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- however his tenureship also resulted in increased environment damage according to critics and increased social conflict, according to the
- his position through most of joseph stalin 's tenure as premier , as well as through the tenureships of georgy malenkov and nikolai bulganin .
- during bovell's tenureship, it also regularly pla**** host to legendary dub producer adrian sherwood . since 1993 it has been run by the
- ****istant professor: once a senior teaching ****istant obtains a doctorate, s/he is hired as an ****istant professor, and receives tenureship.
- tenure-ship controversy: gupta was unanimously approved for tenure in 1996 at stanford, but was then denied tenure by the dean john shoven.
- during his tenureship as deputy chairman of the state planning committee, he wrote to the council of ministers , then headed by nikolai
- his tenureship on the board of the oregon academy of sciences saw the dairy industry's profits rise from $2.5 million to $20 million.
- vanished after the qin dynasty abolished the public ownership of land (which jiang identified with contemporary practices of land tenureship).
- the parcels of land held under the village tenureship system are known as patis and a patidar is the holder of one of those allotments.
- been promoted to full professorship ariyoshi's dogged four-year campaign eventually resulted in the tenureship of professor shunzo sakamaki.