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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mentor.
  • adj. Under the control of a mentor


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  • Fellows will gain mentored experience in the design and evaluation of intervention programs for parents and youth, assessment methods, effective health communication and outreach, program evaluation, grant writing and publication.

    Postdoctoral Program

  • Fellows will gain mentored experience in designing and conducting clinical research with children and parents, measure development, grant writing an publication.

    Postdoctoral Program

  • A coach’ll bring out the best in you, and help you unlock your own answers, but I also love learning from folk who know much more than me and do them better; being mentored is a different dynamic.

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  • The Diez Group is part of General Motors Corp. 's so-called mentored suppliers, a select group of minority companies that are viewed as preferred suppliers, said Gary Gonzalez, president of Madison Heights, Mich. -based Gonzalez Design Group.

    Catholic Online > Daily Readings

  • Or, he was "mentored" by Scam Adams as to how to stay in the spotlight for as long as possible, no matter how or why.

    Keepin' it weird (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The nighttime raid on Mr. Saleh's home, one of several carried out by the Major Crimes Task Force in recent weeks, which is "mentored" by U.S. and British law-enforcement officers, infuriated Mr. Karzai, Afghan officials say.

    Anticorruption drive rankles Karzai

  • We've all watched a clique of former Goldmanites engineer the subsequent banking bailout -- Hank Paulson, Neel Kashkari, Tim Geithner (who never actually worked at Goldman but was "mentored" by someone who did).

    Yvette Kantrow: A Conspiracy So Vast

  • Should I feel bad that I don't think I was ever "mentored"?

    Women and mentorship, sigh...

  • Hey, beginners, if you want to be "mentored" and coached on a blog post, here is your chance.

    Is Science, Math, and Technology truly for All?

  • I think that unless he rapes someone he won't even be shadowed - we are so under staffed for doctors that the college won't strike someone off - a guy who had several sexual charges was "mentored" for several months though - I actually thought, "Hey, he might be looking for patients!"

    System down: escaped the country


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