A few months ago, TDM began mulling doing special issues and brought in a consultant named Daniel Nardicio.
A national Democratic consultant familiar with the race took pains to point out what a big prize Walker would be for the left.
He is a consultant for Foodminds, which specializes “in food, beverage, nutrition, health and wellness.”
All of that makes Plouffe, with his background as a Democratic consultant, a very interesting choice.
She had traveled the world with her father, an Internet consultant, and her mother, an artist, as a child.
For instance, suppose the wife of a sailor to be the consultant.
Mr. Mead's function is to act as a consultant in these cases.
If flying away from the handle, the telegram is sent by the consultant.
The consultant would be engaged in a dispute concerning money.
He was their consultant; and he has been in a business of his own mostly connected with oil financing.
consultant con·sult·ant (kən-sŭl'tənt)
A physician or surgeon who does not take actual charge of a patient, but acts in an advisory capacity to the patient's primary physician.
Such a member of a hospital staff who may advise the attending physician or surgeon.