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to impart knowledge and skill to

to give orders to

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'I wrote my comptroller in the US, by directive of the president through the Finance Minister, you are hereby instructed to instruct our agents to transfer this money for the purchase of the two...
Som Soeun, chief of the technical group of the CPP website, said he had instructed people to like Prime Minister Hun Sen's page, but denied Rainsy's allegation he had told them to create fake accounts to bolster the premier's following.
I instruct you to move fast on errant traders who fail to give the recent budgetary benefits to Lankan consumers.
Judge Rhys Rowlands adjourned the preliminary hearing until this morning to allow the prosecution to instruct a new barrister.
Judge Rhys Rowlands adjourned the preliminary hearing until today to allow the prosecution to instruct a new barrister.
The Bar Council has approved an application by EC UK that will enable all Chartered Engineers to instruct barristers directly for advice on matters falling within their engineering discipline.
* Instruct appropriate officials to ensure that the communications effort includes state and local adoption officials, and clarifies acceptable documentation for the certification of special needs adoptees.
Compounding this issue is the need to instruct students with learning disabilities.
Rick Perry, the House also agreed to instruct the conferees to go with the Senate's plan to zero out the Emerging Technology Fund and instead dedicate that money to education, nursing homes or other priorities.
I do not want to enter into a battle and I am afraid that if I instruct solicitors we will have difficulties remaining on good terms.
I am a certified instructor, the lead instructor and tactical team leader for my law enforcement agency, and I instruct classes for citizens as well.
Should the state representative from the district be instructed to support legislation establishing health care as a human right regardless of age, state of health or employment status by creating a publicly provided single-payer health insurance system in Massachusetts, and instruct the representative to oppose any laws penalizing the uninsured for failing to obtain health insurance?
The patient appealed, contending that the trial court erred in refusing to instruct the jury regarding the doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur (RIL), as well as the doctrine regarding the non-delegable duty of a surgeon, and the "captain of the ship" doctrine.
"In many cases," said Guidone, "we are able to instruct the building staff on how to keep the boilers fine-tuned, and also can assist them in analyzing their entire systems, from the boiler to steam traps to vacuum pumps.