juniority


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juniority

(ˌdʒuːnɪˈɒrɪtɪ)
n
the state of being junior

juniority

the condition of being junior, as in age, rank, or position.
See also: Age
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On the other hand, coercive exclusion from authorship is even more unethical as it completely devours the credit of someone really deserving but as an underdog who is, most probably, also more needy for the launch of a new career but is not in a position to complain because of other juniority constraints.
In stressing their juniority, Shapiro continues a tradition from Hillebrand, who professed himself captivated by their 'charm of piquant strangeness' and their 'precocious skill', concluding, 'I cannot help feeling that the fundamental attraction of the boy actors .