Origin of adviser
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Jeb next found himself as an advisor to Barclays, which had picked through the carcass of what was left of Lehman.Bush, Christie, Romney: Who’ll Be the GOP Class Warrior?
December 15, 2014
In Vietnam, Lewis was advisor to a Vietnamese infantry unit, whose nickname for him was “Captain of Many Kilos.”A West Point MVP Who Never Played a Down
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Akhtar attended the U.S. Army War College in 2008 where he won praise from his advisor, Edward J. Filiberti.Pakistan’s New Top Spy Once Suggested Peace With India
September 23, 2014
Yusuf Yerkel, an advisor to Erdogan, was caught on camera as he kicked a demonstrator in Soma.After 100s of Miners Die, Turkey’s Prime Minister Says “This Happens”
May 15, 2014
I introduced Hoddy as my confidential secretary and advisor.Lone Star Planet
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What right have I given her to be my advisor, because I go to her husband's church?Miss Mackenzie
The advisor, not much older than Isherwood, shrugged, defeated.
The advisor lifted two fingers to the bartender and shrugged.
The advisor missed it; he was too engrossed in his argument.
- a person who advises
- education a person responsible for advising students on academic matters, career guidance, etc
- British education a subject specialist who advises heads of schools on current teaching methods and facilities
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Word Origin and History for advisor
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