(n.) The act of guarding or protecting; guardianship; protection; as, the king's right of seigniory and tutelage.
(n.) The state of being under a guardian; care or protection enjoyed.
(1) As Jeremy Shapiro, a former state department official, told the New York Times, London tends to think “our expert tutelage will socialise him and it’ll be OK”.
(2) However, speaking to the Oregonian newspaper , Salazar insisted Farah was still under his tutelage as he prepares to return to the track at the Monaco Diamond League meeting next month.
(3) The debutant Danny Rose and the unused substitute Kyle Walker made up the contingent who are so thriving under Pochettino’s stewardship at White Hart Lane, although 11 of England’s last 19 debutants have actually come under the Argentinian’s tutelage at some stage.
(4) We know, don't we, instantly when under the tutelage of a good teacher, we feel it in the timbre of their voice, we can feel the subtle, invisible flow of their good intention.
(5) Under US and European tutelage, the young state is run on free-market open-economy lines that have arguably benefited a small minority in Pristina and foreign companies, at the expense of ordinary people.
(6) was the first dermatologic surgeon to undergo the "lipsuction experience" (Paris, 1977) under the tutelage of Giorgio and Arpad Fisher and Pierre Fournier, and another (R.S.N.)
(7) To get a fuller appreciation of Jeong's talent head to Community, the NBC sitcom in which he plays Ben Chang, a fortysomething college lecturer eternally trying to win the friendship of the adult misfits under his tutelage.
(8) The author attempts to show that the designation "Mister" is neither an affectation nor a denigration but a natural consequence of the history of British barbery, barber-surgery and ultimately surgery, resulting from the advice and tutelage of King Henry VIII and Parliament.
(9) By tea-time, though, Sunderland’s limitations had been thoroughly exposed by the pace, movement and sheer workrate of a Palace side apparently reborn under Pardew’s tutelage.
(10) Meanwhile, Salazar has insisted Farah is still under his tutelage despite moving to France to train.
(11) Lebanon, which has been under the tutelage of Syria for much of the past 35 years, has seen an increase in sectarian tension in the past week, which is being directly linked to the crisis shaking its larger neighbour.
(12) But this US and western habit of playing with jihadi groups, which then come back to bite them, goes back at least to the 1980s war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, which fostered the original al-Qaida under CIA tutelage.
(13) The strategy adopted by the Kremlin, under the tutelage of the IMF and the US treasury, involved a headlong dash towards privatisation and liberalisation that became known as "shock therapy".
(14) Headteachers may require special payments to accept students, and teachers may charge for private tutelage.
(15) The consequences and mode of implementation of placing the patient under protection of the Court, under simple or extended guardianship and under tutelage are described.
(16) Iger could end up playing the role of the Sorcerer's Apprentice, serving under the tutelage of Jobs, the 21st-century conjuror who transforms every industry he touches.
(17) Thus one of the most chilling tales about Kim is also largely unsubstantiated: how the young dictator, having inherited power and determined to be his own man, deliberately set about eliminating the senior apparatchiks who had grown rich and powerful under the tutelage of his late father, Kim Jong-il .
(18) He recounted how his father had studied sociology in prison under the tutelage of Professor Laurie Taylor and the late Stan Cohen and had become a different person.
(19) The stand-your-ground laws – dubbed “shoot first” by detractors – were rapidly spread around the US under Alec’s active tutelage.
(20) At the hospital site, Scholl College students rotate through clinical externships in areas such as internal medicine, emergency medicine, and podiatric elective; podiatric and general medical residents assist in the tutelage of the students.
(a.) Of or pertaining to a tutor; belonging to, or exercised by, a tutor.
(1) Students are assigned to tutorial groups, and much of the educational thrust of the program is built upon interactions within these groups.
(2) Additionally, the system contains a reference index for all material in the tutorial, a scored clinical problems section, and a several hundred word glossary.
(3) In this tutorial, we discuss the advantages and limitations of the ROC curve for clinical decision making in laboratory medicine.
(4) A validation study of the simulated tutorial, comparing individual's scores with evaluations of performance in tutorial groups in the undergraduate M.D.
(5) One group of residents received the tutorial; one, the prompt; and one, both.
(6) Lessons scored well in relation to private reading and lectures but less well in comparison with practical work and tutorials.
(7) Two-fifths of British women are viewing online beauty tutorials, an industry that attracts 700m hits a month.
(8) Studies were aimed at assessing somatic development of children and youth deprived of familial homes and brought up a State Child Tutorial Homes (SCTH) in the Katowice voivodeship.
(9) Formative evaluation is ongoing within tutorial groups.
(10) There are also tons of repair tutorials available on YouTube .
(11) PathPics is an image review and tutorial program developed at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine as an adjunct to the preclinical Pathology and Histology curriculum.
(12) Results indicated that therapy was successful when the client was responsible for therapy activities, when therapy combined tutorial as well as experimential sessions, and when each session focused on the development of cognitive, linguistic, and interpersonal domains.
(13) A comparison of computer-assisted learning and small tutorial group teaching was carried out in the instruction of final year medical students in anaesthesia.
(14) This article describes the way in which consultation sessions between a tutorial class teacher and a psychiatrist were set up, and the themes that arose during the first term.
(15) The investigator placed 23 categories into three classifications as perceived by teachers: anticipatory, tutorial, and punitive.
(16) That reduces the chances that we will say something wrong or unbalanced.” Johnson studied PPE at Oxford University between 1985 and 1988, when his tutorial partner at Keble College was Balls.
(17) In addition to the POT training group tutorials in special psychotherapy methods and single supervision sessions are offered.
(18) Both groups of students scored significantly better on the second test (computer group, 66% [95% confidence interval, 64-69] to 81% [79-83] and tutorial group, 66% [63-67] to 74% [73-77]).
(19) The methods are described tutorially, compared, and discussed in the context of more sophisticated and more naive approaches to this common data-analytic problem.
(20) The courseware contains a comprehensive learning system including tutorial, simulation, and problem solving components.