Indeed, the 75-year-old Tennessean, creator of the consulting juggernaut Bain & Co.
But consulting this book is a brilliant way for anyone to adopt expert cooking techniques easily.
Or tell the candidate to dress anything up as a consulting payment -- itself a fraud -- and look the other way?
Over a period of months, and after consulting with lawyers, Wyden settled on his question.
Obama himself began burning up the phone lines, consulting with FEMA, the Red Cross, and, of course, local officials.
But why, instead of consulting us, do you not consult our friend Socrates about the education of the youths?
Sydney and Margaret were in the garden, consulting about its restoration.
At last when he was becoming fidgety and consulting his watch at intervals of not longer than three minutes, the girl appeared.
He had come to be more than consulting physician at the dispensary.
The manner of consulting her is fully described by the Latin poet Virgil in the sixth book of the Æneid.
1520s, from Middle French consulter (16c.), from Latin consultare "consult, take the advice of," frequentative of consulere "to take counsel, meet and consider" (see consultation). Related: Consulted; consulting.