Tensure

Ten´sure


n.1.Tension.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Documents available with Pakistan Today revealed that supplies of natural gas to state-owned gas utilities (SNGPL and SSGCL) have witnessa ed major decline during the tensure of the incumbent government.
He said that his slain mother, Mohtarma Bhutto had dreamed to develop Thar through its black gold [The coal] in 1988 during her first tensure in power .
Goemans, "Peace Through Insecurity: Tensure and International Conflict," Journal of Conflict Resolution 47, no.
Some specific subjects include central banks in the Philippines and Indonesia, decolonization and violence in Southeast Asia, reconfiguration of national and public space in India, land tensure in Indonesian cities, and racial and social zoning in African cities.
He further said that he had attested domiciles during his tensure as Nazim in the Bajaur Agency but after the approval of concern political agent of the agency but the FIA has launched investigation only against him which shows that the agency is being dictated by tip of political fingers against the leader of JI leaders in the Fata.
The majority of work Enterprise Print provides is general business stationery items such as letterheads, compliment slips and business cards, as well as marketing items such as leaflets and brochures and products tensure the smooth running of a busy office such as invoices, delivery note books and order pads.
PTR = one if post tensure review exists, otherwise zero