adviser


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Well, you go over there," said his adviser, "and be ready to rescue her from the rescue.
Whatever her troubles might be, her medical adviser was not made acquainted with them.
The gray man was no other than Lady Lydiard's legal adviser, Mr.
The next day, the friend and legal adviser of Agnes Lockwood, Mr.
The senior partner--the tried friend and adviser of our family--received me.
For thirty years she had lived on, fading slowly, but cheerful, busy, and full of interest in all that went on in the family; especially the joys and sorrows of the young girls growing up about her, and to them she was adviser, confidante, and friend in all their tender trials and delights.
There, as it should be, the druggist is a counsellor, a confessor, an adviser, an able and willing missionary and mentor whose learning is respected, whose occult wisdom is venerated and whose medicine is often poured, untasted, into the gutter.
She was so good as to add, that I was her trusted adviser, as well as her old servant, and that in anything which related to the household I was the person whom it might be most profitable to consult.
I went to him and represented my case very plainly, and asked if he would trouble himself to be my adviser, who was a poor friendless widow, and knew not what to do.
Shortly after their first meeting, he had been observed to wander, in a state of great perplexity, to the kitchen, and to direct his gaze towards the fire, as if in search of his usual adviser in all matters of doubt and difficulty.
If you want to cram for anything, I should be troubled to recommend you to a better adviser than Loo Bounderby.
Mr Pancks brought his friend and professional adviser, Mr Rugg, back with him.