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I begin my tutelage by warning, therefore arming you, against the world and those who constitute it.
Hindostan would furnish another highly suggestive example of the educational effects of "tutelage" on a race.
Written when Liszt was fresh from the tutelage of Carl Czerny, they show decided traces of his schooling.
"Tutelage, what do you mean," said I, but just at that moment everyone got up to go away.
Sir George Mackenzie relates a story of his tutelage, which shows Buchanan's humour, and the veneration of others for royalty.
Mr. Knapp's fists and boots completed his tutelage, and he was carried to his bunk with another lesson learned.
During all that time she had seldom been out of his sight, never out of his influence and tutelage.
The tutelage of the Federal government was thus to be reduced to lowest terms.
At the same time, however, it throws off all the influences acquired under its tutelage.
We did not reduce Mexico into a condition of "tutelage," or establish over it a "protectorate" of our own.
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