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Advice

A proposal for an appropriate course of action; counsel; guidance; opinion; recommendation.
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The AAA mission, as described in its April 2010 charter, is "to provide a rigorous, relevant, and flexible continuum of education and training to Airmen so they are capable of applying their aviation expertise to assess, train/educate, advise, assist, and equip partner nations in the development and application of their aviation resources to meet their national needs in support of all security cooperation activities.
Before Rachel's Box and ADVISE, many domestic abuse victims would only have the phonebook for a resource," Oliver said.
Since managing investments is often not a small-business owner's forte, it is their fiduciary responsibility to delegate that action to a third-party service provider "who can do the research and advise the sponsor on all the sectors of the market in determining what would be an appropriate asset allocation, and which managers should be selected," says Framson.
Consider which data you are going to load, what its structure is like, what the structure of the CRM system is, how the two compare, and what kinds of adjustments will need to be made, advises Dravis.
Advise your client or employer to take a look at any customer or supplier that accounts for more than 10% of its total business and analyze its options.
In addition, they serve as principal assistants to the directors, Foreign Procurement Department, and Foreign Assistance and Cooperation Department in their management and administration of Saudi Arabian foreign military sales (FMS) cases as well as advise the faculty of the Saudi Armed Forces Staff College.
You need to be prepared to advise anyone at the company," Lucier says.
T passed these letters on to L, who continued to advise T that the estate was not liable for any Federal taxes.
The purpose of this monograph is to update the research and general information that has been generated about undecided students in the past decade and to offer some practical perspectives on how to administer, advise, and counsel such students.