tutelage


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tutelage

instruction or guidance, esp by a tutor
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'That started under my tutelage from planning, to project finance and then to design and construction,' he said.
Under the tutelage of a young but well-accomplished coach, St.
Due to political and spiritual direction, I am now under the tutelage of a former governor of the state, Senator Rashidi Ladoja.
LEICESTERSHIRE Police stopped 10 motorists in Loughborough as part of the enforcement of Operation Tutelage - a campaign to tackle uninsured drivers.
Roads Policing Unit (RPU) officers in Cleveland seized the car during Operation Tutelage yesterday morning.
The team is currently under the tutelage of former Sofapaka coach David Ouma, who took over from Richard Kanyi a fortnight ago in a shock move by the federation.
The Bekaa is not for the followers of the tutelage era and the era of intelligence services in Anjar.
EU Minister Omer Celik said, "We do not want coalition, military tutelage, judicial guardianship, broken faults in the system in the future of Turkey," he said in his speech to the Presidential government system.
However, Perez signed a new deal with United last month until 2021, and Balague believes the 22-year-old will thrive under Benitez's tutelage.
It is reflective of discussions in music schools and other professional circles that graduates need tutelage in skills beyond those acquired in musical training.
In the 1990s, the judiciary was controlled by what we referred to as the "deep state" or "military tutelage." This "entity" would become visible in the form of the secretary-general of the National Security Council (MGK) and his team and never paid any respect to the political or legal review, yet it was the final decision authority.
The former Spice Girl, 41, has previously been under the tutelage of muscly Madge's celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, whose other clients include Gwyneth Paltrow and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.