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Advice

A proposal for an appropriate course of action; counsel; guidance; opinion; recommendation.
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* Maintains the cultural calendar and advises the team of key dates and significant activities.
"I advise people to start their Eid with a cup of tea and a healthy light breakfast to gradually prepare their body for their new eating habit after Ramadan," said Sitelbanat Makki, senior clinical dietitian at Latifa Hospital.
An indicator that might provide insight into availability is the ratio of advisor to advisees. If that ratio is excessive, with excessive defined as a higher ratio than the median of the university, the time available for each student to interact with his or her advisor may be impacted.
Mouth ulcers Your pharmacy team can advise on the most suitable treatment for you.
* Can the lawyer advise the client to remove information from social media posts that is not directly related to the incident that may become the subject of litigation?
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." It combines the core air advisor skills with language, region, and culture instruction, as well as fieldcraft skills to Airmen of all ranks.
Table 3 shows that up to the age of 69 years, and in the absence of problems, most practitioners continue to advise a two-year retest interval.
The company also announced the foundation of a BT Advise Academy to provide the rigorous approach to professional accreditation required by its customers.
"Before Rachel's Box and ADVISE, many domestic abuse victims would only have the phonebook for a resource," Oliver said.
Among the most important is that it gives honors advisors instant credibility in the eyes of their advisees. Whether in the initial freshman inquiry about whether honors is worthwhile or in a response to a junior with apprehensions about undertaking an honors thesis in the senior year, the Honors Academic Counselor can respond on the basis of personal experience and success.
Although residents and families often will ask those who are counseling them "what they think" or "what would they do," end-of-life counselors, even though they are bound by the ethical principles of veracity, should advise others without imputing their own values.
This increased regulatory environment provides CPAs with an opportunity to advise small and midsize businesses about shoring up the fiduciary process, from advising on prudent investment practices to tax code compliance.