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.
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.