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  • noun Plural form of custodian.

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Examples

  • (Credit: Deloitte Forensic) "If you look at the way electronic discovery is undertaken at the moment, the problem is the right information can be spread over what they call custodians or people.

    ZDNet Australia

  • I’ve never seen Thaler or anyone else insist that employers may only use certain custodians, brokers or fund managers for their employees’ 401 (k) s nor have I seen them suggest that the choice of investments should be artificially restricted or that your contributions should, by default, get invested in a certain government-mandated manner.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Richard Thaler Responds to Critics of Libertarian Paternalism

  • Gless: And where I think we eventually are becoming what my husband used to call custodians of our own character.

    HOLLYWOOD INSIDER: Chemistry Lessons With Burn Notice’s Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless!

  • "It is the bitterest irony that even America and the European governments, the so-called custodians of unfettered capitalism, are actively intervening in their own economies to protect their domestic businesses and jobs," Holomisa said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mr. Lindsey subsequently called the custodians of the campaign contribution records in Little Rock and requested copies of the four checks asked about by Mr. Gerth.

    Attachment To Cutler Testimony Before Us House

  • It was known that the custodians were anxious that the library be lodged somewhere in the British Empire.

    Present Conditions In China

  • "Neither in the confusion of paganism", says St. Augustine, "nor in the defilement of heresy, nor in the lethargy of schism, nor yet in blindness of Judaism is religion to be sought; but among those alone who are called Catholic Christians, or the orthodox, that is, the custodians of sound doctrine and followers of right teaching" (De Vera Relig., cap. v).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • "They were not allowed to go to the bathrooms on their own, and their custodians were the ones who removed their underwear every time they had to urinate," added Rivera.

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  • Amanda Bush, freshman in finance, said the service group was looking for a way to give back to the local community and decided that helping the custodians was a good idea.

    Iowa State Daily

  • Amanda Bush, freshman in finance, said the service group was looking for a way to give back to the local community and decided that helping the custodians was a good idea.

    Iowa State Daily

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