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TUTOR, civil law. A person who has been lawfully appointed to the care of the person and property of a minor.
     2. By the laws of Louisiana minors under the age of fourteen years, if males, and under the age of twelve years, if females, are both, as to their persons and their estates, placed under the authority of a tutor. Civ. Code, art. 263. Above that age, and until their, majority or emancipation, they are placed under the authority of a curator. Ibid.

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The sisters' mother Paula Allen, from Stainsby Grange Equestrian Centre, said both girls had had an excellent time in Spain and had learnt a lot under the tutorage of Stormanns.
As part of a tight group of junior cricketers, we were fortunate to be under the tutorage of Alan Cuttell, the club's experienced, dedicated and well respected second XI captain and junior coach.
The school also offers free study sessions and tutorage.
Trainees are given expert tutorage and a range of textbooks to pass their final exams.
It's thanks to Jimmy's tutorage to the writers the quality of the scripts were such that it enabled us to put together a stellar cast and deliver a first- class drama series.
It's thanks to Jimmy's tutorage to the writers that the quality of the scripts were such that it enabled us to put together a stellar cast and deliver a first-class drama series.
Many of her students had wanted to learn to draw and paint for years, and found they improve quickly under her tutorage.
Moreover, the Christian reference is reinforced on the Wanderer's side when he commences a tutorage, which not only sounds like a Christian homily or tutorage, but was proved by Roy F.