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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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A van is towed away as part of Operation Tutelage in Loughborough.
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.
The inn's mission is to promote professionalism, provide tutelage and mentoring among its members, while playing an active part in North Florida's legal community.
Two freshmen form a bond based on their interest in magic, two boys spend a summer being trained in the art under the tutelage of a weird magician uncle, and in an alternate world forces intensify their powers.
The British School of Bahrain student started learning Carnatic music at Bahrain Kalabhavan Art Centre in 2007 under the tutelage of Prajod Krishnan.
After learning his craft under the tutelage of Ernie Wiley and former champion trainer Kenny Linzell, Clemenson became a fully-fledged handler in 1989.
On 30 January, moments before the start of the informal European Council in Brussels, Chancellor Angela Merkel did her best to quell the controversy caused by a German proposal that would consist in putting Greece under budgetary tutelage. Merkel reiterated that the main concern was helping the country fulfil its reform obligations.
Caretaker PM Saad Hariri says the Lebanese will have to choose between the state and the tutelage of weapons, warning that the continued supremacy of Hizbullah's arms over political life would lead Lebanon to sectarian strife.
Despite their training camp consisting of four nets and some balls, the team never deviate from their belief they can put their squad on the map under the tutelage of coach Taj.