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Synonyms for advocate

to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

Synonyms for advocate

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"You have the documents, gentlemen," added the king's advocate, as he took his seat; "you can consult the testimony of Phoebus de Châteaupers."
"Well!" said the king's advocate roughly, "he is dying.
He did this, he said, because he thought it was not quite dignified for a grave advocate and Sheriff of the county to write novels.
A national survey of independent living donor advocates: The need for practice guidelines.
Volunteer advocates for TPAPN provide encouragement and support to participating nurses that are working hard to recover.
Judge advocates serve in the position of Staff Judge Advocate on the special and personal staff of general officers in command who are general court-martial convening authorities (the authority to convene a general court-martial).
In my personal experience alone, I can count a dozen individuals with widely differing knowledge and expertise--all of whom have all acted as advocates for our son: the speech therapist who has helped us draft IEP goals; the child psychologist who helps us choose our battles with the school; the behavioral therapist who attends IEP meetings with us; the mom I met at the playground last year who has helped me understand the politics of our school district.
Commander, Navy Region Southwest Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) acknowledged the efforts of the region's Sexual Assault Victim Intervention (SAVI) victim advocates during a recent luncheon and ceremony.
Because advocates are part of the IRS, they know the tax system and how to navigate it.
But advocates say the provisions regarding gender and gender identity are necessary and will not deter the bill's progress.
advocates, by contrast, come across as adept communicators.
The impetus for creation of the centers came from appeals from advocates, who urged the NIH to support a more comprehensive approach to research on the environmental causes of breast cancer.
As advocates, many of us found ourselves in adversarial relationships with federal funders and policymakers.
Moreover, existing information on Latina sexual and reproductive health has not been adequately analyzed or assembled in a way that is accessible to health professionals, policymakers and advocates. Too often, research projects solicit assistance from community-based organizations in translating materials or fielding interviews, only to later alienate them by shaping outreach messages and disseminating findings without community input.
The importance of a role shift that includes school counselors becoming advocates and strategies to empower school counselors will be discussed.
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