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n.1.Office or duty of an advocate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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During the seminar, implementation of measures to enhance the role of advocateship in defence of legal rights and interests of citizens, professional training, increasing prestige and continuing education of attorneys have been discussed.
Often in our society, the pursuit of productive development and the very creative initiative are being interpreted exclusively from the prism of class Benthamism, as "bourgeoisies-ness," a drive for a lucre; and, to the opposite, the intelligentsia professionals, irrespectively of their high dependence on industry and on "capital" (advocateship, literature, technology) are usually estimated by a completely different measure as something superior, full of ideal, and dignified.
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