give advice

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It has been so many years my province to give advice, that you cannot be surprized, Mr.
Everyone's world is full of friends, relatives, and others, who will give advice on any subject that may be presented to them; but there are crises in life which cannot be left to the amateur.
Khaled Ahmed Zakaria, senior section head at the civil prosecution, said, "As much as 98 per cent of those cases were settled within the definite term set by the courts", even though civil prosecutors had to process and give advice in 95 per cent of these cases as per the strategic vision and performance indices.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A team of researchers developed a method to allow a computer to give advice and teach skills to another computer in a way that mimics how a real teacher and student might interact.
Key changes to the mortgage market will include a distinction between mortgages sold on an "advised" and on an "execution-only" basis, with most future sales and variations being advised, requiring staff to be trained and qualified to the required standard to give advice.
Is someone with such a shocking record really the right person to give advice to firms with money problems?
7 ( ANI ): Australian cricketer Brad Haddin has said that he was willing to share tips and give advice to any cricketer to help them better their skills, even if it was a player who might be threatening his place in the national side.
Nurses are in an ideal position to give advice on healthy lifestyles to the public because nurses carry out public health work in a whole range of settings.
It's very easy to give advice when it's not your kids.
And creative writing expert Helen Limon will also be on hand to give advice to budding writers.
The course is also designed to give advice on navigating new traffic systems, the meaning of new road markings, and tips on how to deal with the speed and acceleration of modern cars.
The aim was to train them to give advice on subjects like drugs and alcohol to other young people.