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noun as in mentor

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Austin is surrounding himself with senior advisers for many of his top priorities, including one for China policy.

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Alabama can try again to execute Smith once it institutes procedures for allowing spiritual advisers to accompany inmates.

As the concept for the “In Your Shoes” meetups took shape, Brumberg contacted Cory Grewell, a professor of literature and drama club adviser at Patrick Henry, a 40-minute drive from Georgetown.

The brains of older adults seem to have more aperiodic activity than those of younger adults, Voytek found in a 2015 study with his doctoral adviser Robert Knight, a professor of neuroscience at Berkeley.

Last month, as his position soared above $47 million, the user was unmasked as Keith Gill, a 34-year-old certified financial adviser in Massachusetts.

On the following Monday, it was arranged by my Resident Adviser that I would meet with the dean of students, Robert Canevari.

Whitaker is not only a close friend of the president and the first lady but of senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, as well.

General Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to the first President Bush, shuffled head-down through the mob.

He also appointed a very experienced intelligence chief, Ajit Doval as his national security adviser.

But when the information was brought up with the White House, senior adviser Karl Rove told them to “let these sleeping dogs lie.”

His services as witness and expert adviser were in great request by railway companies.

Henry Burns smiled most affably, as though the squire had been his dearest friend and adviser.

He lived in a house belonging to her, the hotel de Soissons; she made him her supreme adviser.

The sheik, panic-struck, came in and made submission, revealing the treachery of the ranee's paramour and adviser.

In this latter work his success was very moderate, but he became unconsciously an intimate friend and adviser of the Czar.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adviser, such as: aide, coach, confidant, consultant, counselor, and instructor.

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