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  • In its second season she held the position of writer and consulting producer.
  • Consult your eye care professional in any case as they will have the best treatment.
  • The society might have a doctor whom the member could consult for free.
  • The two became firm friends and often consulted each other before taking jobs.
  • He has published a number of books and consults widely in military affairs.
  • Those consulted did not, however, have a voice in the final decision making.
  • She also claims that she can consult dogs to find out about the future.
  • The king was to consult this parliament before he took greater steps especially of economic character.
  • She left to consult on web design and information technology for small business.
  • You can change it only after the people have been consulted.
  • It is consulted at an early stage in financial, economic and social policy-making.
  • Management consulting grew with the rise of management as a unique field of study.
  • He began consulting with others about the possibility of making the subject into a movie.
  • It will also create a loose association whose members can consult with each other as necessary.
  • Especially, he consults his power by making instead of taking his theme. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 11, September, 1857, by Various
  • The group often consults him on important matters because of his extensive knowledge of just about everything.
  • It was and is the first research and consulting institute of its kind in the country.
  • Its activities include research and development, consulting, training and information management.
  • Computer scientists can also be found in the field of information technology consulting.
  • She does so and asks if he still wants to consult an older person.
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Meaning of consult

  • verb Get or ask advice from
    Consult your local broker, They had to consult before arriving at a decision
  • verb Seek information from
    You should consult the dictionary, refer to your notes
  • verb Advise professionally
    The professor consults for industry