37) In those instances, the president may pick a different consigliore
He was the consigliore
of the iconic tycoon I had worked for, a former New Yorker and one of the few from my old days that I remained relatively close to.
The Bihar fiasco, the BJP veterans' revolt, his consigliore
Amit Shah's future.
my heroic co-parent, my ex-partner in love but righteous soul sister in life, my confessor, ski buddy, consigliore
, most beloved BFF of 20 years .
Perhaps the most obvious example in popular culture is Tom Hagen (Robert Duvall), serving as consigliore
or, in Hagen's case, as in-house counsel, to the Corleone organized crime family in The Godfather.
Judson's function as a kind of consigliore
for conductors highlights an interesting dynamic between musicians and management that continues to resonate today.
One faction allied with Muhammad Younis al-Ahmed, a Saddam family consigliore
with close ties to Syrian intelligence and with the al-Awda insurgent movement.
As the passage implies, Marie Louise acted as not only a consigliore
but also a conduit for sensitive information both financial and military.
In this consigliore
role, they have been coaches, confidents and counselors to business leaders.
The response to that invitation will, no doubt, be deafening from Labour's prospective First Ministers - tempted though Huw Lewis and Carwyn Jones' consigliore
Leighton Andrews might be to shower me with a bucket of metaphorical spit.
In the early 1970s, Francis Coppola cast Duvall as Corleone family consigliore
Tom Hagen in the first two "Godfather" pics, which earned actor Oscars for Brando and Robert De Niro, respectively.
Then Addington crosses Cheney and his consigliore
Scooter Libby by giving "statements contradicting Libby's claims about how and when he learned the identity of Valerie Plame.