tutelage


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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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The judiciary has always been considered a castle that needs to be taken over by ideological and political groups, and those groups have always wanted to impose their own tutelage system onto the judiciary.
However, it should also be admitted that the struggle of the Turkish democracy against the military tutelage and coups has moved to another stage with the recent release of Ergenekon convicts.
It is not an armed tutelage which is calling the shots during the recent prep schools debate or the graft investigation.
Politicians and society in new Turkey could not continue to use the forms of relations that are now artifacts of the tutelage regime.
The columnist thinks the secret document signed by government officials was not put into effect since the AK Party has overthrown the military tutelage.
Miles is the latest in a line of quarterbacks under COC offensive coordinator Dean Herrington's tutelage to receive a college scholarship.
Corporate executives, collegiate and professional athletes and families on vacation also join the junior sporting elite onsite for intensive tutelage on the technical, tactical, physical, mental and nutritional aspects of sports training.
Bold prosecutors like Zekeriya Euz and the support the government lent them were historic achievements, as military tutelage was suppressed to a great extent.
Students from local schools and the Santa Clarita Valley Boys & Girls Club have been able to study photography, visual arts, dance and music under the tutelage of masters in their crafts.
I am very grateful for the many years of tutelage under Ralph Wanger and Chuck McQuaid, and extend my appreciation and respect to the entire Columbia Management organization.
While the military-bureaucratic tutelage regime established in Turkey in 1950 focused on secularizing society through state monopoly and control of Islam, the authoritarian regime established in Egypt in 1952 through the ulema exploited Islam to sustain itself.
Jones began skating when he was 5 years old under the tutelage of his mother, Christy Ito, a World Championship figure skating hopeful who placed ninth in Nationals in 1969 before skating professionally most of the next decade.