Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to tenure.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the nature of, or pertaining to, a tenure or holding of property.

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Examples

  • The major features include granting longterm tenurial arrangements to qualified applicants, technical and modest material assistance and institution building aimed at developing capability for community-based resource management.

    Chapter 5

  • The major features include granting long-term tenurial arrangements to qualified applicants, technical and modest material assistance and institution building aimed at developing capability for community-based resource management.

    Chapter 5

  • The major features include granting longterm tenurial arrangements to qualified applicants, technical and modest material assistance and institution building. aimed at developing capability for communitybased resource management.

    Chapter 4

  • The good news is that this move seems to have provided the impetus for an alliance between tenurial and contract faculty.

    More on the Attack of the Deans

  • The profile of the hybrid rice farmers in Kalinga are taken on the bases of age, gender, farming status, location of farm, educational attainment, farm size, farming experience, tenurial status, experience in hybrid rice farming, and farm size devoted to hybrid rice.

    ADOPTION OF HYBRID RICE IN KALINGA

  • Programme, looked at the role of tenurial arrangements in sustainable use of natural resources.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Resource depletion, environmental degradation, inequitable access to resources, tenurial issues, upland poverty and the continuous influx of lowland migrants into the uplands are among the current issues in natural resources management.

    Chapter 5

  • - Although arable lands were generally plentiful and population densities low, achievement of higher productivity per farm family was hampered by lack of evolution of modern, improved farming techniques, by rigid and unprogressive organizational and land tenurial practices which discouraged long-term investments by external cultivators, and by absence of credit facilities to farmers and farmers 'aversion to cooperation societies.

    1. Sustainability of land use systems: the potential of indigenous measures for the maintenance of soil productivity in sub-sahara african agriculture.

  • In spite of large land resources, there was a strong influence of existing tenurial practices on the farming system.

    1. Sustainability of land use systems: the potential of indigenous measures for the maintenance of soil productivity in sub-sahara african agriculture.

  • Resource depletion, degradation, inequitable access to resources, tenurial issues, upland poverty and the continuous influx of lowland migrants into the uplands are among the current issues in natural resources management.

    Chapter 5

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