advisory[ ad-vahy-zuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF advisory
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Moreover, there was to be an Advisory Council elected by popular vote.
The Association has a board of fifteen directors, and an advisory board of twelve.
The parental influence, then, must be indirect and advisory.
A majority of the Advisory Commission was made up of Republicans.
This annihilates the legislature, and reduces it to an advisory body.
It also covered my employment by them in an advisory capacity.
The acuerdo developed from the advisory power of the audiencia.
This raised the question as to the advisability of having an advisory board since none of the other sections had such boards.
Every town should set up an advisory committee on its betterment.
There is a danger into which the advisory committee may easily fall.