secondment

[ UK /səkˈɒndmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the detachment of a person from their regular organization for temporary assignment elsewhere
  2. a speech seconding a motion
    do I hear a second?
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How To Use secondment In A Sentence

  • His involvement with the project began when he was on secondment from NASA to the European Space Agency.
  • Until recently company and business tenants often lived in hotels and holiday lets while on secondment. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is also on secondment to the Cabinet Office, advising on how the civil service can improve its communications skills.
  • He is halfway through his six-month secondment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Until recently company and business tenants often lived in hotels and holiday lets while on secondment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Philip Mudd , a respected intelligence man currently on secondment to the FBI, pulled out of his nomination to the senior intelligence post in the Department of Homeland Security.
  • In 1995, Bob Clark was appointed as director, initially on secondment from the former Rural Development Commission.
  • His involvement with the project began when he was on secondment from NASA to the European Space Agency.
  • However, as secondments became more difficult to obtain, there appears to be a shift in the direction of part-time courses.
  • Ivan Arbuthnot, who is on secondment to the NAHT from his role as principal of Priory Integrated College in Holywood, said: "We have been told that we should soon get indicative budgets - a 'guesstimate' - which will put funding at the same as last year. Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed
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