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'adviser' or 'advisor'


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I like "advisor" better, because it implies that the advising is the function of the person rather than one of the things they do. "Adviser" implies it's a less permanent thing, but my sophomore year high school English teacher told me it was more correct.

Anyway--it's fairly academic to go into the implications, I know, but that's an aspersion that I feel like few people on here can honestly cast....

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