advisership

advisership

(ədˈvaɪzəʃɪp)
n
formal the office or post of an adviser
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In these last years, Fasseur gradually concluded his tasks, among these his advisership with the Royal Academy of Sciences (knaw), where he fruitlessly tried to prevent 'the robbery at clear daylight' by knaw of kitlv's independence.
Adleman most recently served as the principal and founder of Fords Barron Advisership, a corporate consultancy focused on senior leadership challenges within the power quality and energy industries.
Adleman, the principal and founder of corporate consultancy Fords Barron Advisership most recently, has held many customer oriented executive leadership position such as VP of Sales and Service at Ingersoll-Rand Energy Systems; VP of Americas Sales at Powerware; and senior VP of Sales and Implementation Services at Misys Healthcare.
A strong Japanese delegation provided details of new developments of both voluntary guardianship and a supervision and advisership system as ways of both assisting appropriate decision making and preventing financial or other abuse.
1947: "The Educational Advisership in East Africa", International Review of Missions 36/143, pp.