxon constitution" (p.
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