tutelage


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tutelage

instruction or guidance, esp by a tutor
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The top judge said on April 25 that the judiciary in Turkey is under a new form of tutelage and accused the government of being behind the tutelage.
Freedom would not have been achieved without the withdrawal of the Syrian Army and the fall of tutelage, and national unity will not be strengthened without finding a solution for the illegal arms," he told demonstrators in Martyrs Square.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Constitutional Court President HaE-im Kylyc delivered a strongly worded speech last week in which he said that the judiciary in Turkey is under a new form of tutelage and accused the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government of being behind the tutelage.
Bruce said a minor adjustment in his swing he made under the tutelage of JetHawks hitting coach Damon Mashore, in which Bruce is starting his swing with his bat further back, has made a major difference, allowing him to drive his bat through the strike zone quicker and recognize pitches better.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- In what is seen as a significant challenge to the government, Constitutional Court President HaE-im Kylyc has said the judiciary in Turkey is under a "new form of tutelage," implying that the government is behind the tutelage.
Kerbs attributes his success pitching to left-handed hitters to a slider he developed in spring training under the tutelage of pitching coach Jeff Pico that tails away from them.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- After going through various types of tutelages in its history, a new tutelage has emerged in Turkey and no one should avoid themselves from this development, Constitutional Court President HaE-im Kylyc said on Friday.
Jefferson transferred to Canyon from Santa Clarita Christian to work under Welch's tutelage.