steward

lawyer who directed officers on court procedures (M 216 (r))
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Steward

• (n.) A person employed in a hotel, or a club, or on board a ship, to provide for the table, superintend the culinary affairs, etc. In naval vessels, the captain`s steward, wardroom steward, steerage steward, warrant officers steward, etc., are petty officers who provide for the messes under their charge. • (n.) A man employed in a large...
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steward

(from the article `Europe, history of`) ...judgments authority and stability. Around this central institution of the lord`s court grew much of the apparatus of a sovereign state. The ... ...the chapel, and the courtyard, with its horses and stables. The whole household, but in particular the hall, which was at once palace, law court, .....
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steward

(from the article `ship`) ...in docking and undocking, and performed at-sea maintenance on the hull and nonmachinery components, (2) the engine department, which operated ...
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steward

noun an attendant on an airplane
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steward

noun someone who manages property or other affairs for someone else
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Steward

[office] A steward is an official who is appointed by the legal ruling monarch to represent them in a country, and may have a mandate to govern it in their name; in the latter case, it roughly corresponds with the position of viceroy (for Romance languages), governor, or deputy (the Roman rector, praefectus or vicarius). It was also a term ...
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Steward

Stew'ard noun [ Middle English stiward , Anglo-Saxon stīweard , stigweard , literally, a sty ward; stigu sty + weard warden, guardian, -- his first duty having been probably to attend to the domestic animals. √164. See Sty pen for swine, Ward
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Steward

Stew'ard transitive verb To manage as a steward. [ Obsolete]
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Steward

A general term for any member of a ship's crew involved with Commissary duties or personal services to passengers and/or crew. The term comes from an old Anglo-Saxon term
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steward

A person appointed by the Harness Racing Authority to assist in the control of racing and other matters related to the sport. Stewards ensure all rules relating to racing and betting are observed and enforced. Stewards are required to regulate, control and inquire into and adjudicate on the conduct of officials, owners, trainers, drivers, persons a...
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Steward

A person in a dining car with a role similar to that of a Maitre d’Hotel.
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Steward

A show official who assists the judge in or out of the show pen
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Steward

A steward was in charge of running a lord or lady's castle and estates. He could be an important person, carrying out his lord/lady's orders, reporting on the affairs of the estate and giving advice.
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steward

head of all servants in a wealthy household. Barnaby Rudge Sr. was steward of the Warren, household of Reuben Haredale in Barnaby Rudge.
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steward

In England, former keeper of a court of justice. He was either an officer of the Crown or of a feudal lord. The Lord High Steward was a member of the House of Lords who presided over a court when a...
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steward

lawyer who directed officers on court procedures (M 216 (r))
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Steward

official in charge of running a lord's estate; managing work, keeping accounts, etc.
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Steward

official in charge of running a lord's estate; managing work, keeping accounts, etc.
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Steward

One of three high-ranking officials at each Grand Prix appointed to make decisions.
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Steward

Person who is responsible for the smooth running of a specific ring; for example, assembling the classes, distributing armbands, etc., thereby enabling the judge to concentrate on judging the dogs.
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Steward

The judges assistant at a cat show. They may be required to do paper work, clean down the judging area and handle cats.
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Steward

The person taking responsibility for the well-being of land and water resources and doing something to restore or protect that well-being.
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steward

[n] - the ship`s officer who is in charge of provisions and dining arrangements 2. [n] - an attendant on an airplane 3. [n] - someone who manages property or other affairs for someone else
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