- n. One who offers advice.
- n. an expert who gives advice
“For McClellan to say that Scooter Libby, who was the VP's Chief of Staff, very seldom met with Rove, the President's main advisor, is by itself a very naive commentary.”
“As things are wont to do when my advisor is around, the past couple of days have been a whirlwind.”
“My advisor is still very supportive of the Non Goldens so it's not like I fell off a cliff.”
“My advisor is perfectly helpful, but spends waaaaaayyyyyyy more time with another person.”
“No matter where you are on your educational journey, having a mentor and advisor is key.”
“Large majorities of advised investors say that over the past 18 months, my advisor always acted with my best interests at heart and the value I have received from my advisor is more than worth the cost.”
“I especially like Tables 7& 8 where Douglas shows how to factor Estate Taxes into the Cost of Capital 30 years before death (something every good financial advisor is sure to do).”
“Hmmm. Just another example of what happens when a GOP political advisor is assigned to run a television network and hillbillies subscribe to satellite television to get better reception ...”
“Unfortunately, my technical advisor is skeptical that it would work here.”
“Note the employers of these economists — Banks except for McCain advisor Mark Zandi.”
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