[ UK /ɡˈɑːdiən/ ]
[ US /ˈɡɑɹdiən/ ]
[ US /ˈɡɑɹdiən/ ]
- a person who cares for persons or property
How To Use guardian In A Sentence
- · “Adult family member” is defined as “a person over 21 years of age who is the parent, grandparent, step-parent living in the household, or legal guardian” of the pregnant teen. Archive 2009-07-01
- Guardian International correspondent Jonathan Steele called Bush's and Blair's denial of the horrors attending the Iraq civil war "Panglossian" - referring to the ever optimistic Dr. Pangloss of Voltaire's novel Candide who, at every disaster, proclaims that ours is the best of all possible worlds. Surge to Purge: The 80% Solution in Iraq
- Yeah, it's August, but someone's really phoning it in at the Guardian.
- Then the court will decide who must take care of minor children unless the parents have appointed a guardian.
- To order visit guardianbooks. co.uk or in the UK call 0845 606 4232. UEA's delayed response to climate emails caused by shock, says professor
- Simon Jenkins, a columnist with the UK's Guardian recently called Zuma a rapist and a racketeer in perhaps one of the most acerbic pieces yet the Guardian has published on Zuma.
- Crucially, at the heart of this construct is the Commission, comprised of appointed technocrats ruling as benign Platonic guardians, protecting the interests of all the peoples of Europe. Democracy or stability?
- As the two little craft pulled through the Gap, Guardian received a salute of raised paddles from the canoe, the tender lifting its oars on the gunwales for one stroke before resuming its rhythm.
- Jen recalls Barbra's 'polite kiss' (From Sutton Guardian) Your Local Guardian | Sutton
- Therefore is it that Pallas, the goddess of wisdom, tutoress and guardianess of such as are diligently studious and painfully industrious, is, and hath been still accounted a virgin. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel