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one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

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Schoenfeld has a consultantship with Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.
Entering into a consultantship arrangement with an organization or individual having an economic interest in related research
Our research team disbanded at that point, and one of our members accepted a two-year consultantship with the mayor to establish the Comprehensive Community Response Initiative (CCRI).
In 1951, Williams suffered his first two strokes; in 1952 he was investigated by the FBI because of his association with Ezra Pound, and the Library of Congress consultantship in poetry, the unofficial laureate of the United States, was withdrawn from him.
Perhaps most to blame is the culture of liberal idealism, which automatically characterizes someone who goes into an urban planning consultantship as idealistic and classifies the person who decides to be a building contractor as comparatively base.
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