An honorary doctorate rewards exceptional role modeling; tenure rewards good scholarship.
Less famously, the synagogue of the Karaite sect in Abbasiyya was also restored under her tenure.
I decided to start with the letters from the middle of his tenure—1977-79, the Days of Disco.
But he also recognizes that tenure is what makes his colleagues so resistant to his arguments.
Surely your tenure as attorney general contributed a bit—if not a lot—to the making of our 44th president.
This tenure is expressly excepted from the statute, 12 Charles II., by which the other ancient tenures were destroyed.
Never had he been so fond of this body of his as now when his tenure of it was so precarious.
Their tenants too might renew their term before their tenure ran out: so they were men of spirit and property.
All magistrates, whatever be their tenure of office, must give an account of their magistracy.
The three differences relate to power, tenure, and manner of accession.
early 15c., "holding of a tenement," from Anglo-French and Old French tenure "a tenure, estate in land" (13c.), from Old French tenir "to hold," from Vulgar Latin *tenire, from Latin tenere "to hold" (see tenet). The sense of "condition or fact of holding a status, position, or occupation" is first attested 1590s. Meaning "guaranteed tenure of office" (usually at a university or school) is recorded from 1957.