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Release Year: 2019 134 vote &ref(,0,182,268_AL_.jpg) Director: Rachel Leah Jones Rachel Leah Jones Israel. Adwokat po niemiecku. ??????? ????????? ???? ???????? - ?????? ?????????????. Adwokatka zwiastun.
The description is 7 in binary code. ??????????????? ???? ????????... ??? ?????????? ??????????????? ?????? ?????? ????... ??????????? ????????????... ???? ?????? ??? ?????? ???????????. ?????? ?? ???? ??????????? ???? ??????????? ????. Adwokatka ciastko. By the searching system of the page “Advocates” you can find the page of the advocate you are searching. The 3 main aspects are listed in the webpage for the searcher which are the activity of the advocate, the phone numbers and the main working place. By clicking? the mouse on the advocate you can open the page of the advocate where you can find more detailed information about the chosen? advocate. For finding the advocate you can also 1. Chose the relevant first latter of the surname of the advocate if you know the surname of the advocate. The system will present all the briefs of the advocates that have the same? first letter of the surname. For instance you want to find the advocate “Petrosyan”. In such cases you choose the letter “P” and the system will show you all the briefs of the pages of? advocates? with the surnames starting with “P”. In this case?? looking through the briefs of the? searching advocates?? you will find the advocate you want, and the page you can open by clicking on the photo. 2. Enter? the name or the surname of the advocate?? in the section “according to the name of advocate”? and to find? at once all the briefs of the pages of? the searching advocates. In this case in the section “according to the name of advocate”? you fill “Petrosyan” and click on “search”. The system will show all the briefs of the pages of the advocates whose surnames are “Petrosyan”. In this case? by looking? through the briefs of the pages of advocates? you will find? the brief of the advocate you search, and you can open the page by clicking on the photo. In the same way you can fill the name of the advocate if you know the name of the advocate: for instance “Armen” and click “Search”. The system will show all the? briefs of the advocates whose names are? “Armen”. In this case looking through the? briefs you will? find the brief of the advocate you want, and you can open? the page by clicking on the photo. If you know the name of the advocate at first you fill the name? after it you put? gap and fill the surname, for instance “Armen Poghosyan” and click? “Search”. 3. Enter the license number of the advocate? in the section “The license”, if you know the number of the license of the advocate. In this case the system will at once show you the? brief page of the advocate and you can open it by clicking in the photo. 4. Fill? one of the regions(or Erevan) in the section “According the regions”.? In case of choosing the regions? the? chosen region change its color. For removing the chosen region you should click on the region name on more time or choose another region, which returns the color of the? former? chosen region. After your choice? you should click? “Search”. The system will show all the? brief pages of the advocates of that? turget region. Looking through?? the briefs of?? presented advocates? you will find the advocate according to the? available information and you can open the page by clicking in the photo. 5. Fill? the specialization? according to the direction in the section “According to specialization”. For the choice of the specialization? at first you should choose? the direction.? In this case? the name of the direction changes its color and the system shows the list of the specializations? of the chosen direction. After it you? must?? also choose?? the specialization. The? name of the? chosen? specialization changes its color. For removing the chosen direction or the name you should click? the name and the direction? which returns the color of the? former color. Clicking “Search” the system will show all the brief pages of the advocates? according to the pointed specializations. In this case the system shows the briefs of the advocates taking into account the preference of the specializations which the advocate has pointed. For instance, if you? choose “Insurance” and “bankruptcy”? the system at first will show you? the brief pages? of the advocates, where “Insurance” and “bankruptcy” are pointed as specializations having preference, with the help of which the advocate realize? its activity. Looking through? the briefs of the presented advocates?? you will find the advocate you search according to the information available in the brief and you can open the page? by clicking on the photo. The opportunity of the section “According to specialization” can be extended? by? activating? the possibility of searching the section “According to the regions”. As a result of which? the system will show? the briefs of the advocates? taking into account the preference? of the specializations??? and? the place of activity. 6. Point one or some of the versions expressing the category of the license in the section “According to license”. In this case? the system will show the briefs of the advocates? expressing that category. For example if you choose the name “suspended” the system will show all the briefs of the pages of advocates whose license is suspended. 7. Point? one or some of the relevant points of the Chamber of Advocates in the section “According to unit”. In this case the system will show the briefs of the advocates included in that unit. For instance,? if you choose? the name? “The Board of the Chamber” the system will show? all the briefs of the pages of the advocates, who are the members of the Board of the Chamber. the Search by activating? the possibility of searching? a few sections at the same time For instance, if You have chosen the name “The Board of the Chamber” You have chosen Lori? Marz? from the Marzes presented in the “According to the regions” You have chosen? the specialization “ Crimes against person” from? the direction? “Criminal” in the section? “According to specialization”. You have chosen the category? “Acting” in the section? “According to license” The system? will show? the brief of the page of the advocate, whose license is acting, who is a member of the Board of the Chamber, who has its activity mainly in Lori Marz and who is specialized in the? advocacy? of crimes against? a person.
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Adwokatka znaczenie. Step One: Reform negative thoughts into positive Step Two: Visualize your biggest goals coming true Ok, i'll do it. Plz throw some light on judiciary exams. Thank you John Stossel for being patient with this silly young man. ?????? ?????? ????? ???????? ????. ???. She listened to to that demon and cut her beautiful hair ?. Adwokat candy. Adwokat w sadzie. Advokatka piestani. One of the most underrated movies of the 90s. This movie creeped me out when I was a kid! And now I see a lot of influences from rosemarys baby in this movie. So good! Amongst Keanu and Pacinos best movies. Truly a devil's advocate. Thesaurus: synonyms and related words advocate noun [C] ( LAWYER) ( SUPPORTER) (Definition of advocate from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press) Examples of advocate advocate Both authors advocate an eclectic mix of quantitative survey and qualitative interviews for the study of current rural labour transformations. It advocates a new, more (patient) protective model which should generate confidence in the ethical character of contemporary innovatory practices. These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web. Any opinions in the examples do not represent the opinion of the Cambridge Dictionary editors or of Cambridge University Press or its licensors. More examples Fewer examples Thus, divided government can serve the interests of moderate voters, particularly in periods when political parties advocate extreme policies. Heuvel stresses he was a misfit, opposing the dominant trend and then, when what he advocated acquired power, turning against it as it became corrupt. Some advocates of reform stressed the desirability of adding new subjects to the curriculum, including modern sciences. Authentication is thus useful for getting out of the bind of essentialism in which advocates of the desire paradigm are trapped. Some advocated performing with a mask, others performing with an expressionless or mask-like face. The model that advocates for separated bilingual lexicons would account for such cross-language differences. Several commentators advocate moderation on the grounds that a scientific approach must secure itself against premature generalizations. It should be noted that this variable can be somewhat influenced by the activity of advocates. Popular music policy advocates can look to existing models of public administration as well as critical development theories to enhance the opportunities for interventionary initiatives. In short, a prioritarian will always find an egalitarian who advocates the same social ranking. But as both their advocates and enemies noted, these unions appeared exceedingly weak by the mid-1950s. She has advocated an expansion of courses in demography at the university level and also the introduction of elementary demography at the high school level. The advocates of lighthouse reform were thus not merely attacking corruption, they were attacking the very existence of private property in a public service. Collocations with advocate These are words often used in combination with advocate. Click on a collocation to see more examples of it. ardent advocate He said that he had a teetotaller friend a very ardent advocate of the temperance cause? who was elected to a local authority. effective advocate Sims has served as an effective advocate and critic of the extensively used vector autoregressive statistical methods. Translations of advocate {{setText}} in Chinese (Traditional) in Turkish in French in Czech in Danish in Indonesian in Thai in Vietnamese in Polish in Malay in German in Norwegian in Portuguese in Chinese (Simplified) in Russian in Italian in Spanish {{{translatePanelDefaultEntry. entryLeft}}} See more recommander, préconiser, partisan/-ane… obhájce, právní zástupce, hájit… fortaler, forkæmper, advokat… penganjur, penyokong, advokat… ?????????????????, ????????, ?????… ng??i ?ng h?, lu?t s? bào ch?a, tán thành… penasihat, peguam bela, nasihat… der Fürsprecher / die Fürsprecherin, Jurist, der Anwalt / die Anwältin… kjempe for, forkjemper, talsperson… recomendar, abogar por, abogado defensor… sostenitore, sostenitrice, avvocato… recomendar, abogado defensor, abogada defensora… Need a translator? Get a quick, free translation!
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Adwokatka słownik. Adwokat diabła. Adwokatura. Nothing beats the poignancy of nature. Zinda abaad. Ad?vo?cate ? (ăd′v?-kāt′) v. ad?vo?cat?ed, ad?vo?cat?ing, ad?vo?cates v. tr. To speak, plead, or argue in favor of: advocate a vegan diet. See Synonyms at support. v. intr. Usage Problem To act as an advocate: advocated for her patients; advocated for more stringent crime laws. n. (-k?t) 1. One that argues for a cause; a supporter or defender: an advocate of civil rights. 2. One that pleads in another's behalf; an intercessor: advocates for abused children and spouses. 3. A lawyer. [From Middle English advocat, lawyer, from Old French advocat, from Latin advocātus, past participle of advocāre, to summon for counsel: ad-, ad- + vocāre, to call; see wek w - in Indo-European roots. ] ad′vo?ca′tion n. ad′vo?ca′tive, ad?voc′a?to′ry (ăd-v?k′?-tôr′ē, ăd′v?-k?-) adj. ad′vo?ca′tor n. Usage Note: The standard form of the verb advocate is transitive, meaning "endorse" or "argue for, " as in The teacher advocated a new educational technique, which was accepted by 85 percent of the Usage Panel in our 2014 survey. Many readers balk when the verb is used to express the same meaning in an intransitive form with the preposition for: less than half (45 percent) of the Panel approved of The teacher advocated for a new educational technique. The intransitive is more acceptable, however, when the object of for is the beneficiary of the advocacy rather than the idea or action being advocated: two-thirds of the Panel approved The teacher advocated for her at-risk students. A careful writer will use transitive advocate in sentences indicating the idea or action, restricting the intransitive to sentences indicating the beneficiaries. advocate vb ( tr; may take a clause as object) to support or recommend publicly; plead for or speak in favour of n 1. a person who upholds or defends a cause; supporter 2. a person who intercedes on behalf of another 4. (Law) Scots law the usual word for barrister [C14: via Old French from Latin advocātus legal witness, advocate, from advocāre to call as witness, from vocāre to call] ?advo?catory adj ad?vo?cate ( v. ?æd v??ke?t; n. -k?t, -?ke?t) v. -cat?ed, -cat?ing, n. t. 1. to support or urge by argument; recommend publicly: to advocate higher salaries for teachers. a person who speaks or writes in support of a cause, person, etc. (usu. fol. by of): an advocate of military intervention. a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor. 4. a person who pleads the cause of another in a court of law. [1300?50; Middle English avocat < Middle French < Latin advocātus legal counselor, orig. past participle of advocāre to call to one's aid] ad`vo?ca′tion, n. ad′vo?ca`tive, adj. ad′vo?ca`tor, n. advocate Past participle: advocated Gerund: advocating Imperative advocate advocate Present I advocate you advocate he/she/it advocates we advocate you advocate they advocate Preterite I advocated you advocated he/she/it advocated we advocated you advocated they advocated Present Continuous I am advocating you are advocating he/she/it is advocating we are advocating you are advocating they are advocating Present Perfect I have advocated you have advocated he/she/it has advocated we have advocated you have advocated they have advocated Past Continuous I was advocating you were advocating he/she/it was advocating we were advocating you were advocating they were advocating Past Perfect I had advocated you had advocated he/she/it had advocated we had advocated you had advocated they had advocated Future I will advocate you will advocate he/she/it will advocate we will advocate you will advocate they will advocate Future Perfect I will have advocated you will have advocated he/she/it will have advocated we will have advocated you will have advocated they will have advocated Future Continuous I will be advocating you will be advocating he/she/it will be advocating we will be advocating you will be advocating they will be advocating Present Perfect Continuous I have been advocating you have been advocating he/she/it has been advocating we have been advocating you have been advocating they have been advocating Future Perfect Continuous I will have been advocating you will have been advocating he/she/it will have been advocating we will have been advocating you will have been advocating they will have been advocating Past Perfect Continuous I had been advocating you had been advocating he/she/it had been advocating we had been advocating you had been advocating they had been advocating Conditional I would advocate you would advocate he/she/it would advocate we would advocate you would advocate they would advocate Past Conditional I would have advocated you would have advocated he/she/it would have advocated we would have advocated you would have advocated they would have advocated Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Noun 1. advocate - a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea advocator, exponent, proponent individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do" apologist, justifier, vindicator - a person who argues to defend or justify some policy or institution; "an apologist for capital punishment" constitutionalist - an advocate of constitutional government Darwinian - an advocate of Darwinism populist, democrat - an advocate of democratic principles federalist - an advocate of federalism Gnostic - an advocate of Gnosticism humanist, humanitarian - an advocate of the principles of humanism; someone concerned with the interests and welfare of humans ideologist, ideologue - an advocate of some ideology internationalist - an advocate of internationalism irredentist, irridentist - an advocate of irredentism isolationist - an advocate of isolationism in international affairs Jansenist - an advocate of Jansenism libertarian - an advocate of libertarianism Maoist - an advocate of Maoism Marxist - an advocate of Marxism nationalist - an advocate of national independence of or a strong national government neoclassicist - an advocate of neoclassicism neutralist - an advocate of neutrality in international affairs nullifier - an advocate of nullification; someone who believes that a state can resist federal laws drumbeater, partisan, zealot - a fervent and even militant proponent of something partitionist - an advocate of partitioning a country Platonist - an advocate of Platonism pro-lifer - an advocate of full legal protection for embryos and fetuses; someone opposed to legalized induced abortion presenter, sponsor - an advocate who presents a person (as for an award or a degree or an introduction etc. ) protectionist - an advocate of protectionism republican - an advocate of a republic (usually in opposition to a monarchy) ritualist - an advocate of strict observance of ritualistic forms ruralist - an advocate of rural living secessionist - an advocate of secessionism secularist - an advocate of secularism; someone who believes that religion should be excluded from government and education separationist, separatist - an advocate of secession or separation from a larger group (such as an established church or a national union) spokesperson, representative, interpreter, voice - an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose; "the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government" suffragist - an advocate of the extension of voting rights (especially to women) admirer, booster, protagonist, supporter, champion, friend - a person who backs a politician or a team etc. ; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library" supremacist - a person who advocates the supremacy of some particular group or race over all others teleologist - advocate of teleology Thatcherite - an advocate of Thatcherism unilateralist - an advocate of unilateralism 2. advocate - a lawyer who pleads cases in court ? counsel, counselor-at-law, pleader, counsellor, counselor law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order" attorney, lawyer - a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice Verb 1. advocate - push for something; "The travel agent recommended strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day" recommend, urge propose, suggest, advise - make a proposal, declare a plan for something; "the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax" 2. advocate - speak, plead, or argue in favor of; "The doctor advocated a smoking ban in the entire house" preach urge, urge on, exhort, press - force or impel in an indicated direction; "I urged him to finish his studies" preachify, sermonise, sermonize, moralise, moralize - speak as if delivering a sermon; express moral judgements; "This man always sermonizes" advocate verb 1. recommend, support, champion, encourage, propose, favour, defend, promote, urge, advise, justify, endorse, campaign for, prescribe, speak for, uphold, press for, argue for, commend, plead for, espouse, countenance, hold a brief for (informal) He advocates fewer government controls on business. recommend oppose, resist, contradict, take issue with, speak against, take a stand against noun 1. supporter, spokesman, champion, defender, speaker, pleader, campaigner, promoter, counsellor, backer, proponent, apostle, apologist, upholder, proposer He was a strong advocate of free market policies. advocate verb To aid the cause of by approving or favoring: back, champion, endorse, get behind, plump for, recommend, side with, stand behind, stand by, support, uphold. 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Top definitions related content examples explore dictionary british [ verb ad -v uh -keyt; noun ad -v uh -kit, -keyt] / verb ?æd?v??ke?t; noun ?æd?v??k?t, -?ke?t / verb (used with object), ad?vo?cat?ed, ad?vo?cat?ing. to speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument; recommend publicly: He advocated higher salaries for teachers. verb (used without object), ad?vo?cat?ed, ad?vo?cat?ing. to act as an advocate: a father who advocates for his disabled child. noun a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person, cause, etc. (usually followed by of): an advocate of peace. a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor. a person who pleads the cause of another in a court of law. Words related to advocate promoter, proponent, backer, lawyer, defender, supporter, campaigner, urge, uphold, support, back, favor, encourage, tout, recommend, propose, push, further, promote, defend Words nearby advocate advisory teacher, advocaat, advocacy, advocacy journalism, advocacy tank, advocate, advocate depute, advocation, advocatory, advocatus diaboli, advowson Origin of advocate 1300?50; < Latin advocātus legal counselor (orig. past participle of advocāre to call to one's aid), equivalent to ad- ad- + voc- call (akin to vōx voice) + -ātus -ate 1; replacing Middle English avocat < Middle French OTHER WORDS FROM advocate ad?vo?ca?tive, adjective ad?vo?ca?tor, noun non?ad?vo?cate, noun pre?ad?vo?cate, noun pre?ad?vo?cate, verb (used with object), pre?ad?vo?cat?ed, pre?ad?vo?cat?ing. re?ad?vo?cate, verb (used with object), re?ad?vo?cat?ed, re?ad?vo?cat?ing. sub?ad?vo?cate, noun un?ad?vo?cat?ed, adjective well-ad?vo?cat?ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020 Examples from the Web for advocate I am fighting that quota because I am an advocate of competition. Another step is to require a lawyer or advocate present during questioning of people with ID. How, then, are LGBT people to advocate for their rights (civil, human, or otherwise) if they cannot even identify themselves? They possessed “wisdom beyond their years, ” observed The Advocate. After all, spending is a valuable expression of the right to advocate for your point of view. "Anyway, I'll bet she blows back w'ere she come from, to-night, " persisted the advocate of this theory. In that case, it will be proven that advocate Desmarais is a hypocrite and a traitor! His son, who was called Josiah Junior, became a celebrated lawyer, and was prominent as an advocate of liberty. Its advocate concedes that Ridicule, to be a test of Truth, must not impose on us circumstances which are foreign to the object. And through the rushing he hears more and more clearly the voice of the advocate, speaking sweetly as a violin. British Dictionary definitions for advocate advocate verb ( ?ædv??ke?t) (tr; may take a clause as object) to support or recommend publicly; plead for or speak in favour of noun ( ?ædv?k?t, -?ke?t) a person who upholds or defends a cause; supporter a person who intercedes on behalf of another Scots law the usual word for barrister Derived forms of advocate advocatory, adjective Word Origin for advocate C14: via Old French from Latin advocātus legal witness, advocate, from advocāre to call as witness, from vocāre to call Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012.
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