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  • Under his tutelage, I attended church services with him at nearby Loveday, took up soccer (in which he excelled), and generally followed his advice.†   (source)
  • But under Acey's tutelage, he began to find his niche.†   (source)
  • Under the tutelage of the huntress, Felicity is becoming an accomplished archer, fleet and unstoppable.†   (source)
  • In a single caffeine-fueled weekend session under Syed's tutelage, he cut and pasted his appeal for funds feverishly until he reached his goal of five hundred letters.†   (source)
  • As he made moves to get out from under her tutelage, Ferula began to dislike him.†   (source)
  • He sought out Adam, the one-eyed compounder, who, under Ghosh's tutelage, had become a natural and gifted diagnostician.†   (source)
  • The Reverend John Shaw reported the progress being made under his tutelage and offered a benediction for John Adams: "May Heaven reward him for the sacrifices he has made, and for the extensive good he has done to his country."†   (source)
  • The ink was a noxious blend of foul ingredients that Max prepared by hand under the watchful tutelage of Mr. Sikes.†   (source)
  • Anyhow, it wasn't long before the two of them came down to the store and set up the millinery table again, and Miss Love put a sign in the window saying Mrs. Loma Williams was under her tutelage and was ready to accommodate customers for new Easter hats at a special low price.†   (source)
  • Months of concentrated study followed his expulsion from Moscow, some say under the tutelage of the Cubans, Che Guevera in particular.†   (source)
  • He understood now, to his own amazement, that he had become a better man under the tutelage of Bruenor Battlehammer, and the mere thought of raising a weapon against the dwarf sickened him.†   (source)
  • They were not going to be candidates for a Rhodes scholarship after having served an apprenticeship under my vigilant tutelage; none of them would write significantly or make any conspicuous contribution to the arts, as far as I knew.†   (source)
  • Here endeth my profound tutelage of E'lir Kvothe!"†   (source)
  • I worked under the cardinal's tutelage for many years, the camerlegno had said.†   (source)
  • Mankind may begin anew under the tutelage of wiser, gentler stewards.†   (source)
  • Under her tutelage, Max mastered many feats, but at a terrible price.†   (source)
  • Hatsue told him, one fall afternoon, about her tutelage under Mrs. Shigemura and the directive she'd been given as a girl of thirteen to marry a boy of her own kind, a Japanese boy from a good family.†   (source)
  • My skills had improved under my father's tutelage, and I could now perform the tasks of a more experienced craftsman.†   (source)
  • Under his tutelage, I learned artificing as quickly as I learned everything, and it wasn't long before we worked our way up to more complex projects like heat-eaters and sympathy lamps.†   (source)
  • Ann bears the injustice stoically, and I'll relish the day she tells them all she's off to tread the boards as a member of Mr. Katz's company under the tutelage of Miss Lily Trimble herself.†   (source)
  • Eragon's rearing-limited as it was by Garrow's scant tutelage-had exposed him only to the knowledge needed to run a farm.†   (source)
  • He retreated deep within himself, warding off the 'attacks with techniques he had been practicing under Glaedr's tutelage.†   (source)
  • Saphira was especially pleased with the trip, and she delighted in showing Eragon how Glaedr's tutelage had enhanced her strength and endurance.†   (source)
  • In a disused room at the back of Haji Ali's home, Korphe's women gathered each afternoon, learning to use the four new Singer hand-crank sewing machines Mortenson purchased, under the tutelage of Fida, a master Skardu tailor who'd transported bales of fabric, boxes of thread, and the machines, tenderly, on their trip "upside.†   (source)
  • The Staff Probationer, whose room I had visited so many years ago, had become a skilled assistant under Shiva's tutelage, and now, with Hema's encouragement, she was a confident surgeon on her own, well suited to the painstaking task of training the young doctors who came to learn how to treat this one condition.†   (source)
  • Well, it will not be very long before you are of age and free from the restraints of tutelage.†   (source)
  • CHAPTER III—THE REIGN OF HATE Under the tutelage of the mad god, White Fang became a fiend.†   (source)
  • …that, like those natural phenomena from which our comfort or our health can derive but an accidental and all too modest benefit, until the day when science takes control of them, and, producing them at will, places in our hands the power to order their appearance, withdrawn from the tutelage and independent of the consent of chance; similarly the production of these dreams of the Atlantic and of Italy ceased to depend entirely upon the changes of the seasons and of the weather.†   (source)
  • That young lady, under the stress of her situation and the tutelage of her new friend, changed effectively.†   (source)
  • At first he had left tracks in the snow with his poles, planting them deep, but very soon he quite intentionally freed himself of their tutelage, because it reminded him of the man blowing his little horn and seemed inconsistent with his own innermost feelings for this vast winter wilderness.†   (source)
  • All in all Beatrice O'Hara absorbed the sort of education that will be quite impossible ever again; a tutelage measured by the number of things and people one could be contemptuous of and charming about; a culture rich in all arts and traditions, barren of all ideas, in the last of those days when the great gardener clipped the inferior roses to produce one perfect bud.†   (source)
  • The ordinary Briton thinks that if every other Briton is not kept under some form of tutelage, the more childish the better, he will abuse his freedom viciously.†   (source)
  • They combine the principle of centralization and that of popular sovereignty; this gives them a respite; they console themselves for being in tutelage by the reflection that they have chosen their own guardians.†   (source)
  • This distinction, however, would violate the maxim of good sense and sound policy, which dictates that every POWER ought to be in proportion to its OBJECT; and would still leave the general government in a kind of tutelage to the State governments, inconsistent with every idea of vigor or efficiency.†   (source)
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