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Locum tenens
Locum tenens Lo"cum te"nens [L., holding the place; locus place + tenens, p. pr. of tenere to hold. Cf. Lieutenant.] A substitute or deputy; one filling an office for a time.
Manutenency Man`u*ten"en*cy, n. [L. manus hand + tenere to hold.] Maintenance. [Obs.] --Abp. Sancroft.
Tenent Ten"ent, n. [L. tenent they hold, 3d pers. pl. pres. of tenere.] A tenet. [Obs.] --Bp. Sanderson.

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- tenen may refer to: ten'en, a ****anese era tatenen, also known as tenen, an egyptian god tenen holtz (1877–1971), russian empire born american actor lo****
- tenen holtz (february 17, 1887 – july 1, 1971) was a russian empire born american actor. he appeared in nearly 60 films between 1926 and 1961. he was
- tatenen (also ta-tenen, tatjenen, tathenen, tanen, tenen, tanenu, and tanuu) was the god of the primordial mound in ancient egyptian religion. his name
- of their positions. the word lo**** is short for the latin phrase lo**** tenens ('place holder', akin to the french lieutenant). the abbreviated form 'lo****'
- p. younger. the film stars norma shearer, george sidney, ralph forbes, tenen holtz and william bakewell. the film was released on february 4, 1928, by
- discourage her interest in a sleazy lounge lizard named stuart gold (d'arcy). tenen holtz as isaac solomon lapidowitz kate price as bridget o'grady lapidowitz
- yamanaka r, kim gd, radomska hs, lekstrom-himes j, smith lt, antonson p, tenen dg, xanthopoulos kg (jun 1997). 'ccaat/enhancer binding protein epsilon
- reference:'.  'entrez gene: cd34 cd34 molecule'.  simmons dl, satterthwaite ab, tenen dg, seed b (jan 1992). 'molecular cloning of a cdna encoding cd34, a sialomucin