protector

A bodyguard. - protector domesticus - a household bodyguard. Also a staff officer as used in: - protector domesticus - a Byzantine staff officer. - protector divini lateris - a Byzantine staff officer.

Protector

(from the article `Lake, Simon`) Lake`s `Protector` (1906), about 60 feet (18 metres) long, was rejected by the Congress for purchase for the U.S. Navy. Lake sold it to Russia, and ...
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Protector

• (n.) One who, or that which, defends or shields from injury, evil, oppression, etc.; a defender; a guardian; a patron. • (n.) One having the care of the kingdom during the king`s minority; a regent. • (n.) A cardinal, from one of the more considerable Roman Catholic nations, who looks after the interests of his people at Rome; also...
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Protector

[arcade game] Protector was a videogame developed by Tom Malinowski with artwork by Q-bert`s Jeff Lee for the arcade game company Gottlieb. It was also known by numerous other names during its development and test including Argus and Videoman. Prototypes of Protector appeared in arcades in the Chicago area, including the `#1 Fun` arcade in ...
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Protector

[Pacific Forum] ``Protector`` (Pacific Forum)-class small patrol boats are vessels built and used by the Hong Kong Police for marine patrols off Hong Kong. They are based on the Pacific class patrol boat built in Australia for several Pacific island nations. Commissioned in 1993, six boats were delivered and in service: ...
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Protector

[RWS] The M151 PROTECTOR Remote Weapon Station is a remotely controlled weapons station (RWS) that can be mounted to vehicles and stationary platforms. It is manufactured by Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace of Norway and Thales Group of France. ==Overview== The system consists of a stabilized firing platform, a fire control system and control ...
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Protector

[trust] For other uses see, Protector (disambiguation) In trust law, a protector is a person appointed under the trust instrument to direct or restrain the trustees in relation to their administration of the trust. Historically, the concept of a protector developed in offshore jurisdictions where settlors were (perhaps understandably) conce...
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Protector

Pro┬Ětect'or noun [ Latin : confer French protecteur .] 1. One who, or that which, defends or shields from injury, evil, oppression, etc.; a defender; a guardian; a patron. « For the world's protector shall be known.» Waller. 2. (Eng. Hist.) On...
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protector

1. One who, or that which, defends or shields from injury, evil, oppression, etc.; a defender; a guardian; a patron. 'For the world's protector shall be known.' (Waller) ... 2. One having the care of the kingdom during the king's minority; a regent. 'Is it concluded he shall be protector !' (Shak) ... 3. A cardinal, from one of the more considerabl...
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Protector

A - bodyguard. B - staff officer.
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Protector

HMS Protector was a British net laying warship of 2900 tons displacement launched in 1936 that saw action during the Second World War. HMS Protector was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type oil fuelled boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and carried a complement of 190. Armaments consisted of one 4-inch gun and one machine-gun.
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protector

Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-tek′tŏr Definitions: 1. A cover or shield.
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