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Synonyms for chaperone

one who accompanies and supervises a young woman or gatherings of young people

accompany as a chaperone


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Unlike most direct lighting garage fixtures that impose an unattractive glare, Chaperone uses indirect light technology to reduce glare, improve performance and quality of light.
He also took advantage of the chaperone policy by carrying out criminal intimate examinations on patients behind the curtain with their family member in the room but on the other side of the curtain.
PARENTS are claiming victory after a council "U-turn" which now allows them to chaperone children on a school bus.
In addition, she served as a general chaperone during the day and a hotel chaperone in the evening.
A California Highway Patrol (CHP) spokeswoman confirmed early on Friday that the 10th death was a chaperone on the tour bus.
The human chaperone harbours a "pocket" that binds molecules known to inhibit its activity.
A second chaperone, Rabbi Joseph Beyda, said that none of the students were too unruly.
Giedroc and his coworkers describe the structure and function of the protein Cup A as a chaperone that buffers copper to very low concentration--in turn protecting S.
com)-- North Carolina Theatre (NCT), now celebrating their 30th Anniversary Season as the region's premier producer of professional Broadway musicals, is thrilled to announce that Clay Aiken will star in their upcoming production of The Drowsy Chaperone running May 7th through May 12th for eight performances in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts (formerly Progress Energy Center).
8) reveals that a majority of practitioners wisely opt for the presence of a chaperone when undertaking intimate examinations.
A molecular chaperone briefly accompanies its substrate protein and makes sure that the substrate makes no inappropriate inter- and intramolecular interactions," writes Witt (biochemistry and molecular biology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center) in his introduction.
But he admits that during the alleged incident in 2008 after a chaperone left the examination room he tried to help the patient pull up her trousers and tapped her on the back.
So they've had to recruit a chaperone to stop her touching alcohol.
For further information or to volunteer as a chaperone please call Optimist Marc at 442-7964 or Optimist Tom at 442-2140.
The present methods are based upon the surprising discovery that expression or activation of an ER resident chaperone protein in a cell inhibits the generation of thrombin on the surface of the cell.