tribuneship


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Noun1.Tribuneship - the position of tribunetribuneship - the position of tribune    
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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Proofs of this position might be adduced from the examples of the Roman Tribuneship, the Polish Diet, and the States-General of the Netherlands, did not an example at home render foreign precedents unnecessary.
Such an approach might require de facto unanimity among those in attendance, and "the examples of the Roman tribuneship" revealed the "impotence, perplexity and disorder" that would result from this form of legislative sign-off.
(26) A significant portion of Agricola's education was th en taken up by military training, including a tour of duty in Britain, during which Agricola came to know the province and to learn the arts of war; it was during this tribuneship under Suetonius Paulinus that he conceived a desire for martial glory (5).