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TUTELAGE. State of guardianship; the condition of one who is subject to the control of a guardian.

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Ysgol Bontnewydd claimed the prize for the 'band of the day' in the beginners bands section under the tutelage of conductor Dylan Williams.
It was my first time doing a play but, terrified as I was, his encouragement, tutelage and humour made it a joy.
He later took training in vocal music under the tutelage of Ganapraveen Guru Sri Rajaram.
It is impossible for any of us to accept tutelage over Lebanon again, whether an external tutelage or an internal tutelage of the weapons for the benefit of external [powers]," Hariri said.
Most of the novel focuses on Samuel and his ambition to become a jockey under the tutelage of his father.
Washington had envisaged an election only after a constitution had been written by a body appointed by, and under the tutelage of the U.
Firing his campaign manager Christopher Alvin and replacing him with Lewis is the first of McLendon's betrayals, as his political fortunes rise with the help and tutelage of these five remorseless individuals.
However, Smith ignores the fact that relevant experimental findings consistently corroborate DISEC reading tutelage.
Teller reveals his relationships with some of the most influential scientists of the past century, including Werner Heisenberg--under whose tutelage Teller received his Ph.
Legend has it that Cimabue, the great master of the late 13th century, found Giotto herding sheep in the Italian countryside, noticed that the youth was drawing one of the sheep on a rock, and took him under his tutelage.
Under the tutelage of Brian Graden, president of programming at MTV, the now-20-year-old music television network kicked off the current "Fight for Your Rights: Take a Stand Against Discrimination" campaign with a powerful original movie about Matthew Shepard titled Anatomy of a Hate Crime.
Equally as groundbreaking as Odom, Johnson was one of the few scholars of the period to see artistic and cultural worth in the music of the black laboring class (excepting John and Alan Lomax's staggering work for the Library of Congress and other all-too-rare efforts like Zora Neale Hurston's early ethnographic work under the tutelage of anthropological godfather Franz Boas).