Definition: guardianship; training; function of a tutor; instruction
Definition: guardianship; training; function of a tutor; instruction
Sentences Containing 'tutelage'
Howell was educated at the University of Chicago, where he received his Ph.B., A.M. and Ph.D. degrees under the tutelage of Sherwood L. Washburn.
With the help of his tutelage, the Cowboys led the NFL in quarterback sacks (59) during the 2008 season.
Saladin's military career began under the tutelage of his uncle Asad al-Din Shirkuh, an important military commander under Nur ad-Din, Emir of Damascus and Aleppo, member of the Turkic Zengid dynasty and the most influential teacher of Saladin.
Darin Padua of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who earned his doctorate under Granata's tutelage at the University of Virginia, said that Granata particularly excelled at encouraging collaboration among experts in various fields, resulting in research that crossed many disciplines and areas of expertise.
He studied under the tutelage of Rabbi Shmelke of Nikolsburg, who eventually convinced R' Israel to go learn with the Magid of mezritch.
Beres Hammond eventually took Cure under his tutelage and began mentoring him and producing his music in the studio.
USC quarterback Rob Johnson earned numerous Pac-10 and NCAA records under Riley's tutelage and would later become a fourth-round NFL Draft pick.
Goldman worked under the tutelage of Serge Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Under Ericson’s tutelage Plavcan developed a lifelong appreciation for landscape painting, and in October 1926, he was accepted into the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
She received her BA from Radcliffe College in 1960 (magna cum laude) and her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1964, under the tutelage of Robert Sears and Eleanor Maccoby.
Funded by an initial half-a-million pesos, the university opened night classes to 101 students under the tutelage of 10 faculty members, and 16 support staffs, using four borrowed classrooms from state-funded Palawan National High School.
Mutis studied high school in Bogotá under the tutelage of the Colombian poet Eduardo Carranza.
Martirosyan has also worked with Ronnie Shields, winning his first fight under Shields's tutelage when he knocked out Dan Wallace in one round.
Not satisfied by worldly aspirations or his degrees in literature and law, Balakrishna Menon pursued spiritual studies for nine years in the Himalayas, under the guidance of Swami Sivananda (Divine Life Society) and the tutelage of Swami Tapovanam (Tapovan Maharaj).
Berlinghieri studied poetry under the tutelage of Cristoforo Landino. Career.
While at Russell's yard, he came under the tutelage of former British jump racing Champion Jockey, Peter Scudamore and the stable's number one jockey Peter Buchanan.
During his time at the monastery in Antioch, Diodore came under the tutelage of Meletius, a theologian opposed to the Arian tendencies of the era and a strong support of the Nicene factions of the church.
Musically, "Test For Echo" still retained much of the hard rock/alternative style already charted on the previous record with Lifeson and Lee's playing remaining more or less unchanged; however, a distinct modification in technique became apparent in Peart's playing from his jazz and swing training under the tutelage of jazz instructor Freddie Gruber during the interim between "Counterparts" and "Test For Echo".
Richard spent several years of his childhood at Middleham Castle in Wensleydale, Yorkshire, under the tutelage of his cousin Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (later known as the "Kingmaker" because of his role in the Wars of the Roses).
One of the youngest of the Ballet Nacional de Cuba's primeras ballerinas, Valdes made an auspicious debut as Kitri in Don Quixote at the age of 19, under the demanding tutelage of Alicia Alonso.
At the age of 18, he put himself under the tutelage of the painter Léon Cogniet.
It was soon discovered that the little boy was a child prodigy: he began taking piano lessons and writing short piano pieces under the tutelage of a local music teacher, Mr. Moseer, and already at the age of thirteen, the young virtuoso performed an all-Liszt piano recital. In July 1879, with the encouragement of his teacher – but against the wishes of his family – Stéphan Elmas left for Weimar, Germany, hoping to audition for Franz Liszt.
Under the tutelage of some influential figures working for the Liberal Party of Canada, most notably Clifford Sifton and Frank Oliver, Harkin was able to acquire an appointment to be the first commissioner of the Dominion Parks Branch in 1911.
Under her tutelage, the Press continues its commitment to publishing a broad range of voices.
As a teenager, Weil studied at the Lycée Henri IV under the tutelage of her admired teacher Émile Chartier, more commonly known as "Alain".
He worked under the tutelage of a cotton merchant in Glasgow and later tried to form his own cotton import-export company.
Besides teaching at a number of universities, in 1986 he was a visiting professor at Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology under the tutelage of E.O. Wilson, and currently teaches sociology at the University Of Wyoming.
In 1951 he moved to the United States to further pursue a study biophysics and physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM) at the Mayo Clinic, under the tutelage of Frank H. Krusen, MD.
He again exiled his brother Manso and Manso's son Guaimar, who had been ruling under Salernitan tutelage.
Bistodeau also studies classical violin under the tutelage of professor Sally O'Reilly of the University of Minnesota, and is a friend of conductor and musician Peter Ostroushko.
At the age of six, she also commenced formal piano lessons at the Palace, and progressed through to the Fellowship examination of the Trinity College of Music, London under the tutelage of Dr. Alfred Mistowski, Professor of Trinity College.
After attending Melbourne High School for two years, she began a modeling career after winning a local contest. She subsequently enrolled as a drama student at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York, under the tutelage of actor William Hickey.
The head of state of the Nationalist Government (國民政府) in this period (political tutelage, 訓政時期).
She is a former model who began her gambling career in 2005 under the tutelage of expert poker player Jim Worth.
The National Stud disengage gradually tutelage of their long history of private farming, the many reforms in the sector were finally conducted, since 2010, the creation of the Institut français du cheval et de l'équitation.
In 1931, Leo Schwabacher died, and was succeeded at the Schwabacher Hardware Company by his son—the Yale-educated Morton L. Schwabacher (December 12, 1902 – March 26, 1977)—after a two-year tutelage by Eckstein.
Curtin was originally trained by Jack Storm and Chris Gilbert at the K-Star Wrestling promotion, before eventually coming under the tutelage of "Charming" Don Charles at the SAS Wrestling Academy.
Under People Crew's tutelage, he participated in the release of the Korean hip-hop "Flex" album in 2001, becoming the youngest Korean rapper at just 13 years old.
Under Bucknor's tutelage, McLeod learned the basics of record production, soon having success with late 1960s releases such as "Young Love" by Lloyd Clarke.
In this role, which continued three days a week for 10 years, Hunter provided encouragement, tutelage and support to hundreds of journalists, some of whom went on to work at "The New York Times", "The Denver Post", "The Miami Herald" and in many other venues.
After studying photography for several years under the tutelage of famed Harper’s Bazaar art director Alexey Brodovitch, Adelman volunteered as a photographer for the Congress of Racial Equality in the early 1960s, a position that granted him access to Civil Rights Movement’s key leaders, including Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr. and James Baldwin.
Under Benedict's tutelage, Landes shifted her focus toward Native Americans - the more traditional anthropological subjects.
NCO, under Gaudette's tutelage, fought the extensive demolition of housing planned for the area because of urban renewal. After working with NCO, Gaudette, at the request of Father Egan and other clergy, turned his attention to South Austin in south Chicago.
Rebbe Elimelech was a prominent student of the Maggid of Mezeritch, and was brought under his tutelage by his illustrious brother the famous Tzadik and Rebbe Reb Meshulam Zushya of Anipoli.
In 1963, Hennig entered the AWA under the tutelage of Verne Gagne.
He studied at R.T. Coles High School under the tutelage of Leo H. Davis, a well respected music instructor reported to have taught Charlie Parker.
He did his internship and surgical residency at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx and his neurosurgical residency at New York University-Bellevue Medical Center, while serving in the Army reserves, under the tutelage of Joseph Ransohoff.
In 1942-1943, while remaining at Beaux-Arts, he also came under the tutelage of the Cubist artist André Lhote, with whom he became friends, and soon after his assistant.
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stately - formal; ceremonious; grand in style or size; majestic
reprehensible - deserving blame; blameworthy; V. reprehend: blame
precipitate - hurl downward; throw headlong; hasten; cause to happen sooner; condense and fall as rain or snow; cause (a solid substance) to be separated from a solution; ADJ. hasty; rash; premature; sudden
recalcitrant - disobedient or resisting authority even after being punished; obstinately stubborn; determined to resist authority; unruly; Ex. recalcitrant child
sibylline - prophetic; oracular; N. sibyl: woman prophet (in the ancient world)
vicarious - experienced as if one were taking part in the experience of another; done by a deputy for other people; acting as a substitute; Ex. vicarious thrill at the movies; Ex. the vicarious sufferings of Christ
obscure - dark; vague; unclear; not well known; Ex. obscure meaning/village; V: darken; cover; make unclear; Ex. obscure the moon/meaning
undermine - weaken gradually; sap; dig a mine beneath
barefaced - shameless and noticeable; blatant; bold; unconcealed; having no covering on the face; Ex. barefaced lie