councilor[ koun-suh-ler, -sler ]SEE DEFINITION OF councilor
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"They are no more than yours," sharply interrupted the councilor.
And the councilor who presents your cause must be a member of your clan, of course.
If things went wrong, a councilor could get his neck on a block for sure.
"No one objects," said Faslar, the ex-king's Prime Minister and councilor.
To a councilor belonging to the parliament, sire, whose name is Vanel.
He himself was a councilor at the prefecture; then he added a few apologies.
But at this moment the voice of the councilor rose to an extraordinary pitch.
At this moment the councilor's carriage came out from the inn.
Leonard he made Governor and Lieutenant-general, and appointed him councilor.
The emperor now conferred on him the title of sangi (councilor of state).