custodianship


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cus·to·di·an

 (kŭ-stō′dē-ən)
n.
1. One that has charge of something; a caretaker: the custodian of a minor child's estate; the custodian of an absentee landlord's property.
2. A janitor: worked nights as custodian of a high school.

cus·to′di·an·ship′ n.

custodianship

(kʌsˈtəʊdɪənʃɪp)
n
1. the condition of being a custodian
2. (Law) (in Britain) a legal basis for the care of children under the Children's Act 1975, midway between fostering and adoption, devised for children settled in long-term foster care or living permanently with relatives or a step-parent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.custodianship - the position of custodian
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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King Abdullah reiterated Jordan's rejection of Israel's unilateral measures and recurrent violations of Jerusalem's holy sites, emphasizing the Kingdom will continue its historic role in protecting shrines of the holy city under the Hashemite custodianship.
The meeting dealt with focused on challenges facing the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem and efforts exerted by Jordan to protect these sites, as part of the Hashemite custodianship over Jerusalem's holy sites.
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1981: Picasso's anti-war mural Guernica returned to Spain after 40 years custodianship in the US.
ae1/4oeWithout the Hashemite custodianship and the steadfastness of the Jerusalemites, the holy sites would have been lost many years ago,ae1/4Ci Petra quoted him as saying.
The column is supposedly a "listed building" and thus should be protected from such dereliction of duty by the very organisations that are responsible for its protection and custodianship.
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