ten-days
 n.Gloss: in Trinidad and Tobago, a temporary job. «As for being Attorney General, her tenure there is generally referred to as a “ten-days,” which isn’t far out: she kept the seat warm for Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj for less than two months.» —“The hard glass ceiling” by Judy Raymond Trinidad & Tobago Express Oct. 21, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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