- n. Plural form of adviser.
“The New York Times, which according to McCain advisers is 150 percent "in the tank" for Barack Obama, reports today on its front page about the proliferating distortions that Obama has deployed in his advertising.”
“The problem, as I see it, with advisers, is no accountability and that they are not advising from the standpoint of the salus populi but as if the president, past and present, are their clients, which make them yes men.”
“Including Summers as one of his top economic advisers is another proof that Obama had some very frightening friends in Chicago indeed: the U of C free-market fanatic hacks.”
“This ludicrous statement, made by one of Obama's most senior advisers, is blankly received by Woodward, whose response is: "It sounded like a good case".”
“Woodside rose 0.9% after The Australian Financial Review reported that the company was working with long-term advisers, Credit Suisse and Grant Samuel, to consider a potential deal with BHP Billiton.”
“Dubois heads the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, which has dozens of advisers from a wide spectrum of denominations.”
“Some are even defunct, but may still show up in advisers 'marketing materials.”
“He will inherit a White House in flux, as the first wave of senior advisers is leaving.”
“If that's so, there are two people she has to thank for that, and they're both Sarah Palin advisers: Randy Scheunemann and Michael Goldfarb.”
“The first dude fired off an email the next morning to Miller and Palin advisers Tim Crawford and Thomas Van Flein.”
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