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Facing legal challenges to their ability to borrow money, city officials and their advisers discovered a new way to essentially borrow the money through the sellers.
Sakazaki wasn’t sure how significant his find was, so he reached out to Hamilton, who had been his postdoctoral research adviser, to check if the peaks might be of interest.
I think the voters will decide whether they want to have a say over who is the legal adviser or not.
In exchange for reinstating federal surveillance powers, Congress has offered to give independent advisers a larger voice in the secret court proceedings and create harsher criminal penalties for abuse.
One "adviser" arranges everything nicely in the interests of his country, and then what does the "corrupt" Chinese official do?
PEKING DUSTELLEN N. LA MOTTE
He himself went as friend and adviser to the bereaved girl, a position which a certain letter had secured for him.
THE SECRET HOUSEEDGAR WALLACE
Woman-like, she threw the blame of her lover's action entirely upon the adviser.
He did not know what had become of her, and the facts he had to lay before his adviser were very few.
THE CROCK OF GOLDJAMES STEPHENS
You might perhaps have chosen a better man than Del Ferice for your adviser.
DON ORSINOF. MARION CRAWFORD
The adviser needed to be, as he was, an extremely capable man to deal with the extraordinary list of demands.
A STAKE IN THE LANDPETER ALEXANDER SPEEK

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