from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Empowered to advise.
- adjective Relating to or containing advice, especially a warning.
- noun A report giving information, especially a warning.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to or giving advice; having power to advise: as, their opinion is only advisory; an advisory council.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having power to advise; containing advice
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- adjective Able to give
- adjective Containing advice; advising.
- noun A
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- adjective giving advice
- noun an announcement that usually advises or warns the public of some threat
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I seriously include attendance to a festival as part of your professional development as it has the opportunity for: individuals to upskill or take on new information the industry to promote quality practice and encouragement of open discussion within advisory or focus groups. promotion of both professional and social networks individuals to test out or experience new technologies. individuals to seek out mentors in a relaxed environment.
The advisory from the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights, to be made public Tuesday, does not break new legal ground, officials said.
The latest advisory from the U.S. National Hurricane Center said Tomas is about 150 kilometers off the coast of Curaçao, with maximum sustained winds of 75 kilometers per hour.
This warning comes via a second advisory from the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.
Still, the advisory is likely to touch off debates about whether bringing the baby would amount to bad parenting.
However tourism officials are worried that the rare travel advisory from the State Department will deter would-be American travelers from crossing the Atlantic.
Readers advisory is more than making sure the title and author are correct and finding the book asked for.
The advisory paints such a grim scenario that you might think the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, which issued the advisory, is trying to discourage people from coming.
This advisory is just for the 240,000 people who have tickets to the swearing-in ceremony, but many of the same precautions apply to those without tickets who are going to the Mall, where more than a million people are expected, or along the parade route, where hundreds of thousands of early birds will gather.