Guardian

The person designated responsible for minor children or others in need of special care.

Guardian

a person who takes the place of your parents in the eyes of the law

guardian

Person appointed to protect the interests of a minor

Guardian

[fireboat] Guardian is a fireboat owned by San Francisco Fire Department and operated in the San Francisco Bay since 1990 in reserve status. Guardian was a gift to the people of San Francisco by anonymous donors following the notable role of the fireboat Phoenix in helping to save the Marina District buildings from further destruction by fi...
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guardian

[Noun] A person who supports, protects and watches over.
Example: The child's guardian went to the parents evening.
Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/glossary/

guardian

An adult who has been given legal responsibility for a minor in place of the biological parents.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20423

Guardian

a person appointed to care for children under 18.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20481

guardian

In Scotland, title given to official regent appointed when there is no monarch or the monarch is deemed incapable of governing. ...
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Guardian

Wheeled armoured patrol vehicle, Advanced Security Agency of Milan [IT], Towed turreted twin 40mm mounts, Breda Meccanica [IT], Ocean surveillance version of the Falcon 20, Series of 4-wheel armoured cars [US]
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Guardian

A person appointed to safeguard/protect/manage the interests of a child or person under mental disability (see Next Friend)
Found on http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/infoabout/glossary/legal.htm

Guardian

A person with legal control of, and responsibility for, a child.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20912

Guardian

Guard'i·an noun [ Old French guardain , gardien , French gardien , Late Latin guardianus . See Guard , transitive verb , and confer Wasden .] 1. One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is commit...
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Guardian

Guard'i·an adjective Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care. Feast of Guardian Angels (R. C. Ch.) a church festival instituted by Pope Paul V., and celebrated on October 2d. -- Guardian angel . (a) The particul...
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guardian

Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care. Feast of Guardian Angels a church festival instituted by Pope Paul V, and celebrated on October 2d. Guardian angel. The particular spiritual being believed in some branches of the Christian church to have guardianship and protection of each human being from birth. Hence,...
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Guardian

An individual or trust institution appointed by a court to care for a minor or an incompetent person and his or her property.
Found on http://www.duke.edu/~charvey/Classes/wpg/bfglosg.htm

Guardian

• (a.) Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care. • (v. t.) One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, security, or preservation from injury; a warden. • (v. t.) One who has, or is entitled to, the custody of the person or property of an infa...
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guardian

person legally entrusted with supervision of another who is ineligible to manage his own affairs—usually a child. Guardians fulfill the state`s role ... [2 related articles]
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/g/77

Guardian

HMS Guardian was a British net laying and Fleet photography warship of 2860 tons displacement launched in 1932 that saw action during the Second World War. HMS Guardian was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 181. Armaments consisted of two 4-inch guns and one multip...
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Guardian

[video game] Guardian is a 3D shoot `em up video game. It was originally released in 1994 for the Commodore Amiga CD32 game console, and later converted to the Amiga 1200 on floppy disk. Originally previewed in the press under the name SibWing and apparently an homage to the Super NES game Star Fox, the final game was an accomplished three-...
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GUARDIAN

A person who has qualified and/or been appointed as a guardian of the person and/or property of a minor or adult incapacitated person.
Found on http://www.glossarycentral.com/legal/guardian.html

Guardian

[database] The Guardian Threat Tracking System is a reporting system used by the FBI to track threats and other intelligence information. It was established to collect data on terrorist threats and suspicious incidents, at seaports and other locations, and to manage action on various threats and incidents. On August 21, 2007, the US Departm...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guardian_(database)

Guardian

A person designated by court appointment and given the responsibility of managing the personal affairs of a minor child or a person that is legally incompetent to manage his or her own affairs.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21196

Guardian

A person or institution named in a will or a temporary guardianship who is responsible for the care of minor children. (2) Person assigned by the court to take care of minor children or incompetent adults. Sometimes called a conservator.
Found on http://www.lectlaw.com/def/g029.htm

Guardian

(n) Guardian is the person who is legally responsible for caring and otherwise managing the affairs of a minor child or incompetent adult as per the order issued by a competent Court.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21213

Guardian

In law, a guardian is the custodier of persona incapable of directing themselves, and especially of infants, that is persons under 18 years of age (previously under 21). Guardianship lasts in the case of the young until they have attained the age of an adult, currently eighteen and formerly twenty-one. Prior to 1885 the mother of a child had few ri...
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