juniority


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Theatre Notebook 45 (1991), 121-31, makes an attempt to suggest the two terms are interchangeable but fails to convince, though the juniority of choristers in the Westcott period, the focus of Lin's article, is hardly a matter of contention.
He told them that "pension contributions should be as consistent and fair as they can be irrespective of seniority or juniority of the staff member involved".
The offered data equally suggest that for these boys, groups delivered access to the "power" and affiliation of (male) older teens, and an end to the frustrations possibly not of emasculation but of juniority.