n.1.Tenaciousness; obstinacy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Part of a genuine herd dispersal having given up the tenacy at Tryal Bach Llanon the sale of mainly British Bluex and Limousinx cows with British Blue calves at foot, met with a trade the cattle deserved.
Jarman had discontinued his tenacy at Greenways, Delves Lane, Consett, two days before the alleged murder, by which time he had just pounds 1.55 in the bank and was living on pounds 145 a week in benefits.
She had been forced to spend pounds 7,000 on a CCTV system to comply with her licence, having put down pounds 50,000 for the tenacy.
Rera also recently created Ejari, an online tenacy contract registration site where agents and landlords must register all contracts.
Some 70 companies, including the founder companies of Market Building Ltd., have signed tenacy agreements simultaneously with the signing of the head lease.