الأمين, ولي, حافظ, قيم
Noun(1) one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
(1) He would never do that; he was not a custodian or a janitor.(2) My son-in-law tells me that Hillis was the custodian at Georgia Brown School when he got his first teaching job in Paso.(3) When the society put the gardens and the Yorkshire Museum into trust in the early 1960s the custodian responsibility for them was put in the hands of the local authority.(4) To do so, the taxpayer must instruct the IRA custodian to recharacterize the contribution.(5) The system enhances the patient-provider relationship by designating a patient's principal care provider as the custodian and administrator of the patient's record in the system.(6) I was the first of eighteen cousins to earn more than one master's degree, and yet the only job I could find in my town was as an elementary school custodian .(7) ├ö├ç├┐In retirement, you still have responsibility as the custodian of patient records,├ö├ç├û says McGee.(8) He was a carpenter, millwright, agent, and building custodian .(9) He may own the majority shareholding but he is only the present custodian .(10) the custodian of the Great Seal in Canada is always the Secretary of State(11) The whole heritage of the family that was under his custodianship has gone.(12) The massive explosions in the centres of power in America are a painful slap in the face of US politicians to stop their illegitimate hegemony and attempts to impose custodianship on peoples.(13) Currently, though, and from a historical standpoint, the custodians and protectors of the document inspire little confidence.(14) Meanwhile, for anyone who cares about the future of NMAH and of its custodianship of the nation's past, there are bigger issues to consider.(15) It is estimated about 20 percent of the district's 1,300 custodians , cafeteria workers, secretaries and library workers took part in the sickout.(16) This meant that not only all lands held of the king by a deceased tenant-in-chief, as well as the person of the heir, returned to royal custodianship , but also all other of the deceased's lands held of any lord whatsoever.
(1) custodian :: وصي
1. caretaker ::
2. keeper ::
Different Formscustodian, custodians, custodianship
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