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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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2014) Structural basis of pharmacological chaperoning for human [beta]-galactosidase.
Beando also would have instructed the teacher chaperoning the trip to keep all the students and chaperones together, and not leave one behind.
A Kirklees spokeswoman said: "Since the Children's and Young Persons Act came into force in 1963 all adults chaperoning children's performances have to have council approval.
A spokesman for Bebington and West Wirral Primary Care Trust, one of the biggest on Merseyside, said: ``It has been good practice for GPs to adhere to a chaperoning policy for many years.
The new work indicates that as tumor cells progressively overexpress and accumulate mutant signaling proteins, Hsp90 becomes engaged in active chaperoning and stabilization of these oncoproteins.