|supporter of administration by presbyters||presbyterian|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, devoted follower, janizary, Turkish soldier||janissary|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, janissary||janizary|
|(Latin) first name that means "lively"; St. Vitus, Christian Sicilian martyr and helper and supporter of those who suffer from epilepsy and nervous disorders||Vitus|
|17C Irish outlaw, American supporter of Britain, British Conservative, Canadian Conservative, English royalist, member of 18th to early 19th century British political royalist group, of or pertaining to the 18th to early 19th century British political ...||Tory|
|a service mark for administration of aptitude and achievement tests, used by some U.S. colleges and universities in their admittance and placement of prospective students||College Board|
|acquaintance, advocate of a cause, ally, one who is affectionately attached to another; pal, buddy; fan, supporter; one who belongs to the same group; one who is not hostile; member of the Religious Society of Friends, Quaker, patron of institution or ...||friend|
|act of managing or supervising; person or group of people that manages a business or other enterprise; ability to manage or supervise, managerial skill, administration of business, handling of something successfully, managers as a group, skill in handl...||management|
|adding extra ingredient, administration or determination of dose, dose of drug, portion, prescribed amount (as in medicine)||dosage|
|adherent or supporter of Reconstructionist Judaism; one who supported re-acceptance of Confederate states into the Union after the Civil War (U.S. History)||Reconstructionist|
|administration; managers; supervision; operation; handling||mgmt. (management)|
|admirer, supporter; student; one who follows, imitator, member of entourage, somebody led by another||follower|
|advocate of a particular ideology; official exponent of a particular ideology, zealous supporter of ideology||ideologue|
|advocate of absolutism, supporter of totalitarianism, one who supports the political principle of absolute power in government||absolutist|
|advocate of anarchy (social movement that objects to laws and government), lawless person, supporter of anarchism||anarchist|
|advocate of dynamism, supporter of the theory that all phenomena can be explained as manifestations of some inherent force||dynamist|
|advocate of international cooperation, favoring international cooperation, somebody interested in other countries, supporter of internationalism, one who supports a policy of international cooperation||internationalist|
|advocate of militarism, student of military history, supporter of militarism||militarist|
|advocate of monopolism; one who has a monopoly, exclusive controller of a commodity or service in a particular market, controller of a monopoly, supporter of monopoly||monopolist|
|advocate of totalitarianism, one who supports an autocratic government, centralized and dictatorial, pertaining to an autocracy; despotic, tyrannical; suppressing dissent, intolerant of opposition, supporter of a totalitarian system||totalitarian|
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