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advisory board

noun as in advisory body

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The junta reportedly has appointed a six-member advisory board to look after security, the economy, and laws.

Though he had no publishing background, Ahrenberg hired consultants and asked art-world friends to be on the advisory board.

She now tries to educate other teens on dating abuse as a member of the Youth Advisory Board for

Cyrus's father, singer Billy Ray Cyrus, is on the PTC advisory board.

Disney recently formed its own advisory board to counsel the network on preschool curriculum development.

The advisory board, men who drove past in milk wagons, condemned it as a piece of folly.

Dee looked forlornly to me for help and indeed I felt it was time for the Advisory Board to step in.

This raised the question as to the advisability of having an advisory board since none of the other sections had such boards.

A coffee advisory board was appointed in June 1918, to serve as a go-between for the trade and the food administration.

The advisory board under the act of 16th July, 1862, did not recommend him for further promotion.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to advisory board, such as: planning board, board of advisers, consultants, and consultative body.

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