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Guardian

adverb

1) Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care.

v. t.

1) One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, security, or preservation from injury; a warden.

2) One who has, or is entitled to, the custody of the person or property of an infant, a minor without living parents, or a person incapable of managing his own affairs.

Example Sentences for

Guardian

1) When I look back, it seems to me as if this almost miraculous change of inclination and will was the immediate suggestion of the Guardian angel of my life—the last effort made by the spirit of preservation to avert the storm that was even then hanging in the stars and ready to envelop me.
2) Richard David James -LRB- born 18 August 1971 -RRB- , best known under the pseudonym Aphex Twin , is an electronic musician described by The Guardian newspaper as `` the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music . '
3) Dawn discovered them still recounting their various adventures and speculating upon the identity of the strange Guardian and protector they had found on this savage shore.
4) I must have been ten years old when I started seeing my Guardian angel on a daily basis and was naïve enough to think that everyone else did as well.
5) The terms of the request are significant: the Guardian was not asked to take care of her, or to look after her, but to take charge of her education.
6) The Guardian -- How smouldering tension erupted to set Brixton aflame , 13 April 1981 It was called `` Bloody Saturday ' by TIME magazine
7) Godwin, in Caleb Williams, postulates the case of the person who is tyrannized by a Guardian and who has no friends to help in the escape from tyranny.
8) I must have been ten years old when I started seeing my Guardian angel on a daily basis and was naïve enough to think that everyone else did as well.
9) Ernest Augustus II , who succeeded in 1748 , died in 1758 , and his young widow , Anna Amalia , was appointed regent of the country and Guardian of her infant son , Charles Augustus
10) William de Braose , Fourth Lord of Bramber becomes the Guardian of Arthur I , Duke of Brittany , and is possibly responsible for his death
11) Faith would keep her Guardian Angel awake and watching.
12) The terms of the request are significant: the Guardian was not asked to take care of her, or to look after her, but to take charge of her education.
13) Blue Carpet , Newcastle-Upon-Tyne `` Carpet ' provokes different shades of opinion , Maev Kennedy article on the opening of the Blue Carpet , the Guardian , 26 January , 2002
14) They were like two angels who had fallen into his life, and Ashley was the Guardian angel who had brought them to him.
15) “Go to Baghdad,” fluted my Guardian angel in a singsong voice.
16) Their conclusion, whether we think of Godwin, Holcroft, or Bage, is that the Guardian role does not bring with it the right to limit another's freedom.
17) Faith would keep her Guardian Angel awake and watching.
18) Upon my brother’s early death, I became the primary Guardian for Baybars.
19) Dawn discovered them still recounting their various adventures and speculating upon the identity of the strange Guardian and protector they had found on this savage shore.
20) Ebisu -LRB- , , , -RRB- , also transliterated Yebisu or called Hiruko -LRB- -RRB- or Kotoshiro-nushi-no-kami -LRB- -RRB- , is the Japanese god of fishermen , good luck , and workingmen , as well as the Guardian of the health of small children
21) Their first two albums were not very successful , but with Vain Glory Opera in 1998 they achieved a breakthrough , thanks in part to production -LRB- and additional lead guitar work -RRB- by Timo Tolkki of Stratovarius , as well as guest vocals by Hansi Kürsch of Blind Guardian
22) I can not go on , The Guardian , November 7 , 2009
23) `` Archaeologists dig into Greenham peace camp ' in The Guardian It is of most importance for learning about prehistoric societies , when there are no written records for historians to study , and which makes up over 99 % of total human history , from the Palaeolithic until the advent of literacy
24) “I have faith in God, faith in my Guardian Angel, who brought me here, and who remains here with me.
25) When I look back, it seems to me as if this almost miraculous change of inclination and will was the immediate suggestion of the Guardian angel of my life—the last effort made by the spirit of preservation to avert the storm that was even then hanging in the stars and ready to envelop me.
26) She is if her legal Guardian agrees
27) The popular eighteenth-century values of truth, benev­ olence, and reason have been instilled by her Guardian Mr Villars; we are to see how these values help her to meet new and perhaps difficult situations.
28) She was their Guardian angel.
29) Upon my brother’s early death, I became the primary Guardian for Baybars.
30) Big Bubba RogersWar MachineThe Boss -LRB- The -RRB- Guardian AngelRay Traylor -LRB- The -RRB- Boss Man